Patients - Chicago

Pacific College Acupuncture Clinic

65 East Wacker Place
21st Floor
Chicago, IL 60601

PLEASE NOTE: As of 2024, we are no longer offering massage services at the clinic.

To make an appointment with the clinic, call or email:

Hours of Operation

  • Monday 9:00am – 8:00pm
  • Tuesday 1:00pm – 8:00pm
  • Wednesday 9:00am – 8:00pm
  • Thursday 9:00am – 8:00pm
  • Friday 9:00am – 4:00pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed

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Treatment Costs

Current as of Jan 2024

Acupuncture/Herbal Consultations with Interns

  • Initial Visit: $46
  • Return Visit: $39
  • Discount* $29 AM / $33 PM
  • PCHS Student $15
  • Late Cancellation / No-Show $15

Acupuncture/Herbal Consultations with a Licensed Acupuncturist

  • Initial Visit: $59
  • Return Visit: $49
  • Discount* $37 AM / $42 PM
  • PCHS Student $20
  • Late Cancellation / No-Show $15
*Our discounted rates apply to seniors over 60, veterans, and college students with an ID.


Questions about Chinese herbs? See Herb FAQs.

Patient Policies & Procedures

Payment Methods: While we accept many forms of payment including Visa and Apple Pay, we prefer cashless transactions at our clinic. Please note, we do not accept checks and cannot accept insurance at this time.

Late Arrival/Cancellations: The PCHS Clinic has a 24-hour cancellation policy. While we do our best to accommodate our patients’ schedules, we cannot guarantee you will be able to receive a treatment if arriving more than 15 minutes into your appointment time. 

As of January 1, 2024, patients will receive two late cancellations annually without a penalty fee. For any further late cancellations, patients will be charged the full price of their scheduled treatment. 
Patients who accumulate multiple late cancellations or no-shows may be asked to schedule only same-day appointments. We thank you for your understanding.

Discounts: We offer discounts for seniors (over 60 years of age), students with a valid/current ID, military personnel, and veterans, for acupuncture treatments or herbal consults done by interns or licensed supervisors.

Eating and Drinking: We ask that our patients refrain from eating and drinking in our waiting area.

Children: Children ages 18 and under must be accompanied by an adult at all times. We do not treat children younger than 13 years of age. 

Pets: No pets are allowed at the Clinic except for service dogs.

Herbal Pharmacy: We are pleased to offer herbal formulas from our in-house dispensary in raw, granular and pill form. The Pacific College Clinic has one of the few fully stocked herbal pharmacies in the downtown Chicago area. The clinic does not accept returns on raw, granular, or bottled herbal formulas, including sealed packages of herbs and the patient agrees to the full cost of the formula. This policy is in keeping with industry standards and legal guidelines.

Off-Site Clinics

Our off-campus clinical sites provide students with excellent learning experiences, and if an off-site provides services appropriate to the individual, patients may choose to use their services. Off-site clinics have the power to change the way a patient thinks, as well as how a student practices, broadening and enhancing views on the application of the medicine. They also offer students an opportunity to integrate with other medical practitioners, and influence the perception those medical practitioners have of our profession.

For more information about these off-site clinics, please call our main campus clinic: (773) 477-1900

Rush Hospital Pain Clinic – Chicago, IL


On this shift, interns treat patients in the Pain Clinic and Post-Operative Care Unit at Rush, placing students on the vanguard of acupuncture practice in hospital settings in Chicago. This experience addresses a diverse population whose pain conditions are due to all causes that bring a patient to the hospital. Students learn how to integrate their training in Chinese medicine and biomedicine and communicate treatment strategies with other medical professionals.

Tapestry 360 Health – Chicago, IL


Tapestry 360 Health is a federally qualified health center with 16 locations serving Chicago’s north side and nearby suburbs. Tap360 serves a diverse population, providing holistic care to patients with little to no insurance. The pain clinic specializes in addressing a series of comorbidities related to the treatment of chronic pain. Tap360 has an established holistic program for patients, incorporating movement therapies, wellness lectures, and acupuncture. Interns can expect to see several patients an hour in a community setting, working with a team to address complex cases.

CWHC – Chicago, IL


Chicago Women’s Health Center facilitates the empowerment of women, trans people, and young people by providing access to healthcare and health education in a respectful environment where people can pay what they can afford. Working with this clinic, students perform acupuncture for patients of various income levels in a community-style setting. They utilize this training to create a more supportive space.

Veteran’s Administration Hospital/Pain Management Center – Chicago, IL


This clinic is directly connected to the Department of Veteran’s Affairs. As a partnership between PCHS and the VA Hospital of Chicago, it provides non-pharmaceutical care to vets and their families, addressing pain and complex cases. PCHS students perform fast-paced work in conjunction with an integrative medical team and learn electronic charting protocols established by the federal government.  Interns with closely with each other and their supervisor to combine modern biomedical techniques with long-standing Chinese medical treatment strategies.

Past Off-Site Clinics

Closed due to COVID-19 considerations; may re-open in the future.

Project Vida

Project Vida’s mission is to improve quality of life and reduce health disparities in underserved communities by promoting self-empowerment and providing holistic health education and direct services. Project VIDA was founded in 1992 to address the urgent needs of racial and ethnic minorities. Project VIDA expanded its community scope by initiating a variety of programs: direct services for people infected or affected by HIV/AIDS and various prevention and health education programs. Acupuncture students provided care to patients as one of the outreach programs in the organization. 

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