Patients - San Diego
COVID SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
We understand that you feel uneasy about visiting healthcare facilities during this pandemic. Yet taking care of your health has never been so important! At the Pacific College clinic we are taking every precaution to keep you safe.
- We practice social distancing in our lobbies and waiting rooms.
- We clean all equipment and treatment tables after each use.
- Masks are mandatory upon arrival to our campus.
Pacific College Massage and Acupuncture Clinic
7445 Mission Valley Road
San Diego, CA 92108
To make an appointment with the clinic, call or email:
Phone: (619) 574-6932
Email: [email protected]
Hours of Operation
Monday: 8:30am – 5:00pm
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 8:30am – 9:00pm
Friday: 8:30am – 5:00pm
Saturday: 8:30am – 5:00pm
Are You a New Patient? Welcome!
Please download and fill out this paperwork to bring with you for your first appointment:
You can also fill out this information via our electronic health records system after scheduling your appointment.
Acupuncture and/or Herbal Consult by an Intern
|Discounted Rate* (return visits only):||$35|
|Mon AM/Wed AM Special:||$25|
|PCHS Students (same-day/walk-in):||$5|
Acupuncture and/or Herbal Consult by a Licensed Acupuncturist
|PCHS Students (no walk-in rate):||$20|
Cosmetic Acupuncture by an Intern (1 hour and 30 minutes)
Massage by a Massage Intern (50 minutes)
|Discounted Rate* (return visits only):||$38|
|PCHS Students, Staff, and Faculty (no walk-in rate):||$20|
*Discounted rates for return visits are available for the following with appropriate proof:
Seniors (over 60)
Military (active, retired, or dependent)
Pacific College Family Members (includes parents, siblings, spouse, children, and domestic partners)
The Pacific College of Health and Science, in partnership with various local organizations, is proud to serve our community by providing acupuncture and massage services at no cost in a variety of settings throughout San Diego. Off-site clinics are designed to expand the reach of acupuncture and Chinese medicine to settings where patients would typically not have the means or the opportunity to experience them. Pacific College interns who are in the final phase of a rigorous four-year program work under the supervision of highly experienced licensed practitioners. These clinics are often held in an integrative environment that fosters collaboration with biomedical practitioners.
For more information about these off-site clinics, please call our main campus clinic at (619) 574-6932. For media inquiries, please click here.
Pacific College San Diego Off-Site Clinics
Rady Children’s Hospital
3010 Children’s Way, Entrance #2, Acute Care Pavilion
San Diego, CA 92123
Days & times: Monday and Thursday 1:00-5:00pm
Patients: please check in at entrance 9, in the Nelson/Hahn Family Pavillion.
The hospital is an unpredictable environment, and as such, adaptability, dependability, and independence are the paramount traits for these interns. We treat all over the hospital including cramped patient rooms, open bays right next to the nurse administering chemo, the parent-family lounge, and cold exam rooms. Though interns primarily treat chronic pain and hematology/oncology, we also treat GI disorder, spinal cord injuries and medically fragile children in long-term care situations. Gentle needle technique, willingness to do massage and tui na, great people skills, and the confidence to be autonomous are a must.
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla, CA 92093
Days & times: Monday 1:00-5:00pm and Wednesday 9:00am-1:00pm
This clinic serves UCSD athletes. Pacific College students are offered the opportunity to treat many types of muscular and skeletal injuries alongside physical therapists and athletic trainers. The pace is fast and the work is very focused on specific problems. Pacific College interns use acupuncture to help rehabilitate post-operative injuries, sports injuries, and athletic performance by increasing range of motion, muscle strength, and tissue healing potential. Students average 3-5 treatments per shift and treatments vary from 15 minutes to one hour. This is an excellent opportunity to learn musculoskeletal assessment and treatment techniques!
Owen Clinic at UCSD Medical Center
4168 Front St, 3rd floor
San Diego, CA 92103
Day & time: Wednesday 1:00pm-5:00pm
The Owen Clinic is among America’s top HIV care programs because of its comprehensive services, very experienced healthcare staff, and affiliation with the UCSD Medical Center. The Owen Clinic incorporates the various disciplines that an AIDS patient may need within one outpatient clinic, saving the patient the effort and confusion of going to many stations to get his or her needs met. An experienced team of physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners uses 15 rooms for patient exams, and each patient is assigned a primary care practitioner based on his or her particular needs, in addition to a liver clinic and oncology clinic and research. All gender and socioeconomic groups are represented.
Integrative Health Nights: Community Clinics
Queen Bee’s Art & Cultural Center
3925 Ohio St
San Diego, CA 92104
Day & time: Thursday 2:00-6:00pm
This shift is offered in association with Community Wellness Collaborative, a nonprofit started by a Pacific College alumnus. It is an opportunity to witness “community style” acupuncture helping underserved families in a fast-paced, integrative setting. Work alongside medical assistants, massage therapists, chiropractors, energy healers, and yoga instructors. Gain practical information about the growing trend of delivering acupuncture to the uninsured and less affluent population.