This school has a large clinic and offers FREE acupuncture as a service to the community and as training hours for students. Treatments are performed by 2nd and 3rd year acupuncture students and are supervised closely by licensed acupuncturists who are mostly professors at the college. A typical treatment might include acupuncture, Tui Na (oriental massage), treatment with magnetic therapy, cupping or moxa (a therapeutic process done by burning mugwort over a specific energy point). The treatment is top notch most of the time- and very focused on wellness and balance. Herbal treatments (in the form of raw herbs or pills) are frequently recommended- although there is a small cost for the herbs. EVERYTHING else is free- totally free. No catch. The only problem is that often the clinic is crowded and there is no making appointments, first come first serve. So be prepared to wait by bringing a book or some work. Avoid Mondays like the plague if you don't want to wait for hours. Wednesday is the best time as their are typically more students then patients. If you have any interest in Oriental Medicine or holistic treatments but can't afford them- this is the place to go.