Ann Arbor Community Acupuncture

Our mission at Ann Arbor Community Acupuncture is to provide effective and affordable acupuncture treatments for our community. When it comes to health and well-being, we want to put all our energy and focus on you getting better rather than on how you pay for it. At other clinics, acupuncture treatments can run up to $180 each, health insurance does not always cover it, and not everyone has health insurance. Often, you need more than just one treatment to get better, and that can add up. By offering a sliding scale between $20 to $40, we hope to make it more accessible to more people. You pay what you can–no questions asked.

Ann Arbor Community Acupuncture was started by Evan Lebow-Wolf and Dr. Cheryl Wong in 2015. In 2017, they converted the clinic into a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. The idea behind offering community acupuncture as a nonprofit is to make sure that this resource will always be available in Ann Arbor. In the last 5 years, we have seen three community acupuncture clinics close in Detroit. By having the clinic be a public charity, the incentive to sustain the organization rests on our community as well as the founders.

Board of Directors

Evan Lebow-Wolf, President, senior acupuncturist

Kathleen Carroll, Secretary, student at University of Michigan Business School

Sansanee Craig, MD, Treasurer, pediatrician at Johns Hopkins Hospital

Corner of community treatment room

Opposite corner of community treatment room