Welcome to Sacramento Acupuncture Project!

As of May 1st 2020, we are temporarily closed. We look forward to re-opening when it is safe to do so.

The purpose of Sacramento Acupuncture Project is to make Chinese Medicine accessible by providing affordable, community-centered health care. All acupuncture treatments are individualized to meet your needs, and are performed in a quiet community space.

We charge on a sliding scale: $15-35  * Cash or check only. *

You decide what you can afford. We will NEVER make you prove your income level. We want you to come often enough to really get better, and the sliding scale is our way of helping you make that commitment. There is an additional $15 paperwork fee for your first appointment. Please arrive approximately 10 minutes early for your initial visit to complete the new patient forms.  We have a strict 12-hour cancellation policy.

Monday 9am-7pm
Tuesday 9am-7pm
Wednesday 8am-8pm
Thursday 8am-8pm
Friday 9am-7pm
Saturday 9am-2pm
Sunday 9am-2pm


Have you seen the wonderful article about our clinic in the Sacramento Bee?  You may use our online scheduler to set up your First Visit and/or Returning Visits. Please select “No Preference” when choosing a practitioner in order to see every available appointment slot.  Thank you for your interest and we greatly appreciate your business. We look forward to helping you.

Contact Information:

3051 Fulton Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95821
(916) 800 – 2949



Recent Posts

Margo on Sheltering in Place

OAP: What have you been doing that has kept you calm and happy?

Margo: Getting outside; be it blowing bubbles with my 2 year old daughter, taking a walk, or eating meals outside. Just stepping outside and breathing in the fresh air helps change my mood.


OAP: Do you have any good shows or movies that you have been watching?

Margo: We of course watched Frozen 2 as soon as it was released and that was fun. When my daughter is sleeping I’ve been watching Schitt’s Creek.


OAP: Have you cooked anything tasty lately?

Margo: I baked a chocolate chip cookie in the cast iron skillet on the grill which was fun. It’s a little smokey tasting but was good practice and I will be perfecting the technique so I don’t have to heat up the house to bake.


OAP: What do you miss about doing acupuncture in the clinic?

Margo:  I miss seeing patients and helping them feel better. I miss a busy shift where everyone is napping at the same time, can’t beat that feeling of a full room of resting patients.