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Hours, Prices and Services

Yo San Community Clinic Hours

Monday-Friday 8:00 am - 9:00 pm
Saturday 8:30 am - 5:30 pm 
Sunday 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm 

Specialty Clinic Hours

Sunday  8:30am - 12:30pm

Clinic Price Schedule

Fees to see a YSU Intern:

First visit, includes full consultation (2 hours) $50
Return visits (1 hour) $40 
Senior Citizens (65 and over) - all visits $25

Fees to see a Licensed Acupuncturist:

First visit, includes full consultation $120
Return visits $80
Medical Consultation only (no treatment) $50

Facial Rejuvenation Treatment:

First visit, includes full consultation $145
Return visits $95

Specialty Clinic Fees:  

First Visit:        $120
Return Visit:    $70

Our Services

Intern Treatments

Please reserve about two hours for your first treatment with a Yo San University Intern. The initial consultation includes a very thorough medical intake, covering all aspects of your health. Some of the questions may seem unrelated to your current medical condition, but remember that this holistic medical system is designed to treat you as a whole person--your body, mind, and spirit. Your intern will look at your tongue and palpate your pulse, both unique features in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), that allow the practitioner to "look" inside the patient to get a idea of organ functions. During this assessment the Intern establishes a medical history and gets a clear picture of your chief complaints. All aspects of your visit with an Intern are closely supervised by a Yo San University Clinical Faculty member who is an experienced licensed acupuncturist. With this guidance, the intern appropriately diagnoses and treats your case. Your Intern will insert needles according to the treatment plan and let you rest quietly for about twenty minutes. The intern will remove the needles and if applicable, write a supporting herbal prescription. Patients usually receive life-style recommendations and suggestions for diet and exercise. This integrated, holistic approach enables Interns to assess the complexities of each patient's case and treat the root cause of the illness or problem. Acupuncture is not designed to cover up or only treat symptoms. In Chinese medicine, both practitioner and patient participate in the treatment--the practitioner with his/her medical skill and the patient in taking care of the day-to-day aspects of healthy living. This proactive collaborative approach is the essence of Chinese medicine.

Herbal Dispensary

Yo San University operates one of the largest institutional herbal dispensaries in Southern California. For the convenience of our patients, we stock more than 300 raw Chinese herbs, herbal concentrates, and patent remedies. We also carry our own exclusive line of topical herbal remedies. Experienced TCM herbalists operate the lab, along with our dedicated student laboratory staff. Optimizing treatment effect through prescribing herbs along with acupuncture is an important part of traditional Chinese medicine. One of Chinese herbal medicine's unique features is that each patient receives a customized prescription, based on their individual diagnosis and symptoms. Unlike Western medication, this high degree of customization affords individual patients maximum therapeutic efficacy based on their specific medical condition and body constituency. Chinese medicinal herbs can also be taken as part of one's diet for health maintenance and disease prevention.

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