NH’s Largest Acupuncture clinic relocates Manchester office to East Side Plaza to meet demand

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Patients rest at Manchester Acupuncture Studio’s Nashua location. Courtesy Photo

MANCHESTER, NHManchester Acupuncture Studio will be relocating operations to a larger space in Manchester to 895 Hanover St., in the East Side Plaza, due to increased demand for services.

“We will be ready to re-open on Monday, June 24,” says Executive Director, Andy Wegman. “We’ve had a great 12 years in and around the Millyard, first on Bedford Street and, more recently, on Canal Street in the Dow Street Plaza. But it’s clear that our patients need consistent access to adequate parking, and our responsibility is first and foremost to the needs of our patients.”  

The last day for operations on Canal Street will be Friday, June 21.

The move means an affordable acupuncture clinic will be more accessible to Route 93 and NH-101, says Wegman.

Manchester Acupuncture Studio is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that promotes and provides low-cost acupuncture to the community as a group practice, in Manchester and Nashua.  The goal, according to Wegman, is to remove financial, social, and educational barriers to acupuncture-centered healthcare, allowing access to as much acupuncture as a client wants, in support of whatever goals they may have.

MAS provides acupuncture in a comfortable and respectful group setting. The cost for each visit is set on a sliding scale of $15-35. Patients decide what to pay without any income verification. There is a $10 fee for the first visit only, to cover the initial consultation.

MAS – Manchester is open 7 days each week.  The clinical staff offers 60 years of combined clinical experience and well over 200,000 treatments given since opening in 2007.