Welcome to Our Community Clinic


Affordable, Compassionate Healing for All


The only Texas Community Clinic outside of the Austin/San Marcos area, we serve the greater Fort Worth community with a sliding scale of $30-$50 per treatment.  You decide on the treatment fee within that range so that you can afford to come as often as needed for you to get better and stay better. There is also a one-time assessment/paper work fee of $15 on your initial visit.


In the Fort Worth Medical District

Acupuncture Wellness Community Clinic
1502 W Magnolia Avenue
Ft Worth,  TX   76104


Online Appointment System

It is here!!  The online appointment system powered by Appointment-Plus.  Just use the button below to make your appointment online.  Let us know how you like this feature.

Providing community clinic treatments Monday through Friday and on select Saturdays.  Same day appointments are available on most days.

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Practitioners working out of AWCC

We are pleased to announce that we currently have four practitioners working out of AWCC.

Acupuncturist – Pam Durham and Brennan Quinn


Massage/Body Work Therapist - Elizabeth Pacheco, Rachel Smith and Kelby Langevin


Medical QiGong  Martha Fiddes


You may go to our online appointment system and schedule your appointment for any of these practitioners.  Looking forward to seeing you at Acupuncture Wellness Community Clinic!



9 Responses to Welcome to Our Community Clinic

  1. Elena says:

    I would like rates for acupuncture sessions, on my left ulnar, I feel weakness in my left arm, perhaps associated w/continued computer use; however, I feel no pain, just weakness.

    • Pam D says:

      Hey Elena-

      We are a community clinic and operate on a sliding scale of $20-$40 per treatment. The first visit will have an additional assessment/paper work fee of $15, making the sliding scale on the first visit a total of $35-$55. You choose the fee in that range so that you can afford to complete a treatment plan.

      Thank you for the inquiry.


  2. JJ says:

    I just set up an appointment on-line. This is GREAT!

  3. Florence says:


    I was wondering if you guys offered accupressures with beads to lose weight. I know some people refer it as the “bead diet”.

    Please let me know :D

    • Pam D says:

      Yes, we can use “beads” or “seeds” on auricular (ear) points to assist you in losing weight. However, we have several other protocols that will help as well. I like to individualize the treatment for each person, but will typically combine NAET, homeopathy, auricular points, as well as traditional acupuncture for stress management.

  4. Dedra Fullbright says:

    My husband has m.s. and when compensating for weakness in one area he strains others. He also falls and has hurt other areas. Please help me convince him to try acupuncture.

  5. jaime says:

    I am in need of a stop smoking cessation program and am wondering if you know of a sliding scale clinic in hurst, i do not have a car and it could be hard for me to make sessions in a timely manner to fort worth, the train here isn’t in tandem with my school schedule and my life as a single parent, nor is it conveniently located. thank you for any information you can help with ,jaime

    • Pam D says:

      Hey Jaime–
      I am sorry to report that I am not aware of another community clinic besides this one outside of Austin. I am happy to work with you on your quest to stop smoking. We have homeopathics, herbs and teas to help with your resolve to stop smoking as well as onsite acupuncture. You might get by with fewer trips to the clinic if you utilize the other supports.

      Wishing you much success in changing your lifestyle and seeking health

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