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What People Are Saying

"I had chronic pain in my shoulder for 20 years and assumed it was untreatable before getting treated by Marny. While the sub-scapular bursitis comes and goes, I had given up on hope for pain relief prior to getting acupuncture. Now I understand a monthly maintenance treatment will keep the pain at bay and life is much more enjoyable."
— Julia Hecker, Berkeley

"My husband and I were visiing from out-of-town and I was having some reaccuring back pain in which I see an acupuncturist at home. I was in trouble! A friend recommended Marny Culpepper. I called her last minute…. not only did she squeeze me in, but she was fantastic! I actually liked her more than my regular acupuncturist (bitter sweet). Because of her I was able to finish my trip pain free!"
— Jenny S, Berkeley


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2831 7th St, Berkeley CA 94710
(415) 730-6750

Mon 9 am – 8 pm
Wed 9am-8pm
Sun: 10am-5pm

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About Us

Welcome to Culpepper Acupunture! We are wholeheartedly committed to helping you achieve your health goals.

After completing her undergraduate studies in Cultural Anthropology at U.C. Santa Barbara, Marny Culpepper received her Masters of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine from The American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco and is a Licensed Acupuncturist. She is classically trained in Chinese Herbology, Tui Na (Chinese massage therapy), nutrition, and has treated patients in the community health arena at the Haight Ashbury Free Clinic and the campus Auricular Clinic where she attended school.

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