Kelly Sandberg

Kelly is a licensed acupuncturist with a masters degree in Oriental Medicine. She has been practicing in Anchorage, Alaska since 1998. Kelly has helped many patients with a variety of the human pain predicaments: athletic injuries, fertility, pre & postpartum care, and inflammatory issues.

Make an appointment. Call (907) 563-0071


  • 1998 Graduate from the International Institute of Chinese Medicine
  • 1997 Internship at Chengdu University of Traditional Medicine

A professional acupuncture curriculum must consist of at least 47 semester credits (705 hours) in Oriental medicine theory, diagnosis and treatment techniques in acupuncture and related studies; 22 semester credits (660 hours) in clinical training; 30 semester credits (450 hours) in biomedical clinical sciences; and 6 semester credits (90 hours) in counseling, communication, ethics and practice management.

— Council of Colleges of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

Kelly Sandberg Licensed Acupunturist in Anchorage Alaska


Your first visit should set you at ease. We will have a discussion of your concerns, health complaints and goals. The acupuncture treatment should be calming and comfortable as needle placement is done with precision and skill.

The overall goal of acupuncture is to enable the body to eliminate ailments.


Its simple. Acupuncture primarily affects two things:


It calms the nervous system.  The nervous system gets “revved up” from internal and external stressors — potentially aggravating and prolonging pain patterns.  Acupuncture interrupts pain messages being set to the brain and can reduce the perceived stress load on the system.


It improves blood flow. Most injuries cause inflammation that impede circulation.  Local acupuncture points can restore the healthy flow of blood, bringing in nutrients and carrying out toxins.

Acupuncture is safe and compatible with other health care modalities.


Acupuncture Alaska treatment room

Rates are kept at a reasonable level to maintain affordability.

Insurance may distribute reimbursement; many insurance policies have plans that cover acupuncture. A medical receipt is provided so you can file a claim with your insurance carrier.

Payment is collected at the time of service.

  • Initial intake & treatment: $165
  • Subsequent session: $125


Contact Kelly

To make an appointment, please call Kelly Sandberg at (907) 563-0071. For inquiries, you may also use the email contact form.

Acupuncture Alaska
Kelly Sandberg L.Ac.
4007 Old Seward Hwy # 800
Anchorage, AK

Kelly Sandberg