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For your convenience, the following tables show practitioners’ regular weekly schedules at OAP’s Grand and Laurel offices. There may be occasional substitutions due to vacation, illness or other circumstances.  Please call if you have any difficulty making your appointment: 3576 Laurel Ave- 510-842-6350; 440 Santa Clara Ave- 510-999-4627.

440 Santa Clara Ave. Office Hours:

Monday 9am – 2pm :: Jeff 2pm – 7pm :: Lori
Tuesday 9am – 2pm :: Lori 2pm – 7pm :: Jeff
Wednesday 9am – 2pm :: Jen 2pm – 7pm :: Lori
Thursday 9am – 2pm :: Jeff 2pm – 7pm :: Lori
Friday 9am – 2pm :: Lori 2pm – 7pm :: Jen
Saturday 10am – 3pm :: Jen
Sunday 9am – 2pm :: Jen

 3576 Laurel Ave. Office Hours:

Monday 9am – 2pm :: Danielle 2pm – 7pm :: Evelyn
Tuesday 9am – 2pm :: Sarah 2pm – 7pm :: Evelyn
Wednesday 9am – 2pm :: Evelyn 2pm – 7pm :: Sarah
Thursday 9am – 2pm :: Evelyn 2pm – 7pm :: Sarah
Friday 9am – 2pm :: Sarah 2pm – 7pm :: Alice
Saturday 10am – 3pm :: Alice
Sunday 9am – 2pm :: Danielle

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Recent Posts

Jen on Being Scent Free

There’s nothing that lifts my spirits like a yummy-scented spritz of something: floral, earthy, warm, herbaceous; perfume, lotion, or essential oils. The right scent can make me feel like I’m wafting through my day on a delicious, fluffy cloud. I’m sure some of you agree. But scent is a sensitive subject, and what smells good to you might not smell good to me — and did you know that a whiff of your favorite product can literally make other people sick?

Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) affects millions of people, some of who are likely to be sitting next to you at OAP. MCS causes symptoms that include headaches, fatigue, chest pain, dizziness, nausea, flare ups of skin and sinus conditions, and more. That’s why medical clinics and health care offices usually have a strict SCENT FREE policy. Lots of people in the OAP community find relief from symptoms like these in our clinic, and we’re all committed to ensuring a safe and hospitable space for everyone. We’re here to make our patients feel better, which is why I leave my scents on the shelf whenever I come to OAP.

If you lather up or spritz in the morning, you may not think it’s still lingering when you come for a treatment in the afternoon, but it’s well documented that our noses get used to smells after they’ve been on us for a while. Even “natural” scents like essential oils can trigger people’s symptoms. Please help us keep our clinic a safe and welcoming space for everyone by skipping the perfume and lotion on the day of your treatment, and heading straight to the bathroom to wash anything off if you’ve forgotten. It’s a small gesture from you, but a big one to all of us.

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