Treatments

Acupuncture (aka Dry Needling), Needle-less Aroma Acu-point Therapy and Cupping

5 element and 8 principle acupuncture and needle-less acupuncture

Chinese Herbs and Nutrition

Phyto-Nutritional counseling and supplementation

Stress Reduction

Guided stress reduction and energy cultivation techniques involving Qi-gong and meditation

Acupuncture in Action

On a first visit to an acupuncturist, the patient may be surprised that the Western medical diagnosis for his or her problem is of little importance to the practitioner in forming an assessment. In fact, two patients with an identically named disease may be treated in a different way according to their particular pattern of symptoms and energy imbalances. After a detailed assessment, which includes the patient’s responses, pulse, and overall nature of pain or discomfort, an acupuncturist assesses and formulates the treatment.

Acupuncture, uses sterile filiform needles that resemble threadlike pins. The acupuncture points are sometimes chosen with the use of moxibustion (an herbal heating method), heating lamps, massage, and cupping (a technique that removes stagnation by the application of cups that create a suction effect). Laser therapy, ear therapy, and exercise may be applied to improve energy flow and restore the body’s own self-healing powers. Healing begins and symptoms disappear by their own accord. In essence, acupuncture helps restore health rather than remove disease. Herein lies the major difference in the approach of Eastern medicine as opposed to Western medicine. That and acupuncture’s unique patient-practitioner relationship is what distinguishes this medicine.

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Appointment Details

Initial Appointment

Initial appointments for the Community acupuncture run about an hour and a half long. Please arrive ten to fifteen minutes early to fill out paperwork, or complete our digital intake before you arrive. For the first fifteen to twenty minutes of your appointment the practitioner will listen to your story, ask questions, and build a treatment plan. You’ll then be treated either lying or sitting down for 20 – 60 minutes depending on your needs. Initial appointments are $85 – $185 (according to our self reported income based sliding scale). This fee will NOT include any additional services such as Aroma Acupoint Therapy, Cupping or Guasha if required.
Many insurance plans are accepted. Please contact me to provide insurance information and I will verify if your policy covers acupuncture.

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Follow Up Appointment

Follow up appointments run about an hour and fifteen minutes long. For the first ten to fifteen minutes of your appointment the practitioner will hear about your experience since your last treatment, ask questions, and adjust your treatment plan. You’ll then be treated either lying or sitting down for 20 – 60 minutes depending on your needs. The sliding scale fee for follow up appointments are $60-$85 and is based on self reported income. There may be an additional fee if extra services such as Aroma Acupoint Therapy, Cupping or Guasha is required.
Many insurance plans are accepted. Please contact me to provide insurance information and I will verify if your policy covers acupuncture.

There is a strict cancelation policy of $20 if not given at least 12 hours notice before cancelling appointment

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