Tropical Leaves

Your Treatment Will Be

Personalized

Our initial session will be dedicated to assessing your current state and creating a personalized plan to fit your unique needs and goals.

Targeted 

After your initial assessment, we will decide what style of acupuncture will be most effective for your condition and constitution.

Integrative

Although Acupuncture is great! It's not a full approach. I’ll be guiding you toward other helpful practices such as herbal therapy, gasotransmitter therapy, self-massage, nutritional therapy, heat therapy, gua sha, and cupping. 

Waterfall in nature

What can acupuncture do?

Sleep better, have less pain & manage stress

What to Expect

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After your initial assessment and treatment, we will decide what style of acupuncture is best suited to you and your condition.

New Patient Acupuncture $120

Return Visit $50-$75

FAQ

Do you take insurance?

At this time we do not do insurance billing.  We will be happy to provide you with any receipts to send in for re-embursment. We highly suggest checking with your insurer before making an appointment even if you think you have coverage.

How long is a treatment?

Your initial evaluation and treatment will take approximately 75 minutes.  Your paperwork will be emailed to you before treatment.  During our time together we may go over your intake, look at your tongue and pulse, do orthopedic testing, take your blood pressure, and decide on an appropriate course of treatment. Follow-up treatments will last approximately 45 minutes. 

Can I pay with HSA or FSA?

Yes, you can use your HSA or FSA card for your acupuncture treatment.

What will happen during my treatment?

Your treatment may include the following therapies which will be decided at your intake and consultation: Motor point acupuncture, neurofunctional acupuncture, electric acupuncture, Balance method acupuncture, trigger point acupuncture/dry needling, cupping, gua sha/scraping, TDP lamp heat therapy, topical linaments, manual massage techniques, breathing exercises, and no-needle acupuncture.