- Appointments are by appointment only and the schedule varies.
- A series of treatments are usually necessary to resolve a condition.
- Each case is treated individually. An evaluation is required to determine requirements.
- Treatment times vary in length and frequency. You should allow approximately 90 minutes for your initial intake and treatment. Allow 60 minutes for follow up treatments.
- You should feel more peaceful and relaxed during treatment.
- There is little or no pain as, exceptionally fine, sterile, disposable needles are used. Each person has varying sensitivities.
- Treatments are available without the use of needles.
- Herbal formulas are usually prescribed to enhance the acupuncture treatments.
- Children of all ages are treated.
- Those younger than 6 years may be treated using massage and/or electrical probes and specialized tools.
- Some insurance companies cover acupuncture. I can provide you with a billing form but will not bill the insurance for you.
- Complimentary 15-minute consultations by phone or in person are available. (In person recommended)
alcohol and drug tx
alcohol and drug tx
effects of chemotherapy
high blood pressure
menstrual related D/O
pain and stiffness
stress and tension
"Acupuncture" is a form of primary health care that is developed from traditional oriental and modern medical philosophies for providing evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of human conditions, ailments, diseases, injuries, or infirmities. The term includes the manual, mechanical, injection, thermal, vibrational, electrical and electromagnetic stimulation and treatment of traditional and modern acupuncture points, trigger points, motor points, and ashi (reactive) points on the human body for promotion, maintenance, and restoration of health and prevention of disease. The term also includes but is not limited to auricular acupuncture, body acupuncture, distal acupuncture, dry needling, point bleeding, and point injection.
Adjunctive therapies included in, but not exclusive to, acupuncture include:
- herbal and nutritional recommendations.
- therapeutic exercise, including but not limited to, tai-ji and qigong.
- manual therapies, therapy, including but not limited to, bodywork, tui-na, and shiatsu.
- other therapies based on traditional oriental and modern medical theory, as taught in accredited acupuncture programs.