Presently the clinic is in network with the following insurance companies:
Please check your individual private policy by calling the number on the back of your card. Coverage is dependent on your individual plan, even if you have one of the above insurances.
Payment options include cash, check, FSA cards, and credit cards.
Acupuncture has been practiced for thousands of years in China and other Asian countries. It has only been in the last century that the practice has moved into America. It is a holistic approach to healthcare, with the main premise being that the body has an innate desire and ability to find balance. The beauty of acupuncture and other Chinese medical modalities is that they give a push to help the body and mind do what it is already trying to achieve. It gives this push in a very gentle way, and thus works very well as both a stand alone treatment for some chronic conditions and as a complement to more traditional modes of medicine.
An initial consultation consists of discussion to get to the root of the disease within the body and creation of an individualized treatment plan. Acupuncture, massage and/or healing touch, and cupping are common treatment modalities, but there are also many other offerings such as acupressure, reflexology, moxibustion, herbs, and more.
What to expect on your first visit:
Before your first visit, you will be sent medical forms and a consent form electronically. This gives me a chance to read about your medical history and reason for visit before your arrival.
The acupuncture room is set up more like a therapeutic spa than a doctor’s office. There is a massage table with sheets. You can wear your own clothes ( no johnnies/hospital gowns here).
Most treatments involve hands on work with either palpation, massage, cupping or acupressure first. Once the Acupuncture needles go in, they remain in the body for 15-20 minutes and most clients relax deeply, while some even fall asleep.
Overall, it’s a very centering, relaxing experience that brings the body back into a state of balance while simultaneously addressing a myriad of chronic health issues.
Feel free to send me a message with any questions or concerns. Thanks.