Initial Acupuncture Treatment
For new patients who are scheduling an appointment for the very first time with our practitioner. Includes intake, assessment, review of any reports/medications and first acupuncture treatment.
Treatment time: 75 minutes
Follow Up Acupuncture
For patients who have already been treated by our practitioner, have already done an initial intake, and are scheduling for a repeat visit. Includes an abbreviated intake and an acupuncture treatment.
Treatment time: 55 minutes
Chinese Medical Ophthalmology
Treatment addresses eye diseases utilizing specialized training in the MA48 acupuncture system. The programs consist of a series of 10 treatments and a separate evaluation and consultation for maximum benefit. Pricing is different for these treatments. Please call the office for more details.
Dry cupping aids in the release of muscular tightness and pain. Treatment can include stationary cupping or slide cupping.
Treatment time: 20 minutes
Tips For Your First Visit:
FIRST APPOINTMENT: If you have not completed your paperwork online, please arrive 15 minutes prior to your appointment time to complete paperwork.
RIGHT ON TIME: Be on time for your appointment so you can relax and enjoy your treatment. You’re welcome to arrive early and enjoy a cup of herbal or green tea in the waiting room.
COMFORTABLE CLOTHING: Wear loose-fitting clothes that can be easily rolled up above your knees and elbows. Depending on your treatment you may need to expose your abdomen, so avoid one-piece suits or dresses.
EAT: Eat a light meal within a few hours prior to arriving for your appointment. Receiving treatment on an empty stomach may increase the risk of nausea or dizziness. Also, avoid overeating immediately before your treatment.
DRINK: Drink plenty of water and stay hydrated before and after your treatment.
RELAX: Avoid strenuous activity immediately prior to or following a treatment. Physical strain before or after acupuncture can be especially hard on the body.
QUESTIONS: During your intake, you will be asked many questions, some related specifically to your complaint and others that may seem unrelated. Chinese Medicine looks at the person in a holistic manner to determine the cause of a condition or disease. In this way, we treat the source of the problem, not just the symptom.