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Pain Management 
Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a minimally invasive method to stimulate nerve-rich areas of the skin surface in order to influence tissues, gland, organs, and various functions of the body. 

Each acupuncture needle produces a tiny injury at the insertion site that signals the body to respond. This response involves stimulation of the immune system, promoting circulation to the area, wound healing, and pain modulation. 

 

 

Pain Management Acupuncture is great for: 
 

Acute and Chronic Pain Management

Arthritis

Back Pain
Menstrual Pain

Migraines
Neuropathy/Neuralgia

Post-Surgical Pain Management
Sciatica

Tendonitis


(your $45 consultation fee goes towards new patient apt)

New Patient: $170
Return Patients: $125

Package of 6 Discount:
New Patient: $645

Return Patient $600


Add Ons:
Vitamin Injection: $25
Herbs/Supplments: Cost Varies

Accepts:
Cigna Insurance
United Health Care

Flex Spending Account (FSA)
Health Spending Account (HSA)
Cash, Card, Check, Venmo

Sessions must be used within 3 months of purchase
Have a Question about Acupuncture? Click Here
Woman Receiving Acupuncture

Digestive Acupuncture + Functional Medicine


Digestive Acupuncture stimulates the digestive organs to decrease inflammation in the digestive tract, increase gastric emptying, speed up intestinal motility for chronic constipation, as well as decrease intestinal motility for chronic loose stools. Each treatment is individualized for the patient depending on your individual signs and symptoms. 

During your first treatment I will also ask questions about your diet, sleep, menstrual health, emotional well-being, and any underlying concerns that may be affecting your digestive disorder. 

I use a combination of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Functional Medicine to address your underlying digestive complaint. 

These appointments are more involved and include nutritional guidance, herbal/supplement therapy, weekly check ins, as well as possible Functional Medicine lab test if necessary.

 

Insurance will usually cover Acupuncture for the pain management but will not cover the Functional Medicine part of this treatment. If you are an insurance patient the additional cost for the Functional Medicine will be $50 cash each appointment. Please see below for the cost breakdown. 

 

(your $45 consultation fee goes towards new patient apt)

New Patient: $195
Return Patients: $150 

Package of 6 Discount:
New Patient: $795

Return Patient $750


Insurance New Patient: $95 

Insurance Return Patient: $50 

Functional Medicine Lab Test, Herbs, and Supplements are an additional cost.

Add Ons:
Vitamin Injection: $25
Herbs/Supplements: Cost Varies

Accepts:
Cigna Insurance
United Health Care
Flex Spending Account (FSA)
Health Spending Account (HSA)
Cash, Card, Check, Venmo

Sessions must be used within 3 months of purchase

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Cupping

As crazy as cupping looks, it actually feels quite amazing. Most describe it as a massage type feeling as the cups pull the fascia up and away from the muscles increasing circulation in that area and allowing the muscles to relax.

Cupping has become quite popular in the past decade here in America, but it has been used for thousands of years in Asia. Cupping promotes blood flow to compromised areas, enhances circulation and helps to increase the body's own healing processes. 

 

For those that are nervous about acupuncture, cupping is an amazing alternative to treat pain, move Qi (Chi), and detox the body.  

Your session will take approximately 30-45 minutes. Please wear loose clothing. 
Females: Please wear a bra that can be unstrapped if I'm working on your back. 


Cupping is great for:
~Acute Pain-Stiffness

~Tight Muscles
~Work Out Recovery

~Detox

(your $45 consultation fee goes towards new patient apt)

New Patient: $145 
Return Patients: $100 


Sessions must be used within 6 months of purchase

Add Ons:
Vitamin Injection: $25
Herbs/Supplements: Cost Varies

 

Accepts: 
Cigna Insurance
United Health Care

Flex Spending Account (FSA)
Health Spending Account (HSA)
Cash, Card, Check, Venmo

Have a Question about Cupping?
Click Here