Acupuncture

Services and Fees:

Please note: The following are fees for point-of-service payments. Click here for more information on insurance coverage of acupuncture.

Initial Evaluation and First Acupuncture Appointment - 1.5 - 2 hours - $150
Acupuncture Follow-up Visit - 1 hour - $85
Acupuncture Intro Package (initial visit, plus two) - $289
Acupuncture Follow-up 3-pack - $229
Multi-modal healing with needles, massage, essential oils - 1 hour - $200
Auricular acupuncture - 30 mins - $45
Auricular 3-pack - 30 min each - $120
Acupuncture
Acupuncture needles

What is Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a complete system of health care that has been in use for over 2,000 years in China. It is the primary approach to healthcare for more than 1/3 of the world's population today and is extremely safe and effective. The use of acupuncture is becoming increasingly prevalent in the United States and there are now an estimated 13,000 licensed acupuncturists in this country!

The art and science of acupuncture is based on an energetic understanding of the body. This energy, called qi, is seen as the animating force of life and is said to flow along particular pathways, called meridians. Illness on any level, including the level of the body, mind/emotions and spirit is understood to be the result of an obstruction or disharmony in the flow of qi through the meridians. In acupuncture we use very fine needles to regulate and harmonize this flow.

What Conditions Can Be Treated With Acupuncture

Acupuncture Diagram

Acupuncture is mind/body medicine, meaning it can work on many levels of disharmony at the same time, including complaints that are physical, emotional, or spiritual in nature. The needles promote the body’s own capacity to heal, offering the true possibility of a more healthy and effective life.

You are warmly invited to discover the rich rewards of your own well-being. Contact Rebecca and get on the road to wellness today!

The National Institute of Health (NIH) (1997 NIH consensus) and the World Health Organization (WHO) (2003 WHO study) have recognized acupuncture as effective for the treatment of many conditions (see below), and new studies are being conducted all the time. Please Contact Rebecca if you have any questions as to whether or not acupuncture is appropriate for you.

Addiction

Allergic rhinitis (including hay fever)

Asthma

Carpal tunnel syndrome

Depression

Digestive complaints

Dysentery

Facial pain

Fibromyalgia

Headache

Hypertension

Hypotension

Induction of labor

Knee pain

Leukopenia

Low back pain

Malposition of fetus, correction of

Menstrual cramps

Morning sickness

Myofascial pain

Nausea and vomiting

Nausea and vomiting due to chemotherapy

Neck pain

Osteoarthritis

Pain in dentistry

Periarthritis of shoulder

Postoperative pain

Renal colic

Rheumatoid arthritis

Sciatica

Sprain

Stroke

Tennis elbow