Acupuncture

Acupuncture Services

Acupuncture is a form of traditional Chinese medicine which involves the insertion of very thin needles through your skin at strategic points on your body and is most commonly used to treat pain. Increasingly, it is also being used effectively for overall wellness, including stress management.

Acupuncture Services

Classic Initial Evaluation and Treatment - This is a detailed consultation, exam, diagnosis and treatment for first-time clients.  Address various complaints and conditions, relieve stress and restore the balance in the mind, body and spirit. Needles, Shakuju, magnets, cupping and other adjunctive therapies are used to best customize treatment. 
$115/75 minutes

Acupuncture For Wellness Treatment - reatment session to maintain the goals set after the initial visit. Each visit is customized using acupuncture and adjunctive therapies best suited for the client. 
$90/60 minutes

Battlefield Acupuncture - Dramatically reduce or eliminate pain with this treatment where you stay fully clothed and are needled in your ears. Treatment is unique in that it involves walking down the hallway to activate the needles. This procedure was developed 10 years ago to treat soldiers during the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
$60/30 minutes

Shakuju Therapy - Non-insertive Japanese acupuncture technique for anyone who wants to relax and restore balance.
$55/30 minutes

Cupping Treatment - Ease the body of stress and tension by getting cupped with glass suction cups.
$45/20 minutes

Detox/Stress Relief Acupuncture - Auricular (ear) acupuncture for overall wellness, addictive behaviors (smoking, overeating, etc.) and detoxification.
$30/15 min

Pediatric Acupuncture (ages 12 and under) - Non-insertive acupuncture done specifically for children through the use of magnets, teishins (non-insertive needles) and other adjunctive therapies.
$55/30 min

Did You Know?

That acupuncture doesn't hurt?  A common misperception about acupuncture is that it must hurt. After all, it involves needles! Unfortunately, this fear often discourages people from trying it.  The truth is that acupuncture needles are 25 - 50 times thinner than a hypodermic needle and rarely cause discomfort.