Acupuncture Treatment: $80 per Session
New patient: First-time appointments include a thorough review of case history, evaluation, formation of the customized treatment plan, and first treatment.
Returning Patient: Follow-up appointments last up to an hour, including evaluation and treatment.
*Medicare Discounted Rate for Acupuncture: $70 per Session*
Treatments primarily include Acupuncture, which is the stimulation of certain body points by insertion of pre-sterilized, single-use, disposable needles, unless medically contraindicated. Stimulation of certain body points may also include the application of heat, including far-infrared, or cold, electricity, electro or magnetic stimulation, cold laser, vibration, cupping, gua sha, manual pressure, or other methods, with or without the concurrent use of needles, to prevent or modify the perception of pain, to normalize physiological functions, or for the treatment of diseases or dysfunctions of the body. Treatments may also include dry needling or intramuscular manual stimulation, moxibustion, herbal medicinals, natural or dietary supplements, manual methods, exercise, and diet. The determination of a care regimen or treatment protocol is made in accordance with traditional and modern practices of East Asian medical theory.1
1. IDFPR. Acupuncture Practice Act. Published January 1, 2020. Accessed May 12, 2020.