Chinese Medicine Services

Initial Consultation

This is where I get to know you and understand your health concerns.

Acupuncture

Reserve 1½ – 2 hours for this visit. This includes a discussion of what health concerns you want to address, a full health history and an acupuncture treatment. Herbal medicine can be included in this treatment plan. Cost of herbs is separate. $120

 

Herbal Medicine

Reserve 1- 1½ hours for this visit. It will include a discussion of what health concerns you want to address, a full health history and discussion of herbal options for treatment. Cost of herbs is separate. $75

 

Pediatric

For patients (0-18) years of age. Reserve 1- 1½ hours for this visit. It will include a discussion of what health concerns need to be addressed, a full health history and a non-insertive acupuncture treatment. Herbal medicine can be included in this treatment plan. Cost of herbs is separate.$75

Non-Needle Treatments

Commonly used for kids, adolescents, sensitive patients or simply for those who prefer not to be treated with needles.

Teishin Therapy

A small metal tool that gently rests on surface of the body. Used to activate acupuncture points, work the channel system, or complete a full treatment. – $120 (Initial Treatment/Adult + $90 Follow up), $75 (Initial Treatment/Pediatric + $50 Follow up)

Magnet Therapy

Used as polarity treatment or to activate acupuncture points. Commonly used instead of needles to complete a full treatment. – $120 (Initial Treatment/Adult + $90 Follow up), $75 (Initial Treatment/Pediatric + $50 Follow up)

Follow Up Treatments

These sessions focus on your main health concerns, treat the root causes of your complaints and address any additional concerns that may come up throughout your course of treatment.

Single Treatment

Reserve 1- 1½ hours for this visit. This includes follow up discussion, review of health, acupuncture treatment and herbal medicine follow up if needed. Cost of herbs is separate.$90

Package of Six Treatments

Reserve 1- 1½ hours for each visit. This includes follow up discussion, review of health, acupuncture treatment and herbal medicine follow up if needed. Cost of herbs is separate.$433

Herbal Treatment

Reserve 30-45 minutes for this treatment. It includes follow up discussion, review of health, and possible modifications of herbal treatment. Cost of herbs is separate. – $50, $240 Package of 6

Pediatric Treatment

Reserve 30-45 minutes for this visit. It includes follow up discussion, review of health, non-insertive acupuncture treatment and possible modifications of herbal treatment. Cost of herbs is separate. – $50, $240 Package of 6

Adjunctive Therapies

Adjunctive therapies are often added to acupuncture sessions to support treatment goals. Commonly used to treat pain, stress, tight and sore muscles and to boost immune system function.

Cupping / Gua Sha

Both of these treatments remove toxins from the body, increase the flow of qi (energy) and blood, and support a healthy immune function. Commonly used for tight or sore muscles.

Bodywork/ Acupressure

The use of Chinese Medicine massage techniques that can relax muscles, move the flow of qi (energy) and blood in the body, activate meridians and treat pain locally.

Moxibustion Therapy

Moxibustion is a heat therapy that has been used for centuries to treat a wide variety of health complaints. The herb known as Mugwart is a very warming and therapeutic substance. It can be used to relax tight sore muscles, warm joints and sinews to treat arthritis and other joint conditions as well as to aid healing from surgery, boost the immune system, calm the nerves and soothe the spirit.

Auricular (Ear) Acupuncture

Ear acupuncture is commonly used to treat stress, trauma and addiction but it can be used to treat a wide variety of complaints. It is a quick and easy way to receive a full treatment without accessing the whole body. It works by using the ear as a microsystem for the whole body and it goes deeply, treats the root of your concerns and leaves you feeling very relaxed.

Infrared/ Heat Lamps

Both infrared (sun) and clay (medicinal) heat lamps increase healing in the body. Warmth is very important to Chinese Medicine as it allows for proper movement of qi (energy) and blood which supports health and vitality. Cold in the body is a common cause of pain and illness thus the simplicity of adding heat to a treatment can go a long way.

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