Services

Pricing:

Initial Acupuncture Visit: $95 (80 minutes)

Follow-Up Acupuncture Visit: $65 (45-60 minutes)

Cupping Treatment Only: $45 (30 minutes)

Packages:

10 Treatments: $580 (Save $70)

20 Treatments: $1105 (Save $195)

*This does not include initial consultation fee for NEW patients.

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Dry Needling

Dry needling is predominately comprised of acupuncture techniques from the Ming Dynasty that involves releasing trigger points. Trigger points are palpable knots in taut bands of muscle fibers that can cause referred pain in surrounding areas. Orthopedic acupuncture is another name for dry needling. It can be seen as a modern take on an ancient technique. I often use dry needling in addition to Chinese-style acupuncture in resolving pain. A combination of these two techniques has the greatest potential for rapid results.

In addition to needles, your acupuncturist may use some of the following modalities as part of your acupuncture treatment:

Cupping

Cupping is a painless ancient healing modality that promotes the flow of blood and promotes healing. Local suction is created with either the use of fire or suction cups. The cups stay on for ten to fifteen minutes and can be glided across the skin for a stronger approach. Cupping is most commonly used to treat pain conditions, stiffness, and respiratory issues. Patients equate the feeling of cupping to a massage as it loosens up tight muscles and gets blood flowing more effectively.

Cupping is a painless ancient healing modality that promotes the flow of blood and promotes healing. Local suction is created with either the use of fire or suction cups. The cups stay on for ten to fifteen minutes and can be glided across the skin for a stronger approach. Cupping is most commonly used to treat pain conditions, stiffness, and respiratory issues. Patients equate the feeling of cupping to a massage as it loosens up tight muscles and gets blood flowing more effectively.

Moxibustion

Moxa, made from dried mugwort, is a warming therapy that warms meridians and localized areas to promote the flow of qi and blood and decrease inflammation. It can be used directly on a patient's skin, indirectly, or with an acupuncture needle. Many patients find it very relaxing, pleasantly warm, and comfortable and a nice addition to their acupuncture treatment.