Additional Resources

Additional resources regarding our clinic and acupuncture in general. If you don't see what you're looking for, you can always call during our normal business hours or message us with your question.

New Patient Forms

If you are a new patient and would like to save some time during your initial visit, please fill out these forms and bring them to your new patient appointment. This will allow you to spend more time with your provider and expedite your whole appointment.

For more new patient information, including how to prepare for your first treatment, and what to expect during and after your first treatment, check out the new patient information page.

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Insurance Coverage

We accept insurance — private, group, and personal injury (such as auto accident insurance) — and almost all insurance plans. We do accept Medicaid, but do not accept Medicare because Medicare virtually never has acupuncture coverage. Insurance coverage of acupuncture varies greatly from plan to plan, even within the same insurance company.

We can help you check your insurance coverage if you give us your insurance information either by calling us or using our secure message form to send us your information.

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Frequently Asked Questions

These are a few of the most commonly asked questions. For more questions and answers check out the frequently asked questions page. If you don't find the answer you need, please feel free to reach out to us with your question, we are here to help!

Does acupuncture hurt?

Acupuncture does not hurt because the needles used are so thin and flexible. Most people say that when a needle is inserted it feels like a pinch or a bug bite, but not pain. Afterwards, there may be a sensation of heaviness, tingling, or zing (yes, zing!).

How many treatments will I need?

Depending on your the severity of your condition and how quickly you response, your acupuncturist may suggest 2 to 3 treatments per week to start until you condition starts to improve. Length of your treatment plan completely depends on your condition and what your provider thinks is best for you. Chronic illnesses usually require more treatments while acute problems may respond faster.

Does my insurance coverage acupuncture?

Many insurance plans these days have some form of alternative care coverage, which includes acupuncture and maybe massage therapy. The best way to find out about your coverage is to call your insurance provider and ask. Alternatively, we can help you check your insurance coverage if you if you give us your insurance information either by calling us or using our secure message form to send us your information.

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