Services & Payment

Time of Service Fees

Initial Intake and Acupuncture Treatment (90min)  Summer Special $75!        (Normally $125)
Extensive medical consultation, initial acupuncture treatment, and adjunct therapies as needed.

Follow Up Acupuncture Treatment (60 min.)   $90
60 minute appointment includes re-evaluation, acupuncture treatment, and cupping/guasha as needed.

Extensive Acupuncture Follow Up (90 min.)   $125                                                                                                                    Do you need extra time to discuss diet, supplements, or just need some extra pain relief TLC? A 90 appointment is perfect for those who need in depth consultation, cupping, guasha, or are endurance athletes experiencing multiple areas of pain.

Cupping Session (30 min) $45
Myofascial decompression, tissue detoxification, and deep muscle pain relief. Great for low back, shoulder, and IT band tension. Great for those with desk jobs and active lifestyles.

Gua sha Session (30 min) $50

Beneficial in breaking up fascial restrictions, scar tissue adhesions, and addressing areas of chronic inflammation and/or fibrosis. Gua sha has been known to help conditions such as a cervical sprain/strain, tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow, rotator cuff tendonitis, and even achilles tendinitis. This therapy is similar to “Graston Technique.”


Payment is expected at the time of treatment. You may pay in person with cash, check, or credit card. HSA credit cards are also accepted (Please check with your insurance carrier to know if a referral for Acupuncture is needed).


Tipping is appreciated, but not expected. I would prefer that you come back to see me more often. Feedback is always welcome and I encourage you to communicate with me regarding your needs. My policy is to exceed your expectations.


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Many insurance companies cover acupuncture. Please check with your insurance company to verify your benefits.
Some policy holders will be provided an invoice that can be submitted to their insurance company directly for reimbursement.