At Classical Acupuncture Clinic, we will sit with you and go over your intake form. This is an important part of getting to know one another and gives us the ability to learn the details, that may seem unimportant otherwise. Since each patient is an individual and life events help shape us into who we are, this intake process is crucial in helping the practitioner determine the most effective way to treat the patient. We strive to be respectful and create a comfortable and safe environment.
Many Insurance companies provide acupuncture coverage and we have the ability to file insurance for you.
We are an In-Network provider with "United Healthcare" and "Cigna".
Other Insurance companies will cover us as In-Network if requested and your policy provides acupuncture benefits. We are more than happy to verify insurance coverage for you. Please contact us with any questions regarding your insurance concerns.
Initial Consultation, Exam - $150.00 (1 1/2 Hours) :
The initial exam includes an extensive interview with the patient, consisting of their mental, physical and spiritual history. After the interview, the patient will receive a physical exam, consisting of pulse diagnosis, abdominal diagnosis, tongue diagnosis, evaluation of scar tissue and more.
Acupuncture treatment - $75.00 (30-45 minutes):
Once a patient has achieved the state of well- being that they expect, seasonal treatments are recommended to maintain that balance. Since nature undergoes many transformations during the seasons, you can be assure that we are not left out. Acupuncture treatments can be administered to help the patient make these transformations smoothly.
Mini Stress Relief Auricular Acupuncture Treatment - $25.00 (20 minutes):
If you have never experienced acupuncture and are curious, this is a good way to try it out. If you have experience and just want a little stress relief, feel free to schedule and appointment. Auricular (Ear) Acupuncture has proven very successful in treating stress and anxiety.
Patent Herbs and Tinctures are available
is due at time of treatment and may be made by: