$165 Initial intake: approximately an hour and a half, including health history and treatment.
$110 Follow-ups: approximately 45 minutes to an hour, including follow-up intake and treatment.
$175 Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture Initial intake: approximately an hour and a half, including health history and treatment.
$120 Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture Follow-up: approximately 45 minutes to an hour, including follow-up intake and treatment.
$165 Initial Traditional Chinese Herbal Consultation Only: approximately 1 hour, including health history and herbal prescription.
$75 Traditional Chinese Herbal Consultation/follow-up (in addition to Acupuncture treatment): approximately 15-20 minutes added onto your existing appointment. Fee includes drug, herb interaction research, diagnosis and prescription of customized formula. Fee does NOT include price of herbs.
$99 Initial Virtual Wellness Consultation. Approximately 45 minutes to an hour phone consultation, including assessment, lifestyle and dietary recommendations, guided acupressure, tui na, herbal prescription, exercises, Qi Gong all from the comfort of your own home!
$65 Follow-Up Virtual Wellness Consultation. Approximately 20-30 minute phone consultation, including follow-up and additional lifestyle and dietary recommendations, guided acupressure, tui na, herbal prescription, exercises, Qi Gong all from the comfort of your own home!
Treatments may include one or a combination of therapies listed below:
Acupuncture: Treats many disorders by increasing blood flow, restoring balance and homeostasis, and enhancing the body’s natural ability to heal itself. Acupuncture can help relieve chronic pain, migraines, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, insomnia, depression, anxiety, and infertility, to name a few.
Electro-Acupuncture: Treats many disorders by stimulating specific Acupuncture points through an electric stimulation machine. This form of therapy has shown effective in treating neuropathy, muscle rigidity or flaccidity, muscle spasm or strain, to name a few.
Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture: Treats facial drooping, puffiness, wrinkles, and acne. Facial rejuvenation Acupuncture can tone facial muscles, boost collagen production, balance hormones and reduce the appearance of fine lines. This form of therapy can also help reduce stress and improve quality of sleep.
Acupressure: Treats disorders similarly to Acupuncture. Acupressure is a great alternative to Acupuncture for those who would rather not be needled. Acupressure has been shown to be effective in treating children with cold symptoms, allergies, nausea, and emotional/behavioral issues.
Cupping: Treats ailments by increasing blood flow and releasing muscle tension. Many describe it as a “reverse massage” because instead of pressing into areas of muscle tension, it pulls the muscle tissue upward (both having a therapeutic, releasing effect just in opposite ways). Cupping treats back pain, fibromyalgia, athletic recovery (as seen on Olympian Michael Phelps) and blockages in the body.
Tui Na: Treats disorders by releasing blockages or areas of tension throughout the body. Tui Na is a form of massage which is known to open or unblock areas of the body that may be stuck. It is known to treat many types of acute and chronic pain.
Chinese Food Therapy: Traditional Chinese Medicine believes that illnesses can be treated by eating a specific combination of foods based on an individual’s condition and their whole body make-up. Food therapy is based on the well-known fact that improper eating leads to illnesses and proper eating contributes to the body’s health. Chinese food therapy can treat bowel disorders, fatigue and improves overall functionality of the body’s immune system.
Chinese Herbs: Chinese herbal therapy is effective in treating many ailments including digestive issues, insomnia, common cold, allergies and general body aches and pains, to name a few. If you are considering Chinese Herbal therapy, be sure to notify your practitioner of any food sensitivities, allergies and current medications.
*AcuThrive Health does not take insurances directly, but some insurance plans allow the subscriber to submit their itemized receipt for reimbursement. Coverage for insurance plans may vary depending on the provider. Be sure to check with your insurance provider for coverage.