All patients and practitioners must wear masks at all times while on premises. No exceptions.
All treatment rooms are disinfected between each patient according to CDC guidelines.
3-Stage True HEPA filtration is used in treatment rooms.
All gowns and table coverings are single use and disposable.
Admittance to the office will be provided to patients and practitioners only.
No food or drink is permitted in treatment rooms.
During the initial visit, your acupuncturist will spend time getting to know you and your health concerns.
The discussion will focus on your medical history, current symptoms, diet, exercise habits, sleeping patterns, general emotional state and anything else that may offer insight into your state of health.
Your acupuncturist will check your pulse and may conduct a brief physical exam.
This information is then organized to create a complete, accurate and comprehensive traditional diagnosis.
After the interview-exam process, you will receive an acupuncture treatment.
The initial visit with your acupuncturist will last approximately 90 minutes.
Follow-up visits will last 30-60 minutes.
Acupuncture is proven to have a cumulative effect. A course of treatment is generally recommended to achieve the best results.
Additional tips for your initial visit:
Please arrive 10 minutes prior to your appointment. This will allow adequate time to fill out paperwork required for your visit.
Bring a list of any current medications and supplements including dosages.
Gowns will be provided for your visit.
Avoid heavily caffeinated products, alcohol or consuming a large meal before your visit to ensure maximum results.
If for any reason you need to change or cancel your appointment, please know that we require 24 hours notice.
House calls are provided on a conditional basis. Please contact the office for more information.
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