This 80-90 minute session will include a full health history intake and an individualized acupuncture treatment.
Other modalities such as cupping, gua sha, infrared heat, moxa, bloodletting and/or e-stim may be used depending on ailment and treatment plan.
To detoxify and relax your muscles, a cupping treatment may be the best route for you.
This 30-minute session targets tight and sore muscle groups to give you ultimate relief.
Your follow-up sessions include acupuncture treatment based on your individualized treatment plan. Other modalities such as cupping, gua sha, infrared heat, moxa, bloodletting and/or e-stim may be used depending on ailment and treatment plan.
Each session will last between 45 and 55 minutes.
There is no need to do anything special before your appointment, but you may have questions, which can be answered by calling or emailing our office or by reading our FAQs below. Then feel free to book using this link or the button at the top of this website. We’ll take care of you from there!
During your first appointment, we will conduct a full health intake and discuss your current needs. This will allow us to develop an individualized treatment plan. When the plan is finalized, you will receive your first acupuncture treatment. Depending on your needs, we may utilize other modalities such as cupping, gua sha, moxa, infrared heat, bloodletting, or electro/e-stem.
After your appointment, expect to feel “zen-ed out,” as if you just finished a massage or yoga class. You may feel a little foggy, which is entirely normal and will diminish within hours. Your pain may begin to wane after the first treatment, but this is not always the case. If your pain worsens after your treatment, don’t worry! It is normal for the symptoms to worsen for a short while before relief begins.
After the pain has diminished and you begin returning to your regular life activities, we begin tune-up sessions. These sessions focus on prevention to keep you healthy and ensure your pain does not return. The frequency of these sessions varies from patient to patient.