(801) 903-3905

1345 E 3900 S, UNIT 216 MILLCREEK, UTAH 84124

Acupuncture Services

Acupuncture is offered to veterans through the Veterans Association community care program with no out of pocket expenses to the veterans. Rachel is an acupuncture provider enrolled in this program. To receive acupuncture, ask your primary care provider to request an authorization for acupuncture. Once it is approved, the veteran will be contacted and an appointment scheduled.

New Patient Intake and Treatment


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.

Cupping Treatment


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.

Acupuncture restores your body to a state of balance and accelerates healing to get you pain-free, sooner.

accessible & affordable

Our Packages

To keep our acupuncture services accessible and affordable, we offer the same treatments at a lower cost when purchased as a package.

6 Treatments for $500 ($30 savings)
6 Treatments + Initial Treatment for $600 ($60 savings)
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Acupuncture Cost

Students need pain relief also. Student rate for a “Return Patient Treatment” is discounted to $65.

Health Savings Accounts
Health Savings Accounts will let you use your HSA card to pay for treatments with proof of payment.

Accepted forms of payment
Cash, Check, Venmo and Credit Card. All Credit Cards will be charged a 3% transaction fee.

New to acupuncture? Here's what to expect!


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.

Book your acupuncture session today to begin your journey to holistic healing.

You've got questions, we've got answers!

While you may feel some mild discomfort during treatment, you will not feel pain. Sometimes, you won’t feel a thing! Often, you’ll feel a calming heaviness or a gentle tingling.
While the same kinds of needles are used for both acupuncture and dry needling, they are very different procedures. While acupuncture has been around for thousands of years, dry needling was developed in the last few decades. Dry needling is intended to treat pain, but currently, there is no consistency in training, guidelines, or licensure.
Most plans in Utah do not cover acupuncture, but because of its effectiveness and popularity, we expect this to change in the coming years. Currently I am a cash based practice with a few exceptions. I will bill your insurance company after a car wreck that is covered by your personal injury protection (PIP). I am also accredited with veteran affairs (VA) and bill them directly with a referral.
Most pain is caused by trauma to the soft tissue. Acupuncture involves the insertion of needles at specific points on the body to release endorphins, reduce inflammation, and restore movement and blood flow. Acupuncture helps the central nervous system relax and eases your soft tissue back into its natural state, essentially reactivating your body’s ability to self-heal.
The first step in acupuncture is the insertion of the needles at varying locations and depths dependent upon your problem. Next, your acupuncturist may gently move the needles or apply heat or gentle electrical pulses. The process can cause some discomfort, but it is not painful. Some patients feel nothing at all. Most often, patients experience heaviness or tingling where the needles are inserted. After the needles are removed, you may leave your appointment feeling “zen-ed out” as you would after a yoga class. Your first session may also include other modalities such as cupping, gua sha, moxa, infrared heat, bloodletting, or electro/e-stem depending on your needs.