Acupuncture is a Holistic Medicine rooted in ancient China. It helps the body to heal itself by correcting imbalances in the mind, body and spirit. Acupuncture can be used to relieve physical or emotional pain, manage illnesses or as preventative medicine. Needling is most commonly known in acupuncture, but it is only one of the many modalities acupuncturists use in Chinese Medicine. Cupping, Gua Sha, Moxibustion and Tui Na are a few others your acupuncturist may incorporate into your treatment. 


  • A thorough intake will be done online prior to initial appointment.
  • Other modalities used in Chinese Medicine include fire cupping, Moxibustion, Tui Na (Chinese massage), Electroacupuncture, Tuning Forks, Gua Sha, Auricular Acupuncture etc. Any of these may be included in a treatment session for no extra charge.  A treatment consisting only of these and no needles will be the same price as acupuncture.

Cupping PLUS

  • A thorough intake will be done online prior to initial appointment.
  • At least one other non-needling treatment will be added by your acupuncturist based on your need
    This may include Moxibustion, Tui Na (Chinese massage), Tuning Forks, Gua Sha or Essential Oil Aromatherapy
  • Helps with local pain and muscle tightness, promotes healthy energy (Qi) flow, helps to remove toxins in the skin and blood, aids in the reduction of hypertension, anxiety, fatigue.
  • This is a non-needling treatment


  • Acupuncture is performed in one ear and Vaccaria seeds placed in the other ear that can be worn for up to 5 days.
  • The ear is a microsystem of the body and many conditions can be treated by auricular acupuncture.
  • It is especially effective in treating pain, addictions, and emotional disturbances.
  • This is a 20-30 minute follow up visit for established Acupuncture patients