Providers are not created equally and we are all different in the type of work and the level of our training. Our prices reflect a great value for the level of training, years of experience and effectiveness of the skill sets we combine. Clients always remark how different our treatments are from others- and hence our success.

* We do not offer consultations as there is very little we can address about treatment without performing an examination - the initial vist is your consultation  *

Initial Visit $165 - 60 minutes (Intake and Treatment)

Followup Visits:

 Internal Medicine Acupuncture & Herbal Eval. $85

 Dry Needling & Orthopedic Acupuncture w/ ART - $90    

 Followup Herbal Exam $50 + cost of herbs (separate).

We do accept Health Spending Accounts (HSA) and Flex Spending Accounts for ALL our Services.

We are NOT accepting new insurance patients.

We will provide a super bill for you to submit to your insurance for reimbursement at your request.

We do not bill secondary insurances nor take personal injury or worker's compensation cases.

*Medicare, Medical, Kaiser, Medicare and Tricare do not cover our services*

How should i prepare for my first visit?

Please note your first visit is for examination and treatment. We perform diagnosis and perhaps light treatment in terms of forming a concise diagnosis and evaluate whether we can accept you as a patient. From the diagnosis we shall have a report of findings to discuss what we found and what treatment would look like. If time allows and we are confident in your diagnosis we will perform treatment.

Dress accordingly- wear loose comfortable clothing that will allow for exposure of your effected are. Be prepared to expose your extremities up to the shoulder or mid-thigh. You may be asked to remove clothing and put on a medical gown if treatment requires an area of the torso to be exposed.

We will focus on one area per treatment- it is very important to control variables and focus our efforts to truly evaluate our effectiveness and your response to treatment.  

How Many Treatments Will I Need?