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The best way to avoid a season-ending injury is to seek treatment early.  Regular acupuncture treatments can prevent small imbalances from becoming full-blown injuries.  Acupuncture is also one of the most effective ways to speed the recovery of existing injuries.  We expect to see results quickly and will certainly refer you elsewhere if we think acupuncture cannot help your condition, as we have no interest in wasting your (or our!) time and money.


The initial intake includes a detailed review of your chief complaint and past injuries, as well as an assessment of constitutional and structural imbalances. This is followed by a full treatment.
Follow up treatments may include other modalities such as electroacupuncture, cupping, guasha, and Tui Na bodywork.
Acupuncture has a cumulative effect; this means if it requires two treatments to resolve your injury, you are better off coming in two times in one week than two times in one month. This option is meant to give athletes the opportunity to receive treatment frequently so that their injuries resolve quickly. Maintenance treatments do not include any adjunct therapies (acupuncture only). Because of the time constraint, patients presenting with a NEW condition should schedule a standard follow-up treatment to ensure there is enough time to fully assess and treat their injury. Maintenance treatments must be scheduled in-office or over the phone.


We are currently considered an out of network provider.  If your insurance covers acupuncture out of network, we will gladly provide you with the proper paperwork and billing codes to submit to your insurance provider for reimbursement.

Don't Let An Injury Throw Your Life Out of Balance.

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