Fees

PostersWe have a sliding scale of $15 to $35 per treatment.

For thousands of years, acupuncture has been a “people’s medicine”: low-tech, inexpensive, easily available, and very quiet.  Only in the US in the last thirty years did acupuncture become a luxury item for only wealthy people, with a cost of $50 to $250 per treatment, individual treatment rooms, and lots of talking.  We have eliminated the unnecessary talking and the unnecessarily high prices.

There is a one-time $10 new patient paperwork fee with your first appointment.  Acupuncture appointments are on a sliding scale of $15-$35 per treatment.  Please pay us whatever you feel comfortable with on that scale, keeping in mind that you may need a series of treatments.  If the cost of treatment is an issue, please let us know before discontinuing treatment.  Our goal is to make acupuncture accessible and affordable; we want you to come in often enough to get better and stay better.  We understand that everyone’s situation is different, and our primary goal is to make acupuncture available to you as often as you need it.

We have no relationship with insurance companies, because insurance companies do not like sliding scales.  If you have insurance that covers acupuncture, we can give you a receipt to submit, but we cannot bill your insurance for you.

Children under 15

Acupuncture for children under 15-years-old costs only $1 per year old, plus the $10 new patient paperwork fee.

Treatment Packages

10 Treatments: $150-$350
5 Treatments: $75-$175

Treatment packages are not transferable or refundable and can only be used by patient listed on treatment card.  Appointments missed without 12 hours notice will be deducted.  Treatment packages do not expire.

Unlimited acupuncture for one month.

Have a chronic condition and want to get a lot of acupuncture? Come in as often as you would like for one month.  $160-$200 sliding scale.  No refunds or extensions.  One month is four full weeks.

We do not take insurance.

Because our fees are often less than an insurance co-pay, we do not accept insurance, only cash, credit card or check.  Some insurance companies will reimburse you if you submit your receipts.  Also, some Health Savings Accounts (HSA) and Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) cover acupuncture, and we are often able to accept those for payment.