Wondering about Acupuncture or Chinese Herbal Medicine?
Feel free to call me. We can chat about whether Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, or both are the right choice for you. We’ll figure it out together. 541-393-2369.
What Is Acupuncture?
My goal is to make sure Acupuncture is safe, relaxing, gentle, and effective, and I draw on my 16 years’ of experience to customize your treatment to help you on your health journey.
What Is Acupuncture Good For?
What Style Of Acupuncture Do You Use?
Less needles and faster, more long-lasting results are what you can expect with the style of Acupuncture I use most, Master Tung’s Acupuncture. But I also draw on my training and experience in TCM and Japanese styles of acupuncture when needed.
What Can I Expect To Happen During My Acupuncture Treatment?
Then I’ll remove the needles and you’ll be on your way.
Does Acupuncture Hurt?
I treated a 12 year old who was so nervous about getting Acupuncture needles his hands were gripping the sides of his table. Then when I put in the first needle, he burst out in a huge peal of laughter and said, “THAT WAS IT??!!” I said – yup. And all the tension drained out of his body for the rest of his treatment. People usually doze off during Acupuncture treatments, because it’s so comfortable and relaxing.
What Is Chinese Herbal Medicine?
Plus, I’ll help you keep your herbal combinations updated over time to support changing discomforts when needed then moving onto prevention and helping you achieve Radiant Health, known as health beyond danger.
More About My Training
- A New Patient Visit is $130 and lasts approximately 1.5-2 hours.
- A Returning Patient Visit is $60 and lasts 60-75 minutes.
- A Returning Patient Herbal Consultation is $50 and lasts 30 minutes
I don’t do any insurance billing directly, and payment is due at time of service via cash, card, or local check. However, I’m happy to give you a special “superbill” receipt you may be able to use to get reimbursed.
The only other thing I recommend is – don’t skip your last meal. So if your appointment is in the morning – be sure to eat breakfast. And if your appointment is in the afternoon – don’t skip lunch. Even a snack is fine. Just don’t come in without having eaten for more than 4-5 hours.
Feel free to call me. I’m happy to talk with you about whether Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, or both are the right choice for you. We can figure it out together. 541-393-2369. Or schedule your appointment in my (easy to use) online scheduling system right now.