Acupuncture/Herbs

THE ART OF CHINESE MEDICINE

DSC_0347AcuSpa’s goal is to bring balance to every aspect of a person’s life.
There are no known side-effects to Chinese Medicine,
so why not try this natural, safe and effective traditional therapy.
Not just for feeling better, but for your well being!

TREATMENTS OFFERED

Health Analysis $50-75

(one time, first visit only) 45+ min
A comprehensive Chinese and Western Medical evaluation to determine your health needs.

Acupuncture $70/ First time Client $110( Includes health Analysis)

Acupuncture is the use of fine needles inserted into specific acupuncture points to restore your body balance and function, as it relates to Chinese Medicine. Health Analysis required.
45+ min

Acussage $140

This popular treatment combines the best of both worlds, acupuncture and massage, for a synergetic effect to heal the mind and body. Health Analysis required.
90 minutes

Pain Treatment $100

A combination of acupuncture, electro-stimulation, manual trigger point release, manual muscle test, myofacial release, deep tissue massage, or alpha-stimulation (CES). Health Analysis required.
60 minutes

Chinese Herbal Treatment

Used alone or with acupuncture for a synergetic effect to restore balance and harmony to the whole person. Available in Capsules or Powders. Health Analysis required. Prices vary.

Cosmetic Chinese Facial

Benefits circulation in the skin and muscles and reduces puffiness, sagging, fine lines and deep wrinkles.
Face Renewal $85
Face Rejuvenator $120

DSC_0349Add-On Treatments

Electro Stimulation $15

To stimulate muscle or reduce pain and inflammation.

Cupping $15

The use of suction cups on the skin to relieve various conditions.

Regional Massage $25

Local pain and tension relief.

Stress Reliever $20

FDA approved (CES) microcurrent for such conditions as:
Depression, Anxiety, Insomnia and Pain.

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

Who can benefit from it?

Acupuncture treats most ailments that people go to a general practitioner for. Also, anyone who seeks an alternative to western medicine.

Stress and life style habits are two of the main contributers to many of the ailments listed below. Stress caused by our daily schedules affects us all, but how is it affecting you individually?

Chinese Medicine is one of the safest, quickest and most comprehensive approaches to these ailments.
We seek to find the source of your ailment, treat it,
and if not cure it at least minimize its affect on you.
Such conditions as follows:

Ear, nose and throat:
Earaches, sinusitis, rhinitis, allergies, sinus headache

Respiratory:
Colds/flu, bronchitis, asthma, allergies

Gastrointestinal:
Food allergies, nausea, indigestion, diarrhea, constipation, ulcers, colitis, acid reflux, bloating and pain.

Gynecological:
Irregular cycle, endometriosis, PMS, infertility, UTI, menopause

Muscle & Joint Pain:
Golf/Tennis elbow, TMJ, sciatica, low back, arthritis, carpal tunnel, fibromyalgia, all joint pain.

Psychoemotional:
Depression, anxiety, insomnia, headache, migraine, post-stroke, dizziness, tinnitus

Circulatory system:
Hypertension, high blood pressure, palpitations, high cholesterol, arteriosclerosis.

How does it work?

Promotes and re-establishes the flow of Qi (chee) via a meridian channel network used to bring balance between areas of depleted Qi and areas of excess Qi to achieve optimum health.

Does it hurt?

acupuncture1Practically painless, not at all like receiving a regular shot, our needles are not much thicker than a hair. Initially you may not notice the needles are in place, other points you can expect some tingling, warmth, heaviness and euphoria. Treatments are endorphin-releasing. Most people find it very relaxing and even fall asleep!

How many treatments will I need?

A lot depends on your particular ailment and your individual compliance. There are stories of one treatment cures, but most imbalances can be corrected and you will fell better in 4-6 visits. Some more chronic conditions will likely require more visits and commitment to achieve wellness and remain symptom-free. AcuSpa acupuncturists are state licensed and use only disposable needles. AcuSpa’s goal is to bring balance to every aspect of a person’s life.

There are no known side-effects to Chinese Medicine, so why not try this natural, safe and effective traditional therapy. Not just for feeling better, but for your well being!

  • AcuSpa acupuncturists are state licensed and use only disposable needles.
  • AcuSpa recommends that you arrive 15-20 minutes early before your first appointment to fill-out necessary paperwork.
  • AcuSpa accepts some private insurance, personal injury, Employee FLEX Plan, and workers’ comp.