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What to Expect

We are fully committed to the highest standards of care for our patients. Outlined below is a step-by-step walk-through of what to expect during your initial treatment. Followed by a summary of our Fees for each of our treatments. Finally we outline how to receive insurance reimbursement for our treatments and our late appointment cancellation policy. We look forward to helping you start your healing journey.

What To Expect

Treatment Stage 1

You will begin your acupuncture treatment by sitting in a comfortable chair in one of our treatment rooms where a practitioner will sit with you and discuss your health concerns. You will be asked questions unrelated to your health concerns. These questions are specifically tailored to assist the practitioner in developing a Traditional Chinese Medicine diagnosis that addresses your symptoms and the root of the health problem.
Initial Treatment
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Initial Treatment

60-90 Minutes

Acupuncture & Chinese Medical Assessment

  • Cupping

  • Gua sha

  • Moxibustion

  • Herbal Consult

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Follow-up Treatments

45-60 Minuites

Acupuncture & Chinese Medical Treatments

  • Cupping

  • Gua sha

  • Moxibustion

  • Meditation

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Cupping Therapy

20-30 Minutes

  • Fire Cupping

  • Flash cupping

  • Fixed cupping

  • Pneumatic cupping

  • Sliding cupping

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Herbal Consult

30-45 minutes

  • Onsite Herbal Pharmacy

  • Custom Tailored Herbal Formula

  • Certified Herbalist

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Helping patients minimize their out-of-pocket expenses for Traditional Chinese Medicine treatments is a priority for us. We may be able to assist you in receiving reimbursement from your insurance company for acupuncture treatments as an out-of-network provider. A superbill is essentially a detailed receipt of the services provided to you by your alternative medicine provider that is recognized by insurance companies. Super-bills provide all the information an insurance company needs to create a healthcare claim. Patients who submit superbills to their insurance companies can potentially get reimbursed for Traditional Chinese Medicine treatments


In order to receive a super-bill you must follow these steps:

  1. Contact your health insurance company in order to find out if they accept super-bills for acupuncture and/or other Traditional Chinese Medicine health services.

  2. An M.D. or a D.O. Needs to refer you to acupuncture. You will need the physician’s name and NPI number (which can be found online). This physician must give you an ICD-10 code. An ICD-10 code is a WHO certified listing of every health issue you can encounter. The goal of this system is to help insurance companies and healthcare practitioners make a diagnosis. Insurance companies will be reimbursing based off the codes given to you.

  3. Bring this information to us so we can make you a super-bill!

Cancellation & Missed Appointments

The American Acupuncture Institute requires 24 hours’ notice for all rescheduled appointments and cancellations; due to the nature of our business 24 hours’ notice to not accrue a forfeiture fee. While I understand that situations come up and emergencies happen, we do not double-book the schedule and late cancellations and missed appointments greatly impact our business.


Fees for missed appointments:
You may cancel or change your appointment up to 24 hours in advance of your treatment via our online booking feature or via phone. For changes or cancellations less than 24 hours in advance, you will be charged a forfeiture fee of $30 for any acupuncture appointment. If you fail to show up for your appointment you will be charged $30. Thank you for understanding.


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Start Healing

Traditional Chinese Medicine uses medical acupuncture to not only address symptoms of your health concerns, but also the root of the problem. For thousands of years traditional acupuncture has been used to diagnose, treat, and prevent illness by balancing internal organs, body fluids, muscles, and external factors to promote optimal health.

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