Acupuncture Hours:

  Open Close Open Close
Monday 9:00     5:30
Tuesday 9:00 1:00    
Wednesday     2:00 6:00
Thursday     Closed Closed
Friday   Closed Closed
Saturday     Closed Closed
Sunday Closed Closed Closed Closed

What to expect:

Initially, the acupuncture patient will complete a health history questionnaire. The acupuncturist then will interview the patient, asking about his or her primary health concern, lifestyle habits, diet, emotions, menstrual cycle, sleep, temperature, appetite, stress, and sensitivity to foods, temperature, and seasons. During the interview, the acupuncturist will examine the client carefully, noting his or her face color, voice, and tongue color and coating. There are also three pulse points at the wrist of each hand that the acupuncturist will assess to further determine the health of the 12 meridians.

After the interview, the acupuncturist gives a diagnosis and begins treatment. Typically, the acupuncturist will use 6-12 needles during the treatment. The number of needles used does not directly relate to the intensity of the acupuncture treatment, as it is the precise placement of the needles that is important.

Initially the patient may feel a slight sting or prick, but after the needle is inserted, there should be no pain. You should feel comfortable during the treatment. If you experience pain, numbness, or discomfort, notify the acupuncturist immediately.

Treatment length varies from seconds to longer than one hour. The typical length is about 20 to 30 minutes.

Insurance / Managed Care Plans Accepted:

Types of Payment Accepted:

Discover, Visa, and Master Card, cash, and personal checks

Emergency / After hours information:

Our office has a 24-hour answering machine, which you can reach at:

(925) 484-0191