Some points on the hands, face, or feet may be tender due to having less muscle. You may feel a small prick but it should fade quickly. Once the needles are in you may feel tingling, itching, or a dull achy sensation, these are all normal healing responses. Some patients do not feel anything, this is normal too.
Please feel encouraged to discuss with your provider any concerns or sensations you experience.
At this point in time, we do not accept insurance. We accept cash or card payments as well as HSA.
We are in the process of implementing super bills so patients may submit for reimbursement themselves.
Yes! There is an elevator located just outside our office. We also have gravity chairs for anyone who is uncomfortable laying down, and acupuncture can be administered while patients relax in wheelchairs.
Please feel free to reach out to see how we can accommodate your needs.
Nope! Acupuncture needles are one-time-use needles and are disposed into a biohazard box after each treatment. We take extra care ensuring each patient has a safe and enjoyable experience.
Short answer... yes! Acupuncture helps retrain the body to relax and heal itself so most conditions are likely to be respond positively with acupuncture. The duration and frequency of treatments is best determined with your provider at the time of visit as it is dependent on other variables. If you have specific questions about conditions, schedule a consult or send us a message.
A Master's degree or higher is required to take board exams and a state license is then issued to become a practicing acupuncturist in the U.S.
Dr. Cami has her doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine.
Watch Dr. Cami's video to learn more!