New Patient sessions last between 1 hour and 20 minutes to 1 hour and 30 minutes. Your first visit includes an in-depth discussion of your health concerns. You will be assessed from a Chinese Medicine Diagnostic approach, which may include having your pulses taken, looking at your tongue and palpating your abdomen. Chinese Medical Diagnosis will be followed by a treatment. Children's sessions are typically shorter, lasting between 45-60 minutes.

Return patient sessions last between 1 hour and 1 hour and 15 minutes. For all follow-up appointments, we will briefly talk about your current health condition and the progress you made from the last treatment. Children's sessions are typically shorter, lasting between 20-45 minutes.

Medical massage (Tui Na) sessions are 1 hour long. During the session we briefly discuss your health concerns and do any necessary muscle/joint assessments.

Combo Acupuncture and massage -- Are typically one and a half hours in length. If you are a new patient at least 30 minutes of your first "combo" session will be spent on your intake and Chinese Medicine diagnosis.

Reiki sessions are typically 1 hour long.


ServiceRateSession Length

New Patient Adult$1501 hour 20 minutes - 1 hour 30 minutes
New Patient (Children 5 and under)$15045-60 minutes
Return Patients Adult$951 hour - 1 hour and 15 minutes
Return Patients (Children 5 and under)$9020-45 minutes

Medical massage (Tui Na)$951 hour
Medical massage (Tui Na)$1101 hour and 15 minutes
Medical massage (Tui Na)$1251 hour and 30 minutes

Combo Acupuncture and Massage$1551 hour and 30 minutes
Reiki$851 hour
Craniosacral Therapy$1101 hour

Payment Options

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Acupuncture Health Company does not submit insurance directly, because currently most patients do not have coverage for acupuncture. We can provide you with a form in which you can submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. If you have a flexible spending account through your employer it may be used to pay for acupuncture treatment with pre-tax dollars. Please check with your insurance company for their rules about acupuncture coverage and reimbursement.