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Covered By Most Insurance Providers Under Acupuncture Extended Health Benefits.

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Acupuncture Initial Treatment

Review of complete health history, symptoms and recommended treatment plan.  May include Electro-Acupuncture, cupping therapy, heat therapy, nutritional and lifestyle recommendations. 

Acupuncture
Follow Up

Review of symptoms and Acupuncture treatment.  May include Electro Acupuncture, cupping therapy, heat therapy, nutritional and lifestyle recommendations.

Acupressure Hot Stone
Therapy Massage

The hot stone massage is a thermal therapy that involves the use of heated basalt stones (created from volcanic rock) while using massage techniques such as Swedish Massage to promote a feeling of deep relaxation and muscle tension release.

  • Include Acupuncture auricular balancing points and/or facial rejuvenation points to the above treatment $125

  • Add Facial massage with gua sha or facial cupping using aromatherapy to Acupressure hot stone treatment: $125.00

Facial Rejuvenation 
Acupuncture 

Facial Rejuvenation/Cosmetic Acupuncture is a specialized form of Acupuncture that encompasses a holistic treatment using points on the body and on the face.  This type of treatment focuses on increasing the flow of blood and Qi (energy) to the face, which innervates the facial muscles and the skin.  While visible results can be seen after the first visit, more lasting results may require several visits.

Treatments include the option of Facial Gu Sha or Facial cupping with Essential Oils

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Follow up

(Recommendation is 2 times per week for 10-12 weeks then once per month as maintenance).

Cosmetic Acupuncture targets common skin issues such as scars, acne, dull complexion, fine lines and wrinkles, loss of elasticity and muscle tone, jaw tension, signs of ageing, and overall skin health.

Treatments include the option of Facial Gu Sha or Facial cupping with Essential Oils.

Acupressure Hot Stone plus Auricular and/or Facial Acupuncture

Acupressure Hot Stone Massage with an add-on of Acupuncture needles in ears and/or facial points to address specific health concerns or stress reduction. A hot stone massage, thermal therapy that involves the use of heated basalt stones (created from volcanic rock).

The Acupuncturist will incorporate Traditional Chinese Medicine into your customized treatment addressing your health and wellness. 

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Acupressure Hot Stone Massage With An Add-On Of Facial Massage With Jade Roller Or Guasha Or Facial Cupping

Acupressure Hot StoneMassage with an add-on of Facial massage with GuaSha or Facial Cupping using aromatherapy. This is an excellent add-on to the treatment to address concerns of TMJ, Sinus issues, Headaches, Jaw tension and clenching and facial rejuvenation. The hot stone massage is a thermal therapy that involves using heated basalt stones (created from volcanic rock) while using massage techniques such as Swedish Massage to promote a feeling of deep relaxation and muscle tension release.

 

The Acupuncturist will incorporate Traditional Chinese Medicine into your customized treatment addressing your health and wellness. 

Acupressure Hot Stone Hand and Foot Treatment

Acupressure Hot stone Hand and Foot Treatment uses Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupressure Massage to treat imbalances, relaxation and soothe hands and feet. This treatment includes heat therapy with hot stones, hot towels and the soothing benefits of essential oils.

 

For an additional $20 add LED light therapy for facial rejuvenation.

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Bliss Facial

This treatment offers the use of massage techniques and tools that stem from Traditional Chinese Medicine practices and aromatherapy essential oils to balance the energy of the face and skin.  Cupping, Gua Sha, Jade or Rose Quartz roller and acupressure are used to release tense muscles and fascia, and improve lymphatic drainage as a result creating a beautiful facial glow.

This luxurious and relaxing treatment not only reduces stress and tension but can treat issues of Chronic Sinus issues, TMJ, Trigeminal Neuralgia, Jaw clenching, Acne Vulgaris, anti-aging, fine lines and wrinkles.

Treatment includes an LED facial using Celluma Medical Device.

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Celluma LED Light Therapy

Low-level-light therapy or photobiomodulation is based on Light Emitting Diode (LED) technology and is the application of light energy to the body for therapeutic benefits. 

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 1 Celluma Light Therapy Session

Celluma is a low-level light therapy device used to manage a variety of pain and skin conditions. LED Light Therapy improves circulation and lymphatics, restoring healthy skin function, and rejuvenating your skin through immediate and regular treatments. 

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2 Celluma Light Therapy Sessions

2 sessions per week are recommended for 4-6 weeks for chronic and acute Pain, inflammation, injuries and sports recovery treatments.

 

Price is per treatment and discount is reflected for two bookings per week. 

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3 Celluma Light Therapy Sessions

3 sessions per week are recommended for Facial Anti-Aging, Acne, Scars, and Skin concerns. Pain can also benefit from more frequent treatments per week.

 

Pricing is per treatment. The discount for 3 sessions is reflected in the per treatment price. 

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Free Consultation 

15 Min Complimentary Consultation For Any Of The Offered Treatments/Sessions.

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Initial Intake & Acupuncture Treatment

60 min

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$95.00

Acupuncture
Follow Up | Acupuncture

45 min

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$70.00

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Initial Intake & Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture

75 min

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$125.00

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Add Celluma LED To Any Treatment

30 min

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$20.00

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