Following guidance from state and local governments, the CDC, OSHA, and the NCCAOM (National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine), the following procedures have been put into place for in-office visits:
If you have any additional concerns or questions about Covid safety or acupuncture safety, please feel free to call or text any time!
Acupuncture is one part of a multifaceted approach to health, Traditional Chinese Medicine.
In a Telehealth session, we will discuss your health concerns and health history, and through this information, determine a Chinese Medical Diagnosis. Depending upon that information, a practitioner of Chinese Medicine can provide nutritional counsel, meditation guidance, acupressure suggestions, and/or lifestyle tweaks that can help your physical or emotional situation.
If you are curious and you've hesitated to take advantage of acupuncture in the past due to fear of needles, this is one way that you can take advantage of some of the additional benefits of Traditional Chinese Medicine.