Frequently Asked Questions

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What Conditions Does Acupuncture Treat?

Acupuncture can treat many conditions from Chronic pain to Neurolgical conditions, Digestive issues to Physiological disorders.

Talk to us about your health issues and we will come up with a treatment plan.

Am I a Candidate for Acupuncture?

The medical literature shows acupuncture’s effect on nearly every biophysical system in the body. I’ve seen patients suffering from a wide variety of problems respond to acupuncture treatment when nothing else has worked. So, for most people, yes. Acupuncture is something you should absolutely explore!

While acupuncture is one of our services offered, in our clinic, Dr. Adams will meet with you and evaluate your specific needs to determine if you are a candidate for our services. Then, if you are a good candidate for our clinic, she will formulate a treatment plan tailored specifically to you. The majority of the time, her treatment plans draw from all of our services to give you the best comprehensive care, and get you the results you desire in the most expeditious method.

How Many Acupunture Treatments Will I Need?

The number of treatments needed differs from person to person. For complex or long-standing conditions, one or two treatments per week for several months may be recommended. For acute problems, usually few visits are required and for health maintenance we recommend monthly tune-ups.

Does Acupuncture Hurt?

No, it’s very comfortable. Most people end up taking a nap during their treatment and leave feeling refreshed and relaxed.

Is Acupuncture Covered by Insurance?

Insurance companies only like to cover treatments that don’t actually fix the problem. So we’re out of network for all insurance. Because of our choice to be out-of-network, you are in complete control of what treatments you get! Acupuncture treatments are very affordable.

What is Neuropathy?

Neuropathy is a condition where the nerves of the body are damaged or diseased. This leads to pain, tingling, burning sensations, as well as numbness. Nerve damage does not have to be permanent. Despite what your doctor may have said, you don’t have to “just live with it”. Contact us today!

Any other questions?

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