Rates As of January 2013

Acupuncture: First Time Visit$110
Acupuncture: Follow-Up Visit $65
Herbal Remedies $20 – $40

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Insurance

Dawna is an “out of network” acupuncture provider for most insurance companies. This means you pay the full rate upfront and your insurance company may reimburse you if you have a PPO or POS only. If you have HMO your insurance company will not reimburse you. She does not bill insurance companies directly.

How does insurance reimbursement work? After treatment, Dawna will provide you with a signed superbill that has all her provider information and medical codes on it. You then submit this superbill to your insurance company for reimbursement. You can submit it via fax or by mail. If you have acupuncture “out of network” benefits then there is a possibility you will get reimbursed by your insurance company.

How do you know if you have acupuncture out of network benefits? You will have to contact your insurance provider and ask them what your benefits are. Contact information for your insurance company can usually be found on your insurance card. Keep in mind that they only cover pain related conditions. So if you are coming in for fertility, allergies, or digestive issues your insurance company will not reimburse you.

Services

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is the insertion of tiny needles into specific points on the body. Acupuncture increases circulation and reduces inflammation to help promote healing. Read more at NCCAM »

Additional Services: $15 Extra

Acupressure

A type of massage in which finger pressure is used on specific bodily sites described in acupuncture therapy. Acupressure is used to promote healing without the use of needles.Read more at Wikipedia »

Cupping

Cupping involves the use of round vacuum cups that suck up the superficial layers of skin to enhance blood circulation in specific areas of the body. The cups can either remain in a fixed position or moved over a large surface area with oil massaged on the skin. Moving cupping feels like a massage. This may produce a deep redness, discoloration on the skin, which may persist for a few days. These marks are not an indication of complication or injury and resolve on their own. Read more at Acupuncture Today »

Herbology

Chinese herbs have been used for 3,000 years to promote the body’s own healing process. Read more at Wikipedia »

Massage

Massage can be used to relieve muscle tension, promote blood circulation, encourage lymph flow, and relieve tension and stress. Dawna has extensive training in massage and uses a wide variety of techniques including swedish, deep tissue, acupressure, and tui na that when used together create a unique and therapeutic massage.

Moxibustion

The application of indirect heat by burning the herb called Artimesiae Vulgaris, (commonly known as Mugwort) over a single acupuncture point or large surface area. This heat penetrates into the deeper muscle/fascial layer of the body creating a sensation of warmth. Moxibustion has been used in China for thousands of years. Read more at Acupuncture Today »

Nutritional Counseling

Sometimes all we need is to adjust our diet in order to get better. Nutritional advice is given based on your constitution and specific bodily needs.

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