Achieving Wellness & Pain Relief through Ancient Traditions, Acupuncture & Plant-based Medicine


What is TCM?

What is acupuncture?

What does it treat?

How does a practitioner know where to put the needles?

What is TCM diagnosis?

Does it hurt?

Is it safe?

What can I expect at my first appointment?

How do I recognize a qualified practitioner?

What is TCM Herbology?

How many treatments will I need?

What training do you have in Acupuncture?

Training in Herbs?


Physicians Rate Acupuncture Most Effective Alternative Treatment

Arthritis, Knee Pain


Infertility & Fertilization

Menopause & Hot Flashes

Neck, Shoulders, & Related Headache


Rates and Services

We specialize in making acupuncture accessible to people with limited or impaired mobility, people who are confined to wheelchairs, or just people who prefer the convenience and comfort of being treated in their residences.

We will go to you. We go to your home, office, apartment, place of residence, retirement home, assisted living facility.

Or you can come to us. We deduct $10 from our usual fees when we treat you at our home base.

Fees are based on a sliding scale, and range between $15 to $40, with an initial $10 fee for first time visits. You decide what you will pay in this range. We don't check your income. $15 is added for travel time if we go to you, with a minimum $30 fee.

Our focus is on social/community acupuncture, making acupuncture a people's based modality, accessible and affordable to everyone. We feel that excessively expensive fees deprive the uninsured, or underinsured, of access to acupuncture, which is often a crucial medical approach that is useful to treat many illnesses. Insurance has driven up acupuncture fees over the years. Our approach is a remedy to that problem. We adopted this approach when we observed that many of our closest friends and their families and loved ones could not afford acupuncture. We were not able to treat those whom we most wanted to help and treat, which defeated the reason for becoming an acupuncurist, which was to help people.

Using our alternative, community-based business model, which cuts out excessive overhead expenses, we are able to reduce fees to affordable rates. We do this by cutting time consuming interactions with insurance carriers, which can take more time and work than the actual treatments, and we use a home-based clinic. For a small office, this is an enourmous time saver and we avoid the cost of high rent office space. This way, instead of spending our time and resources working for insurance companies and office landlords, we work for you, the patient. Thus, while our fees for years had been $70 to $100 per treatment, we can now charge far less, and still do well.

We don't bill insurance. If you are insured, we can provide you with "superbills" which you may submit to your insurance provider for reimbursement. Our fees are as low or lower than typical insurance "co-pays".

We accept payment in the form of cash, check, debit cards, Visa and Mastercard, and Discover.