Acupuncture a Proven Treatment For Centuries

Also known as “Chinese Medicine,” Acupuncture has been used for thousands of years throughout Asia; it has finally caught on in the West. It is a safe, effective and natural way to bring healing into the body.

How Acupuncture Works

Acupuncture needles– thinner than a cat whisker—are strategically inserted into the muscle, releasing endorphins and triggering an immune response that brings greater blood flow to the area. This course of action relieves pain, increases range of motion, and promotes overall good health.

For Acute Pain, Chronic Pain And Overall Health Maintenance

Today, acupuncture is used predominantly in pain management clinics. Much has been written about the relief acupuncture brings to those suffering from back pain and other injuries such as a torn rotator cuff.  However, acupuncture can be highly effective in the treatment of infertility, allergies, hypertension, and headaches, including migraines. It is also recommended for psychological conditions such as depression and anxiety.

Needed Now More Than Ever

In today’s modern world, we suffer from various conditions caused by our lifestyle. Our bodies are stressed from sitting for long periods whether at a desk, on the couch, or in the car. Back and neck pain, joint problems, and hip issues are often the result of long periods in one position. On the other end of the spectrum is overuse –repetitive actions or the kind of exertion that weekend warriors put their bodies through. Acupuncture is a safe and effective way to approach these problems and correct them in a non-pharmaceutical and non-invasive way.

Let Me Help You

With my training in Shanghai, China, and more than 15 years of clinical practice, I can effectively treat a variety of acute and chronic pain –whether it’s due to trauma, overuse, a diminished range of motion or advancing age. Listed are some of the common conditions I see daily in my practice:


Adverse reaction to cancer therapy

Allergies food and environmental


Hiatal hernia


Trigeminal neuralgia

Headache and migraines


Knee pain

Low back pain

Malposition of fetus, correction of

Morning sickness

Nausea and vomiting

Neck pain

Periarthritis of shoulder

Pre/postoperative pain

Rheumatoid arthritis




Tennis elbow

Fee Schedule:

Initial Treatment / Intake: $90.00

Follow-up visits: $75.00

Treatment Packages:

Four for $40!

Receive four treatments (after Initial) for only $40 each!

Please check with your insurance carrier to see if your plan covers acupuncture. I can supply patients with a super-bill with the required info for you to be reimbursed.

Plans I currently accept include: Cigna, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield, Blue Cross Blue Shield Federal Employee Plan, and you may be eligible to use Health Care Flexible Spending Account credit for treatments.