What is Acupuncture?
Our acupuncturist is trained in a variety of eastern methods to strengthen, stimulate and relieve symptoms associated with muscle and joint, digestive, emotional, respiratory and neurological symptoms of disease. Not only is acupuncture virtually painless, it is also relaxing, enjoyable, safe, and effective.
Acupuncture Can Help With…
- Muscle & Joint Pain
- Stress, Anxiety & Depression
- Acid Reflux & Digestive Disorders
- Gynaecological Disorders
- Weight Management
- Smoking Cessation
- Fatigue & Low Energy
Types Of Acupuncture Services Offered
Acupuncture is a 3000 year old practice of inserting sterile, hair-fine needles at specific points in the body to strengthen, stimulate and relieve symptoms of disease
Auricular acupuncture is the stimulation of acupuncture points on the external ear surface for the diagnosis and treatment of health conditions in other areas of the body. The ear holds a microsystem of the body, consistent with the brain map discoveries of Canadian neuroscientist Wilder Penfield.
Moxibustion is a form of heat therapy in which dried plant material called mugwort is directly or indirectly burned on the surface of the skin. The heat created from this herb penetrates deep into tissue and helps to regenerate energy and blood, relax muscles, soothe joint pain, alleviates cold and encourage proper blood circulation
A partial vacuum is created in cups placed on the skin either by means of heat or suction, the suction pulls the skin up into the cup and away from the bone. Cupping works to alleviate pain by increasing the flow of blood and lymph to the area in need. It breaks up tight fascial tissues and helps relax muscles
Tui na is a form of Asian bodywork that goes back thousands of years. This form of massage is governed by Oriental medicine and follows many of the same guidelines as acupuncture
Acupuncture Appointment Options & Fees
- 60 Minute Initial Appointment ($100)
- 60 Minute Subsequent Treatment ($90)
- 30 Minute Cupping Session ($50)
- 90 Minute Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture ($120)
Is Acupuncture Covered By My Insurance?
Acupuncture services are covered by the majority of private health insurance plans. The specific amount of coverage will vary depending on your plan, so check with your insurance carrier to know for sure. If you have any questions or need help finding out your acupuncture benefits, please call the clinic at 902-700-6115.
Do I Need A Referral For Acupuncture?
For Acupuncture a referral is not necessary, however certain insurance companies will require a doctors referral for reimbursement. Please check with your insurance provider to determine if a referral is necessary. Should you have any questions, please call the clinic at 902-700-6115.fits, please call the clinic at 902-700-6115.
Which Companies Do You Provide Direct Billing For?
We can direct bill for most patients/clients who have the following insurance coverage:
- Blue Cross
- Great West Life
- Industrial Alliance
- Maximum Benefit
- Johnson Group
- Standard Life
- Sun Life
- Chambers of Commerce
What Is Your Cancellation Policy?
You may cancel your appointment anytime without charge up to 4 hours prior to your appointment.
What Methods Of Payments Do You Accept?
We currently accept Visa, Mastercard, debit, cheque, or cash.
How Much Does Acupuncture Cost?
- 60 Minute Initial Appointment is $100
- 30 Minute Subsequent Appointment is $60
- 45 Minute Subsequent Appointment is $75
- 60 Minute Subsequent Appointment is $90
- 30 Minute Cupping Session is $50
- 90 Minute Facial Rejuvenation Session $120
How Many Acupuncture Sessions Will I Need?
The number of sessions is always your choice. Many people book appointments to help relax,relieve pain and improve health and wellness, as needed. Based on your goals (such as injury management, etc), symptoms, history and physical assessment, our therapist may recommend a treatment plan to achieve your goals. For optimal health benefits, some people will book regularly scheduled appointments, similar to regular dentist visits.
Do You Treat Athletes?
Yes, a number of our clients are athletes ranging from weekend warrior, marathon runners and professional athletes.
Do You Treat Motor Vehicle Accidents?
Yes, we provide chiropractic for injury management, such as whiplash, following a motor vehicle accident. We direct bill to motor vehicle insurance companies.