Chinese medicine evokes acupuncture to guide the body towards healing — use this holistic medicine for optimum health and wellness!

Going to your first appointment of any kind can stir anxiety and leave you wondering what to expect, and if you’ve never experienced acupuncture, letting a stranger poke you with needles may greatly raise your stress levels!

To calm your nerves before your appointment, refer to this page.

How Your First Acupuncture Appointment is Structured

A Complete Health History –

As a licensed acupuncturist, I want to know the roots of your health concerns and will spend a good deal of time asking you a variety of questions regarding your symptoms and lifestyle habits. such as eating and exercise, in addition to mental health and sleep patterns.

Chinese Medicine-Specific Diagnostics –

Chinese medicine approaches wellness much differently than traditional medicine, so we implement diagnostics, such as a pulse and tongue diagnostic tools. These diagnostics are crucial to your course of treatment, but are non-invasive and completely gentle.

Patient Treatment Plan –

After I’ve taken your medical history and completed the diagnostics, you will receive a comprehensive diagnosis and treatment plan — there are no guesses or assumptions in our acupuncture clinic, as we are transparent with exactly what we are doing. With the treatment plan, you will then receive an estimate of care and a timeline to which it will be addressed in.

Helpful Tips For Your First Acupuncture Appointment

To ensure the best treatment, consider the following:

  • Arrive on time to your acupuncture appointment
  • Stabilize your blood sugar by eating a snack or a light meal before a treatment
  • Wear comfortable clothing that can be easily rolled up on your legs and arms
  • Understand and implement your treatment plan outside of the office (taking herbs, exercising, etc.)
  • Commit to the treatment plan and recommended treatment timeline

Welcome wellness and schedule your appointment with our acupuncture clinic today!