Acupuncture of Powell
Initial Office Visit Consultation, History, Focused Examination, and Treatment: 120.00 at Time-of-Service, about 1.5 hours
Follow Up Office Visit: 85.00 at Time-of-Service, 45 minutes to 1 hour
Home or Facility: Initial Consultation: 140.00 Time of Service
Travel fee 20.00 within 20 mile radius of Powell. Additional equipment fee 30.00 if needed. Generally you may receive acupuncture treatment while sitting in your favorite recliner or lying on your bed.
Folliw up: 105.00 Time of Service fee
Chemo Support 90.00 Initial Office Visit, 65.00 per follow-up care.
Home Hospice Care 65.00 for Initial Treatment, and for follow-up care. 10 dollars travel expense 20 mile radius of Powell.
Auricular Acupuncture/ NADA
(As part of your regular acupuncture treatment there is no additional charge). There is an up-charge of 10.00 for Swarovski crystals bling used in place of traditional "ear seeds".
NADA Protocol is 55.00/ session.
If you wish only Auricular Acupuncture Therapy for treatment of other issues, the cost is 60.00
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), believes we possess an entire microcosm of our body's acupuncture points and channels in the outer ear. These are effective therapeutic points, often used in addition to the body for your treatment. Auricular acupuncture points can also used as a stand-alone therapeutic treatment modality.
The National Association of Detoxification and Addiction (NADA) has developed standard auricular acupuncture protocols to treat addiction, smoking cessation, compulsive behaviors, PTSD, and weight loss. Select Opioid Dependence on Home page to see and read more about NADA acupuncture. Also, for more information about the NADA protocols, click the following website link:
Chemotherapy Support or Home Hospice Care
Acupuncture during chemotherapy strengthens your immune system, supports your white cell count, treats nausea, diarrhea, and pain. It also calms the mind, allowing one to relax, and have restful and rejuvenating sleep. As support during radiation and chemotherapy, it makes a real difference in quality of life.
I completed extra training to certify in Hospice and Palliaitive Care Acupuncture to become a Certified Professional Member of the National Association of Hospice and Palliaitve Care Acupuncturists. https://www.nahpca.com/professional-directory/
As a relaxation and pain relief tool during Hospice Care, in your home, or that of a loved one, my professional and compassionate care will aid comfort and calmness.
Home Care is an additional 10.00 dollars (travel fee) Time-of-Service Payment for those living within a 20 mile radius of Powell, OH 43065.
Electroacupuncture is a highly effective holistic treatment for pain, nausea, and chronic ailments. In practice, it is actually very similar to traditional acupuncture. Using the exact same system of Chinese Medicine, I insert very thin and sterile needles into specific points along the meridians of your body. I then attach the needles to a device that delivers gentle electrical pulses between two points. This helps restore the healthy flow of Qi (vital air, blood, and body fluids) through your body, removing any blockages and clearing out stagnant areas, thus creating a stronger and clearer experience of health and well-being. I may use an electrical stimulation, or a laser device, for elecroacupuncture.
Cupping has been a part of Chinese Medicine for over 2,500 years. It relieves aches and pains, improves circulation, and also helps with respiratory and digestive issues. I simply place a specialized "cup" onto specific points on your body, and then use suction to draw your skin up into the cups. It doesn't hurt — it simply draws fresh blood to that area of your body, which facilitates the cleansing and strengthening of your Qi flow (vital air, blood and body fluids).
Areas are defined as Back, Abdomen, Buttocks, and Thighs
Tui Na is an ancient form of bodywork that is based on the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine. I use a variety of pressures and strokes along the meridians (energy pathways) of your body to both relax your muscles and also stimulate the flow of energy throughout your body. By treating both the physical (musculature) and vital air, blood, and body fluids (Qi), levels of your body at the same time, we can achieve enhanced results in your healing process.
Although Gua Sha is an ancient healing technique used by Chinese Medicine practitioners for thousands of years, it is relatively unknown in the West. It is recognized throughout Asia as a highly effective treatment for chronic pain conditions, stress, fatigue, and a host of other ailments.
First, Gua Sha oil is applied to a specific meridian/channel on your body. I then use a smooth round-edged object (such as a spoon) to apply short brisk strokes to that area. This creates red patches of skin (called "Sha"), detoxifying your blood and restoring the healthy flow if Qi (vital air, blood, and body fluids), to the area. There is no pain involved, and the Sha will fade in 2 to 3 days.
This could add up to fifteen (15) minutes to your acupuncture appointment.
What is Acupuncture Happy Hour? (Ahh)
You, and a few of your friends, gather in your home, or other chosen destination, for deep relaxation.
Ahh is your time. Seated comfortably in your space, you listen to calming music. The room is whisper quiet, or you may choose to play your favorite mellow tunes, while you receive gentle acupuncture on just a handful of acupoints. No disrobing required. Then you'll receive light non-needle stimulation of a few ear points. Breathe. Renew yourself with this wonderfully de-stressing indulgence. In about 30 minutes, I remove the body point needles. I'll have placed a few discreet, flesh colored ear "seeds" over select points of one ear, or you may choose to upgrade your ear seeds to Swarovski crystals bling, with solid 14k gold "seeds" for an additional 10 dollars
These seeds stay up to 5 days. You massage them a few times a day to reinforce and prolong the calming effects of your treatment. Simply peel them off after that time.
Travel is quoted within a 30 mile radius of Powell, OH. Other locations are open for discussion.