Three Pillars Services and Rates


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Acupuncture with an initial consultation (New patients only, 90 minutes):

includes complete health history review, health evaluation and exam, an individualized treatment plan, and Acupuncture. May include any or all of the following: Cupping, Gua Sha, Tui Na (Chinese medical massage), electroacupunture (EA), and others as appropriate for your condition

Acupuncture (60 minutes):

includes follow-up health evaluation and examination, and Acupuncture. May include any or all of the following: Cupping, Gua Sha, Tui Na (Chinese medical massage), electroacupunture (EA), lifestyle and nutritional plan, and others as appropriate for your condition. Follow-up visits may also include a prescription for *Chinese Herbal Medications.

New Patient Virtual Visit/Online Video Consult (New patients only, 60 minutes):

includes complete health history review and evaluation, review of any labs, blood work, urinalysis, or other diagnostic materials provided (must be received at least 24 hours in advance of appointment to permit thorough review prior to the virtual visit), and an individualized treatment plan. May include any or all of the following: Additional testing recommendations, *Chinese Herbal Medicine and/or supplement prescription, and nutritional/lifestyle recommendations as appropriate for your condition

Virtual Visit/Online Video Consult (Returning patients only, 30 minutes):

includes evaluation/progress report, review of any new labs, blood work, urinalysis, or other diagnostics, and an individualized treatment plan. May include any or all of the following: Additional testing recommendations, *Chinese Herbal Medicine and/or supplement prescription renewal or modification, and nutritional/lifestyle plan updates or modifications. Follow-up Virtual Visits are typically scheduled 2-6 weeks after your initial consultation to review additional testing, evaluate progress, and and make sure your prescriptions and treatment plan are up to date and appropriate

CranioSacral Therapy /CST (30 minutes):

CST “…is a gentle, hands-on approach that releases tensions deep in the body to relieve pain and dysfunction and improve whole-body health and performance…. Using a soft touch which is generally no greater than 5 grams – about the weight of a nickel – practitioners release restrictions in the soft tissues that surround the central nervous system. CST is increasingly used as a preventive health measure for its ability to bolster resistance to disease, and it’s effective for a wide range of medical problems associated with pain and dysfunction.”
source: “What is CranioSacral Therapy?

Chinese herbal medicine consultation, initial visit (60 minutes):

includes complete health history review, current health evaluation and examination, a *Chinese Herbal Medicine prescription, and development of an individualized treatment plan.

Chinese herbal medicine consultation, follow-up visit (30 minutes):

includes follow-up health evaluation and examination, a *Chinese Herbal Medicine prescription, and evaluation of your individualized treatment plan. This may include a lifestyle and nutritional plan as appropriate for your condition. Follow-up visits are typically scheduled 4-6 weeks after your initial consultation to make sure your prescription is up to date and appropriate for you as your formula has made changes in your health and wellbeing

*Note: There is an additional  charge for your Chinese Herbal Medication prescription or supplements. Chinese medicine charges vary slightly depending on the ingredients in your personalized prescription, however the cost is typically $2-3/day. Supplements charges can vary depending on what is appropriate for your condition. Specific costs will be determined at the time of your visit.

 

 

 

Additional services:

       Cupping/Gua Sha:

included with acupuncture treatments as appropriate. Learn more about Cupping in this article from Acupuncture Today: Cupping

Learn more about Gua Sha in this article from The Dr. Oz Show’s website: Scrape Away Pain: Gua Sha

More in-depth information from Arya Nielsen Ph.D., one of the top experts in modern research on Gua Sha, is available on her website: Welcome to Gua Sha

       Tui Na (Chinese Medical Massage):

included with acupuncture treatments as appropriate. Learn more about Tui Na in the article from Acupuncture today: Tuina

       Electroacupunture (EA):

included with acupuncture treatments as appropriate. Learn more about EA in this brief article from The Dr. Oz Show’s website: An Introduction to Electroacupuncture

A more in-depth explanation is available here: ELECTRO-ACUPUNCTURE

 

Three Pillars Acupuncture-02Standard Rates for Services:

Acupuncture and initial new patient consultation –  150 (120 with **TOS incentive)
Acupuncture – 100 (85 with **TOS incentive)
Virtual Visit: 60 minutes, New Patients – 120
Virtual Visit: 30 minutes, Returning patients – 70
Chinese herbal medicine initial new patient consultation – 120
Chinese herbal medicine  follow-up consultation – 70

**A Time of Service Incentive of 15-20%  may be available for patients who pay in full before or at time of service

CranioSacral Therapy (CST) – 70

Treatment Plans may be available:

For many conditions more than one treatment will be necessary. Because we want you to get the care you need, we may offer treatment plans of 3 or more visits as appropriate for your condition.
With a treatment plan you can reduce your cost per visit by up to 30% and help ensure you get the full result you want!

 

Please contact us to find out what options are best for you!