Rates and Services
For insured customer's you must call your insurance provider ahead of time to find out if acupuncture is in your plan, if so they will provide you with the appropriate details including a co-pay, deductible etc. Please bring your health insurance card and that information with you during the initial treatment. Initial treatments consist of a consultation and treatment, which may take up to 90 minutes to 2 hours. So please keep that in mind while scheduling. All follow up treatments consist of a brief follow up and treatment, which will take about 1 hour. The fee's are dependent on the treatment protocol provided during the treatment.
- For insurance customers fee's are based off of your insurance carrier
- For non-insured please call or email for pricing (email is the quickest way to get a hold of me)
There will be no additional costs for adjunctive therapies, they will be worked into the treatments as necessary. Adjunctive treatments include, cupping, guasha, plum blossom needling, moxabustion, heat lamp therapy and Ear Acupuncture.
Payment is due at time of service. I accept cash, checks, and credit cards. If you cannot make it to your appointment, please notify me at least 24 hours in advance. If you cancel within 24 hrs, a $25 cancellation fee will be requested. The same applies for not showing up with no notice. Please make sure you arrive on time, if you are more then 15 minutes late you may have to reschedule. You can arrive early, but please please do not arrive more then 30 mins early,
3 Strike Rule- If you cancel your appointment 3 times on the day of your appointment I will not be able to accept you as a patient anymore..
In NH, Medicare and Medicaid do not cover acupuncture
Insurance Coverage: In-Network provider for:
Cigna (No longer accepting due to poor provider relations)
Humana (No longer accepting due to poor provider relations)
Harvard Pilgrim Insurance (there are 2 kinds, please make sure I'm in your network)
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
Veterans have 100% covered treatments through the VA, please reach out to the VA and take the appropriate steps to receive acupuncture.