Initial Consultation & Treatment

90 Minutes: $150

Follow Up

60 minutes: $100

Pediatric Initial Consultation & Treatment

60 Minutes: $100

Pediatric Follow Up Treatment

30-45 Minutes: $75

Pediatric Visits are for children age 12 and under

Cancellation Policy

Your appointment time is reserved especially for you. Kindly contact Amy 24 hours in advance of your appointment time with a request to reschedule or need for cancelation. Missed appointments, “no shows” or cancelations with less than 24 hours’ notice, are subject to a $50 cancelation fee.  

What is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture is the use of extremely thin disposable sterile surgical stainless-steel needles (as thin as 0.16mm; strand of hair can be 0.12mm) which are inserted into the skin in various locations all over the body. Acupuncture is really the instrument that allows Chinese Medicine to “work its healing magic” on disease and disharmony rooted deep inside the body. 

Traditional Chinese Medicine has been researched, studied and applied to the body for well over 2,000 years. It’s theories and practices have been proven to be a safe and natural approach to healing.  Chinese Medicine looks at the entire body, each of its individual systems and how they interact with one another to determine the root cause of where the body’s disease or disharmony is coming from. Working the root cause is the only way to truly resolve the disease or disharmony and get you back to health and wellness. Chinese Medicine utilizes acupuncture to activate the body’s own natural healing abilities to resolve the disease or disharmony. It can also strengthen and support the body to help prevent future illness and disease. 

There are two styles of Acupuncture that can be used to apply Chinese Medicine to the body: Chinese or Japanese.

Chinese Style Acupuncture (Traditional)

Chinese Style Acupuncture is the more common and more traditional approach to applying Chinese Medicine to the body. It involves using super fine sterile stainless-steel needles into designated acupuncture points located all over the body.

Japanese Style Acupuncture (non-needle options)

Japanese Style Acupuncture is less common and requires additional formal training and education. The Japanese approach is similar to the Chinese Style, in that it utilizes acupuncture points located all over the body, but it is uses significantly fewer stainless-steel needles which are thinner and gentler than those used in Chinese Acupuncture. Japanese Acupuncture also offers a variety of non-needle instruments that can be used instead of stainless-steel needles for patients who are needle phobic, for children of all ages and for the elderly.

What’s included in my session?

Pricing for Consultations, Treatments and Follow Up Treatments include Chinese and/or Japanese Acupuncture as well as any additional Chinese Medicine modalities, as determined to be appropriate by the practitioner. Modalities can include various forms of moxibustion, cupping, fire cupping, Gua Sha, electrical stimulation, Tui Na, heat lamp, heating pads and Auricular Acupuncture. 

What does acupuncture treat?

Because Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture work to address the disease and disharmony from its root cause, deep within the body, there really are not many things that acupuncture cannot effectively treat.

According to the National Institute of Health (NIH), studies have shown the effectiveness of acupuncture in treatment for:

  • Nausea
  • Addiction (all forms)
  • Headaches
  • Menstrual Cramps
  • Tennis Elbrow
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Myofascial Pain
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Low Back Pain
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Asthma
  • Strock Rehabilitation

Acupuncture can also be an effective form of treatment for:

  • Digestive issues including gastritis, irritable bowel syndrome, acid reflux, GERD, constipation/diarrhea and hemorrhoids
  • Emotional issues such as anxiety, depression, insomnia, stress, nervousness and neurosis Ear, Eye & Throat issues: rhinitis, sinusitis, sore throat and TMJ pain/muscle fatigue
  • Reproductive Health: menstrual pain, cramping, light/heavy flow, infertility (female & male) Musculoskeletal pain including chronic pain from arthritis, back pain, neck pain, knee pain, sciatica, muscle pain, cramping or weakness
  • Neurological conditions such as headaches, migraines, stroke rehabilitation, Parkinson’s Disease and Bell’s Palsy
  • Respiratory Disease such as asthma, bronchitis and long haul COVID symptoms
  • Pregnancy: turn the fetus when in breach position, labor preparation and induction (when determined to be appropriate a licensed obstetrician)
Amy Leonard in white acupuncture coat


Amy Leonard, Lic. Ac. is our licensed Acupuncturist and is educated and trained in both Chinese & Japanese Styles of Acupuncture. Amy uses a combination of both Chinese & Japanese Styles of Acupuncture or will determine which style is most appropriate based on individual patient needs. If you have a specific request for one style verses the other don’t hesitate to mention that during the Initial Consultation. Amy welcomes patients of all ages and preferences. 

If you have additional questions about acupuncture or whether it is the right form of treatment for you, please don’t hesitate to call or e-mail to discuss further.