acupuncture fee for treatment

Free Phone Consultation:

15 mins, Free
If you have questions you would like addressed before scheduling your New Patient Appointment, Dawn Potter will be glad to speak with you over the phone for 15 minutes.

New Patient (In-Person) Appointment:

up to 90 mins, $150 – $180
Includes a medical history review, Oriental medical diagnosis, nutritional recommendations, herbal medicine selection, acupuncture treatment, and may include up to 15 minutes of a manual therapy such as massage, cupping, cold laser, gua sha or electro-stim. Also, if indicated, the demonstration of exercises or stretches to be done at home, self-care ideas, and the ordering of any appropriate functional medicine testing.

New Patient (Telehealth-Video) Appointment:

up to 60 mins, $130
Includes a medical history review, Oriental medical diagnosis, nutritional recommendations, and herbal medicine selection. Also, if indicated, the suggestion of self-care ideas and the ordering of any appropriate functional medicine testing. 

Follow-up (In-Person) Appointment:

up to 60 mins, $88  (Package discounts are available.)
Includes acupuncture treatment, possible herbal re-evaluation & selection, and up to 15 minutes of a manual therapy such as massage, cold laser, cupping, gua sha or electro-stim. Also, if indicated, the demonstration of stretches or exercises to be done at home, self-care ideas, and the ordering of any appropriate functional medicine testing.

Follow-up (Telehealth-Phone or Video) Appointment:

up to 30 mins, $55
This is a phone or video consult which includes a nutritional re-evaluation as well as an herbal medicine re-evaluation and selection, self-care ideas, and the ordering of any appropriate functional medicine testing.

Chinese Herbal Formulas & Nutritional Supplements:

prices vary

Insurance Information:

We are not in-network for any insurance company. Nor do we bill any insurance company. Acupuncture is not currently covered under Florida PIP. Though Medicare is starting to pay for some acupuncture, it is not currently paying Acupuncturists themselves for this service.

Payment is due at the time of service. We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express, as well as cash & checks.

Acupuncture qualifies for HSA and most Flexible-Spending accounts, and is tax-deductible as a medical expense.

If your insurance policy offers acupuncture benefits, we will be happy to provide you with a super-bill statement, which contains all of the diagnostic and treatment coding information needed, for you to submit to your insurance company so that you may be reimbursed.

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