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Choose Between Two Options
- $35 for one acupuncture session ($90 value)
- $85 for three acupuncture sessions ($240 value)
A licensed acupuncturist places hair-thin needles along specific points of the body, helping to redirect energy flow for increased health. At the first appointment there will be an initial physical exam, in which an acupuncturist will ask about your health history and symptoms; feel free to ask any questions you may have.
Center for Integrated Eastern Medicine
Scot Somes—the licensed acupuncturist and owner of the Center for Integrated Eastern Medicine—believe that each person should take control of his or her own health. His sister Stephanie, who works as a clinic practitioner, agrees. Together, they facilitate this at their Eastern Medicine clinic, which also serves as a sports physical therapy center. Patients can bring their body back to balance with a detailed acupuncture session, or have a Tui Na massage, in which a therapist focuses on acupressure points without using needles. Each treatment can be customized to attend to certain symptoms, including migraines, allergies, digestive issues, and chronic pain. Scot and Stephanie can even prescribe Chinese herbs to help speed recovery or increase your empathy for pandas.