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Your first acupuncture appointment will last 75 minutes and will consist of a health history conversation, and your first needle treatment. During this time our main focus is to get to know you and to understand your health concerns so that we can focus treatment on your needs. This is also a great opportunity for you to get a baseline awareness of your daily patterns that we will track together.
Subsequent treatments will last approximately 1 hour. During each session we will begin with a conversation to discuss your progress on your path of wellness and determine the areas for further improvement. The needle treatment is artfully designed for you in that moment to create the opening for new possibilities in your life. These can be physical, mental, emotional or spiritual in nature. It is all connected. We will also discuss practices you can do between treatments to assure the lasting effects you desire.
Initial Consultation - $95
Follow-up Treatments - $95
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Acupuncture for Fertility & Pregnancy
Bringing a human into the world is a powerful and miraculous act. We work with women and men in the months prior to conception to achieve the optimum health that will facilitate the body's ability to create a healthy child. Acupuncture can help you on your pre-pregnancy journey if you are undergoing IVF, IUI or natural conception.
We also work with women during their pregnancy to help them achieve wellness and comfort through this transformational time.
Initial Treatment - $95
Follow-up Treatment - $95
Acupuncturist, Billy J. Scott, MSOM, P.OM.
Billy graduated from AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine in Austin, Texas in 2008, where studies included an internship in Chengdu, China.
Since then, Billy has helped thousands of patients achieve their wellness goals through acupuncture, cupping, and moxibustion.
Billy is licensed as a Practitioner of Oriental Medicine (OM126) by the Pennsylvania State Board of Medicine.
Preparing for your Treatment
Please arrive 10 minutes early to complete a client intake form. Please do not wear make-up or perfume / cologne to your appointment. Also, please refrain from using any intoxicating substances at least 24 hours prior to and 24 hours following your treatment.
According to the World Health Organization, acupuncture is effectively used to treat the following symptoms and more:
low back pain
- neck pain
- tennis elbow
- knee pain
- tempromandibular (TMJ) dysfunction
- rheumatoid arthritis
- morning sickness
- nausea and vomiting
- menstrual cramps
- postoperative pain
- adverse reactions to radiation or chemotherapy
- allergic rhinitis, including hay fever
- depression (including depressive neurosis and depression following stroke)
Cupping for Pain Relief & Relaxation
Cupping can be thought of as “the inverse of massage”. It is similar to the practice of Tui Na, a traditional Chinese medicinal massage technique, using pressure to relieve pain in specific body parts, as well as along acupuncture channels, except it uses suction to achieve a similar goal. It gently pulls on muscle, fascia, and skin to engage several bodily systems simultaneously. The suction and negative pressure can relax stiff muscles, encourage blood flow, and sedate the nervous system. The cups are generally left on for 10 to 15 minutes, while the patient relaxes, and then oil can be applied, if desired. Cupping is typically combined with acupuncture in a common treatment, but can be used alone, as well.