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Safe, Natural & Effective Medicine

The oldest continuously practiced system of medicine in the world, acupuncture and Chinese Medicine works with the body’s natural energies to restore a state of vibrancy and balance. 

Using ancient diagnostic techniques to develop individualized treatment plans, Emma specializes in treating patients struggling with mental health including anxiety, depression, PTSD, and panic attacks, full spectrum women's health, and chronic, difficult to treat internal conditions 

Acupuncture: About
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Rates & Policies

Because each appointment time is scheduled just for you, we ask for a minimum of 24 hours advance notice if you need to reschedule. In the case of a personal emergency, sickness or inclement weather, exceptions will be made. 

Intake: $185

Due to the mask requirement, we do the initial visit in two parts: a 30 minute video call and a 1 hour initial treatment. This consists of a full health history and traditional diagnosis 

Follow up visits: $135

45-60 minutes.  Weekly treatment for at least 6 weeks is generally recommended, though the exact time frame will depend on the individual needs of the patient. 

Pediatric visits (children under 12): 

60 minute Intake: $135

30 minute Follow up: $60

Please note- the age of "adult" vs. "pediatric" treatment is subjective and will depend on the individual patient

Payment is due at the time of treatment.  Cash, check, and all major credit cards are accepted

FREE initial phone consultations are always available and generally last 10-15 minutes

Acupuncture: About


Acupuncture: FAQ

​Do you take insurance?

Yes and No. 

As of April 2024 we are accepting Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachuetts, with other insurance to come soon.  Verify your coverage for BCBS here

If you have insurance other than BCBS, and it covers out of network acupuncture, we can provide you with a receipt, or "Superbill," which you can submit for reimbursement. Make sure you call your insurance company to see what they cover, and how much they reimburse. 

Does acupuncture hurt?

Since each patient is different, everyone feels the needles differently. However, there is usually a sensation associated with needle insertion. This tells the practitioner and the patient that the needle is doing its work. Often sensations can feel like warmth, a dull pulsing sensation, or a pleasant feeling of heaviness. It should be noted that the acupuncture needles are nothing like the large hypodermic needles used in doctor's offices and hospitals. Acupuncture needles are solid, and the width of a few human hairs. 

Are the needles sterile?

YES! Absolutely! All needles are sterile, single use, filiform needles

Can I get acupuncture if I don't have anything specifically wrong with me?

Definitely. In fact, in ancient China, acupuncture was used more as preventive medicine than anything else. Many patients come for prevention, relaxation, and to maintain health once they are feeling better.  Read Emma's blog post on this subject for more information

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