New Patient

NEW PATIENT’S FIRST VISIT

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When you are ready to make your appointment, fill out the forms on the bottom of this page.  You may fill them out online and print, or you may print, fill out with ink.  You will need to bring them to your first appointment.
Then go to the Appointments Link, above right, and follow the simple steps to secure your spot during the allotted hours. Allow yourself an hour and a half on the first visit so you will not be rushed.
When you arrive sign yourself in then find an empty chair to sit in. The acupuncturist on staff will come and quietly ask you what you want treated and what time you would like to leave the clinic by.  Then you rock back in your recliner and relax.   Between 2-20 hair-thin acufibers will be inserted in strategic places on the body. After you have rested with them in for at least 20 minutes they will be painlessly removed and disposed of in a Sharps hazardous waste container.

SECOND VISIT AND ESTIMATED TREATMENT
If you have an acute issue and you respond well to the first session then you should likely return for a few more treatments closely spaced together. Then after that, just schedule an appointment any time you feel any symptoms coming back. The sooner you come in the better the results. If it’s a more chronic issue, then you will likely need to receive treatments for an extended period of time.  One of the great benefits of community-style acupuncture is that the low cost and the broader availability make it feasible for patients to come in as many times as needed in a week.

ATTENTION NEW PATIENTS
Please fill out the paperwork and bring it with you to your first appointment.  You may either fill it out online and then print it or print it first and fill it out by hand.  You must have this paperwork completed before we can treat you.

1)  Patient Information Form
2)  Required Legal Documents

IMPORTANT THINGS TO CONSIDER
1)   Be sure you’ve had something to eat before you come.
2)   Wear loose and comfortable clothing that will make it easy to access your arms and legs.
3)   If you have long hair, consider bringing a hair clip to hold your hair up off your neck.
4)   Put your phone on airplane mode.
5)   Bring soft music or a recorded meditation that you can relax to with your ear buds. (optional)
6)   Please respect the quiet environment and speak softly.