Acupuncture

Our licensed acupuncturists are trained in traditional Chinese medicine for the treatment of a variety of ailments including fertility, pain management, autoimmune disorders, digestive disorders, insomnia, stress management, anxiety, depression and more. They provide a variety of treatment techniques including acupuncture, cupping, guasha, moxibustion therapy and nutritional counseling.

About Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine

Using a meridian mapping system, acupuncture utilizes the harmonious flow of qi, blood and bodily fluids to assist in healing and facilitate proper functioning of organs. Your practitioner will take into account your past health history, pulse and tongue qualities. By inserting fine, disposable needles into specific points along the body’s energetic pathways, or “meridians,” your practitioner will regulate the flow of qi, blood, and bodily fluids. Acupuncture needles are so thin that patients rarely feel them when they are inserted.

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Pricing

 # of sessions  Member     Nonmember  
 90-minute initial assessment*    $105  $120
 60-minute session      $79  $89
 Package of three 60-minute sessions  $219  $249
 Package of six 60-minute sessions  $420  $480

Prices subject to change
*90-minute initial assessment required for first time patients. Pay only $149 when you buy your initial assessment and first 60-minute hour follow-up session together. 

Purchase these services now by logging into My Wellness.

Before your first visit please complete this Acupuncture Health History form and bring with to your appointment.  

Insurance

Although Galter LifeCenter does not accept insurance, we can provide you with a receipt to submit to your insurer. Acupuncture services are covered by many Flexible Spending Accounts and Health Spending Accounts. Check with your insurance provider for details.

Gratuities

Galter LifeCenter has a no-gratuity policy. The best gift you can give is a referral or to come back and see us again

Sanitation and Safety Precautions

Read about the enhanced cleaning procedures and policies being used within our Integrative therapy department below:

  1. In an effort to protect the medically based and high-risk populations that we serve, masks are still required to be worn by the client and provider during acupuncture appointments.
  2. Please avoid hand-shaking, hugging and other unnecessary contact and keep “table talk” and pre-/post-session talk to a minimum.
  3. Providers and clients will wash hands or use hand sanitizer upon entering and before leaving the treatment room.
  4. ALL linens after every client will be placed in a separate bin to be laundered.
  5. Providers will use oxivir to thoroughly disinfect all surfaces and touch points in the treatment rooms.

Cancellation Policy

Galter LifeCenter has a 24-hour cancellation policy. If you need to cancel your appointment, contact the Courtesy Desk. Clients who call and cancel with less than 24 hours’ notice will be charged a $25 cancellation fee. Clients who do not show up for an appointment and do not call to cancel will be charged for the full session. These fees are used to pay the provider for their time.


To the Point Acupuncture-
Community Acupuncture

To the Point Acupuncture is currently unavailable... Coming soon!

Acupuncture patients are seen in a group setting for the application of needles-only acupuncture treatments. Seeing patients in a communal setting drastically reduces the cost of these services to the patient. Additionally, this service offers an opportunity to infuse social connection into your path to wellness – a component recognized by both Eastern and Western medicine as integral to well being!

Learn more about the services we offer.

To schedule an appointment please call the Courtesy Desk at 773-878-9936, ext. 5660. For more information about acupuncture email KKulans@schosp.org.



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