Fee and Services
Before your appointment
- Wear loose clothing.
- Avoid treatment when excessively hungry or full.
- Notify us if you have a pacemaker, are on anticoagulants, or if you are
- Your first visit will be longer (about 75 minutes) than follow-up
visits (45 minutes) because your initial visit includes a review of your
medical history, and an introduction to various oriental medical practices.
Finally, specific points will be selected for the actual treatment, and you
will receive an estimate for the number of treatments needed for your
During and After your appointment
- During and immediately after treatment you may feel relaxed and
centered, have increased energy, or feel tired for a time. If you feel
tired, try to rest for 15 to 20 minutes or more. If you have increased
energy, don't over-do on it.
- You may feel mild heaviness, tingling or electric sensation either
around the needle or traveling up or down the affected meridian, or energy
pathway. This sensation is not uncomfortable, and the entire session is
often quite relaxing.
- You may have a delayed reaction in up to 24 hours after your treatment,
at which time you may notice a lessening of pain or symptoms.
- Some joint and muscle aches may feel more uncomfortable for up to 24
hours before they get better.
- Heavy exercise should be postponed for two hours after treatment to
allow the body to adjust to changes from acupuncture. Otherwise, light
exercise would be helpful for energy flow.
- There may be significant change in your condition after one or two
sessions, especially with acute problems. With more long-term problems, it
is not unusual to require six to ten treatments before seeing significant
changes. Acupuncture is a process that works in a cumulative manner to aid
the body toward health.
- Four to six treatments may be needed after symptoms are relieved to
stabilize the condition, ensure long-term relief, and improve general
Acupuncture Pain Care is
Chinese Medical Acupuncture in the piedmont at at NC (North Carolina). It
include Greensboro,Kernersville,High Point and Winston-Salem at North Carolina
(NC). The Office of Acupuncture Pain Care service for pain patients in
Greensboro and Kernersville,High Point and Winston-Salem.
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