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Hours & Rates

Acupuncture & East Asian Medicine

Monday: 12pm-6pm & 

        *Connect Community Clinic* 

Most Mondays, donation based: 4:30-7pm

Rotating modalities offered including acupuncture, craniosacral therapy, personal training, physical therapy, pelvic health physical therapy and reflexology.  


Follow @tacomaeastasianmed on IG for the latest updates.


Tuesday: 9am-7pm

Wednesday: 8am-6pm

Thursday: 9am-7pm

Saturday: 10am-3pm


Return Visit (60 min): $105

Initial Visit (75 min): $130


For all new patients: we HIGHLY suggest scheduling your first 2 appointments:


1) the 75 minute initial evaluation and treatment and

2) 1-2 weeks later, your 60 minute follow up.

Please schedule both to ensure widest availability and so that we can follow up and make sure your initial treatment is integrating in a good way.

Acupuncture Tools


with Paula Davidson

Sunday: 12pm-5pm

60 min massage: $105

90 min luxurious stretch & massage: $150

Auto-accident (PIP) massage: please contact our clinic

Learn more about Paula's experience, techniques and her phenomenal treatments here.

Shoulder Massage


We are approved providers for

     - MVA (motor vehicle accident)

     - PIP (personal injury protection)

I am currently considered an out-of-network provider for all other insurance companies.


Why am I not contracted with insurance? I like the flexibility of offering accessible treatments to diverse communities and if I'm contracted with an insurance company I'm stuck abiding to inflexible fee structures. 

Want to bill your insurance company for an out-of-network benefit? See below.

How to submit for a medical reimbursement from your insurance carrier:

  1. Contact your insurance provider to find out if acupuncture is a covered out-of-network benefit. 

  2. Look up your annual deductible amount for out-of-network providers.  It can often differ from your annual in-network deductible amount.

  3. Utilize your FSA/HSA to max out tax savings.

  4. After you've completed payment for a treatment, you can submit a 'Superbill' to your insurance provider for potential reimbursement.

Superbills will be provided upon request.

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