Hours & Rates:
Monday: 1pm-6pm &
*Community Clinic* last Monday of the month: 4-7pm
Return Visit (60 min): $105
Initial Visit (75 min): $130
We highly suggest requesting your first 2 appointments: the 75 minute initial evaluation and treatment and 1-2 weeks later, your 60 minute follow up. Although we don't often see folks weekly, we just like to make sure that your treatment is integrating in a good way.
Please send us an email if you have any questions!
Check or exact cash preferred, FHA/HSA and major debit & credit cards accepted.
Gift Certificates now available! Want me to mail it with a special message? Just shoot me an email!
It is my wish that East Asian Medicine be accessible to every member of our community. If these hours or rates are outside of your means, contact me to discuss a case-by-case arrangement.
I am now an approved provider for
- MVA (motor vehicle accident)
- PIP (personal injury protection)
- WA State Labor and Industries (L&I) low back pain claims only. Referral required before first visit. Please call, and I'm happy to assist.
I am currently considered an out-of-network provider for other insurances.
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:
Contact your insurance provider to find out if acupuncture is a covered out-of-network benefit.
Look up your annual deductible amount for out-of-network providers. It can often differ from your annual in-network deductible amount.
Utilize your FSA/HSA to max out tax savings.
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.