I have two locations in Manhattan
In the Flatiron district, I am located on 20th Street between 5th and 6th Avenue.
Uptown, I am on Fort Washington Avenue, one block from the 181st street A train stop.
*House calls are provided for those short on mobility and time, and those interested in the added privacy of a home/office visit.
Treatments are by appointment only. You will receive the address once your appointment has been confirmed.
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Initial Consultation and Treatment
1 hr - 1 hr 15 min. This includes a full medical history intake, tongue and pulse diagnosis, acupuncture treatment and herbal consultation
Follow Up Visits
45 min. - 1 hr We will review your progress since your last treatment including: food diaries, symptom/pain logs and reassess herbs if you are taking a formula. You will receive an acupuncture treatment and any of the TCM modalities that I find of benefit.
1 hr 15 min.
1/2 hr NADA protocol is used to ease the process of detoxification from substance abuse and the accompanying emotional, physical & psychological effects involved in addictions. 5 fine gauge needles are shallowly inserted into ear points to reduce stress, tonify the lungs, detoxify the Liver & Kidney. Treatments are very relaxing, with patients experiencing noticable reduction in cravings and anxiety and improved sleep.
House and Office Calls
1 hr For those in need of the added convenience and privacy of a home or office visit
*Treatment may include any of the following TCM modalities: Acupuncture, Chinese herbal rx, Tui Na (orthopedic massage), Qi Gong rehabilitative exercises, dietary and lifestyle recommendations
*Missed appointments or appointments cancelled without 24 hours notice will be charged the full session fee
If you provide me with a scan of the front and back of your insurance card and your date of birth I will be happy to check your policy for acupuncture coverage
I am a Cigna and Oxford provider. I also accept assignment for BCBS and UHC
Many employers now offer flex-spending benefits which can be applied toward acupuncture treatments
The Internal Revenue Service has allowed acupuncture to be deducted as a medical expense since 1973