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I am a practicing acupuncturist in Davis, California for over 15 years. Other services: * Chinese Medicine * Spiritual Development * Meditation * Tai Chi

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Two hours of first visit done by a female PhD in oriental medicine and licensed acupuncturist include first evaluation, examination and painless acupuncture treatment with more than two adjunctive therapies at flat rate: * $99 - first visit * $85 - following visit (75-90 minutes) Pre-paid plan for: * $400 - for 5 visits * $750 - for 10 visits

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Try acupuncture today! ProActive Acupuncture is a health center that specializes in traditional Chinese medicine including the following: * Acupuncture * Herbal medicine * Nutrional consultation * Massage * Asian Energetics * Reiki Insurances are accepted! Our cash rates: 1 visit is for $125.00; return visits are for $85. Ask about our prepayment discount plans!

  • 11 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
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The Acupuncture and Wellness Center provides acupuncture, cupping, facial rejuvenation, aromatherapy, gemstone therapy, and much more. Afraid of needles? Not to worry! We can stimulate the necessary acupuncture points for your treatment with our Acutron Mentor micro-current machine! We provide quality and caring service for people of all ages. Come in and see what acupuncture is all about!

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Lamorinda Acupuncture and Healing Arts (LHA) is an integrative traditional Chinese medicine clinic offering effective and safe treatment of a broad range of chronic and acute medical issues. Our specialty is in the use of traditional Chinese medical techniques, such as herbal medicine, acupuncture, dietary therapies, tui na massage, and the integration of other modalities to form a holistic approach to treatment, in addition to being well versed in Western medical modalities. As acupuncture and Chinese medicine become more mainstream and less of a fringe medical option, the number of practitioners for you to choose from also increases. There are now over 12,000 licensed acupuncturists in the United States, with the greatest concentration right here in the Bay Area. As a potential patient, how do you choose the practitioner who's right for you? Here at Lamorinda Healing Arts, we believe that your relationship with your practitioner is every bit as important to the healing process as your practitioner's skill with his or her modality of choice. You may go to several different acupuncturists who employ the same techniques, perhaps even use the same points, but with one you experience a much greater improvement than with others. Why is this? Our experience in practice tells us that, beyond technique, point selection or even the placebo effect, a patient's ability to feel comforted, heard, and understood by his or her practitioner, "good rapport", is essential to a positive outcome. We pride ourselves on taking the time necessary to hear you out, to really connect person-to-person, and tailor our treatment to your individual needs. Philosophically, we're a little bit unlike the other clinics you have previously been to, for acupuncture or otherwise. We expect you to be curious, take an active role in your treatment, and do some assignment. We are expecting for results and quickly. We'll be happy to refer you to someone whom we believe is more equipped to do so if we don't get them. In that vein, we also believe that no healing approach is superior to any other; each is suitable to a given degree and for a given situation. We are glad to work with you, together with your other practitioners, to find the correct mix of treatment options to meet your specific needs. We work extensively with other medical doctors, acupuncturists, physical therapists, chiropractors, massage therapists, craniosacral workers, and others who may complement what we do. Most of those currently practicing Chinese medicine were trained in what we like to call "communist Chinese medicine", the standards developed by the current government of mainland China. While we were trained and tested in these methods as well, we are primarily informed by precommunist styles of practice learned through our mentors and the continuing education we received from them. We see medicine as an art as much as a science, as a sociological experience as much as a scientific one. As such, the concept of a medical "practice" is quite a literal interpretation of what we do. Every interaction, every view of a given condition is a unique opportunity not only for you to learn about the wisdom of traditional Chinese medicine but also for us to learn about your uniqueness in the context of your reasons for seeing us. Because to us, a medical practice is every bit as much a meditation on being human as it is a chance for healing and change.

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The most effective pain treatment or your visit is free. Safe: virtually free of side effects Clean: single use disposable needles only Understanding: needle-free treatments available

Acupuncture of Lodi
5.0
from 10 reviews
  • 18 years in business
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Jeff L.
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It is with extreme gratitude that I write these words on behalf of Dr. Scott Evans. I have been receiving treatment from Dr. Scott for nearly fifteen years. It was late 2002; I had just returned home to Lodi from a stint in rehab for opioid addiction stemming from debilitating chronic spinal pain due to injuries in a catastrophic motor vehicle accident. My pain level had been 9-10 for a decade. While in rehab I went through rigorous daily acupuncture treatments that miraculously broke up the pain cycle and left me @ 2-3 on the pain scale. Dr. Scott through his compassionate and attentive care has maintained that acceptable level of pain management and kept me free of opioid usage. The first few years my treatments were close to weekly. Now, I am able to maintain my health level with a treatment every three weeks. If you have an aversion to needles, fear not! Acupuncture needles are not at all like the ones used for an injection. They are thin and supple. Truly, you barely feel them. So, if you have a chronic condition and are at your wits end pick up the phone and call Dr. Scott Evans. Because until you have tried acupuncture you have not tried "everything"!!! In closing; I have unfortunately had reason to see many doctors in my sixty-five years. However, it has been my great fortune, to know Dr. Scott. Without a doubt; you would be hard pressed to ever find a physician more gentle and gentlemanly, more caring or compassionate or more professional and knowledgeable than Dr. Scott. Thank you & best wishes, Jeff L.

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Acupuncture, medical acupressure, myofascial release, and herbal medicine is provided in a relaxed environment necessary -- that is, for symptom relief. A list of conditions treated is listed on my website. Please go there for all of my information, including education, licenses, and testimonials. Thank you!

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We are serving the Davis, Sacramento, Woodland, Dixon, Vacaville, and Fairfield areas. We treat a wide variety of conditions including pain, stress, PMS, chronic fatigue, allergies, infertility, and much more. Please see the website for more details.

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I am a practitioner of traditional Chinese medicine including acupuncture, herbal medicine, moxibustion, dietary and lifestyle recommendations. During the initial visit, I have a lengthy intake with my clients to understand what brought them in for a treatment. We go through the medical and personal history, and daily lifestyle habits that can contribute to the situation the patient is currently experiencing. After the consultation, I read the pulse and tongue of each patient. This is an objective diagnostic procedure that helps me to fine-tune the treatment I am going to apply. Once the needles (or "pixie sticks" as I call them for the squeamish) are placed, the patient rests in a comfortable room for about 30 minutes. I provide a bell for you to ring in case you need any assistance during your resting time. After the needles are removed, we have a brief check-in to make sure everything is ok. Most people have sessions once per week for a period of a month so we can maximize the results with cumulative treatments. I am always happy to work with someone as often as they want to be seen - sometimes as infrequently as every six months.

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We provide acupuncture service and herbal consultation. We also use adjunctive therapy such as cupping, Moxa and Tui Na to improve the outcome of the treatment.

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Kalub Jarosh is a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist of Chinese Medicine in California. His primary area of specialization is anxiety, women's health and digestive conditions. He provides outstanding herbal products, acupuncture, wellness health packages and adjunct therapies. Kalub Jarosh Acupuncture is dedicated to making a change in it's patients well being and health. See his website for a complete list of conditions that are treatable by acupuncture and Chinese medicine. Question and answer with Kalub Jarosh L.Ac.: 1. What makes you different from other practitioners? I use biological feedback when I treat using both acupuncture and when I prescribe herbs. This means I look for a direct change in the body when I place a needle or test for a formula. I utilize the bodies' wisdom to balance itself. I believe the body is the most sensitive instrument in existence and has the ability and knowledge to return to a state of wellness with a little help. 2. What is biological feedback? This is the body's reaction to stimulation. I test certain areas to see if pain reduces, allergies change or lessen or if a particular symptom resolves completely. This is a Japanese technique I have been studying and practicing for 3 year now and it is very effective and immediate. Together the patient and I find the most effective treatment through the immediate feedback of the body. This approach allows me to treat with precision and effectiveness. I prescribe herbs in a similar way. 3. What is an initial appointment/session with you like? * I review an intake patient history form downloadable from my website. Next, I draw from numerous assessment techniques to measure tension in the soft tissue, muscles and check reflex response areas. * I than draw on traditional pulse and tongue diagnosis. * 45-60 minutes of acupuncture and other modalities treating the acute symptoms and supporting and strengthening the body so it can better resolve the underlying causes and conditions of the condition. 4. How long will it take to treat my health condition? This is a very common question and it really depends on your individual situation, the length of the ongoing condition and your health in this moment. I can usually give an accurate estimate during the initial free consultation. I speak with you for around 15 minutes on the phone or at my office to get a more detailed picture of your situation. I will let the potential new patient know if I can help or not based on my clinical experience and knowledge. I always encourage people to take advantage of the free consult. It is free valuable information for you and about you. Call us now and start feeling better today! Kalub Jarosh Acupuncture Clinic accepts most insurance plans that cover acupuncture and has a billing department to process all claims. Here are some insurance plans that we're able to bill for your visits: * Aetna * Cigna * United HealthCare * Blue Cross * Blue Shield * HealthNet * PacifiCare We also accept workers' compensation and personal injury (car accidents) claims. Wellness packages are available for ongoing care. This is a great way to get the most for your money. Call and ask us how! Pay at the beginning of the month for this type of wellness package. Call for details. Please contact us for a free phone consultation.

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Acupuncture was introduced to Japan from China in the 6th century, and it took its own evolutionary process. Here at Sakura Acupuncture, we want to understand your needs. Even moxibustion is done differently. In the tradition of the minimalism and elegance which is the characteristic of Japanese culture, when moxa is burnt on the skin, it is of the highest refinement and is rarely larger than pieces the size of sesame seeds. Call us today to start refreshing yourself! Our products include package deals, gift certificates, herbs, and Japanese and Taiwanese herbal medicine. We service all major brands. Our services include moxibustion (moxa), electrical stimulation, cupping, interdermal needles, Oriental herbal formula, consultations, and herbal therapy. Ou specialties include Japanese acupuncture, pediatric acupuncture, Oriental herbal medicine, smoking cessation, weight loss, aches and pains, arthritis, back, chronic conditions, and weight management .

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H's Massage & Acupuncture specializes in healing and rejuvenating. We offer professional massage by Asian masseuse; some of the services include: * Acupressure * Deep tissue * Swedish * Therapeutic We provide a warm, quiet, and relaxing atmosphere. Call us for appointment. Walk-ins are also welcome. We have the following schedule: * Monday to Friday, 10:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. * Saturdays 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. * Sunday off We are located at 2027 Grand Canal Boulevard no. 19, Stockton, CA 95207. Our services and fees are: * $90 per 90 minutes * $60 per 60 minutes * $45 per 30 minutes * 4 hours get $30 free Have a relax massage at March Lane in Stockton, CA.

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Affordable Acupuncture Now in the Tri-Valley Area Body in Balance is a unique clinic that offers both healing and relaxation, at an affordable rate. Using the ancient techniques of Traditional Chinese Medicine, including acupuncture, herbal remedies and cupping, Body in Balance can address most medical conditions, such as common cold, gynecological issues, back pain, any joint pain, anxiety, depression, headache, digestive and intestinal problems, such as irritable bowel, ulcers, acid reflux, indigestion, bloating, nausea, allergies, stress, fibromyalgia, weight loss, and much more! The sliding scale of $20 to $40.00 (plus $10 new client fee) makes visits both easy and affordable, so you can be treated as often as you need. For those unsure about acupuncture, needles are never placed in the areas of trauma or pain, as distal points (points on different areas of the body) are used, and there is no need to undress, since the majority of the points will be on your lower arms and legs. Treatments are given in comfortable reclining chairs, while soothing meditation music fills the room. Just come in, be treated, and relax, as you heal.

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