Acupuncture treatment is an ancient form of medicine and has a long track record of helping with a wide range of ailments from back pain to infertility.
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Acupuncture uses needles on points along energy line to stimulate flow of energy and help your body heal itself. In addition to the Traditional Chinese Medicine approach, learn about other styles.
Choosing an acupuncturist is similar to choosing other health care providers. Make sure the person has the training and experience to treat your condition and is someone with whom you're comfortable.
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If the naturopath also has the MD credential then every plan will cover them. They choose to take insurance or not, all providers have to sign up with insurance plans for reimbursement. Unfortunately if they are a Doctor of Naturopathy, without other medical credentials you will have a difficult time finding coverage. An MD typically goes through 4 years of undergrad, 4 years of Medical school, 3 years of residency and then potentially 2 - 4 years of specialty training on top of that. Not many Naturopaths go through that type of education. MDs also have to work on cadavers, some other health care practitioners do this as well, but not many. Naturopaths offer valuable services. If you have a Naturopath MD in mind, then it is simple because they will have registered with insurance companies to accept payments. They will know what plans they accept payment from. As a pharmacist one of my classmates in addition to a doctorate in pharmacy also had a doctorate in that area. As a pharmacist we are also not covered by most insurance plans to have a "practice" reimbursement. We work on a fee-for-service basis or contract with specific plans or employers to offer their people our services. We work with individuals and provide their providers the information about our consults.
Some naturopaths, dieticians, pharmacists, chiropractors, and acupuncturists work within a physician practice - this is sometimes referred to as an integrated or integrative model. The fee for a naturopath is most often "fee for service." I hope this helps, best of luck finding the practitioner you are seeking.
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As a licensed neurologist and psychiatrist in China, as well as his decades of experience with acupuncture, I find him to be incredibly skilled.
I originally went to him as a final option before an epidural for my systemic back pain. At final try at avoiding surgery. ...More /> He read my MRI and flat out told me the process.
Twice week for 4-6 weeks.
I would feel some relief in two weeks and significant relief in six weeks.
After that once a week, then once every other week, etc.
It all happened as he said.
My pain went from 10 to never higher than 2.
I then stopped for 18 months.
The pain came back.
I got another 10 treatments in 5 weeks.
I have been doing that for several years (every 4-6 weeks).
I am fine.
Again, the pain may flair up to a 2 out of ten, but never worse than that.
He treats the issue(s) you have.
While he does take appointments, if he is really busy, I have had to wait 15 minutes. Usually, I go into a room within 5 minutes.
I had be going to another acupuncturist in NY for several years for keeping my back pain (due to sciatica) at bay.
The NY acupuncture works well, but the Dr. only .treats the specific ailment(s).
Dr. like this approach better. This is a full procedure with front and back sessions.
Of course, the back issue is the key, but after the full treatment I felt good all day.
Also, the room is designed to help you relax (I tend to meditate during treatment).
My only issue, which I will bring up on my next visit, is that I would like the the needles treating my back to be a longer session. It is currently 15 minutes. I would prefer 20-30 minutes.
Spouse and I scheduled an introductory session and treatment.
Totally professional and highly effective.
Provided relief for sciatica related pain along with joint pain.
May have assisted with ED issues. Highly recommend L. M. Price as a therapist and acupuncture professional.
Intro interview and diagnosis was 45 minutes and approximately 45 minutes of treatment.
visit to be with Dr.
scheduling so this was a good start. When I arrived i waited for a very
short time and was taken to one of her exam rooms. I explained what i
needed treatment for and she was quickly off to prepare. As it was my
first visit to acupuncture office i had No idea what to expect and Dr.
very little if anything at all to keep me informed about what was going on.
She would come in and do her thing and then would just leave without
barely saying a word.
I left feeling much better and this got better in the days following
the treatment. I was really taken back at her complete lack of any
bedside manner BUT I FELT BETTER so I was inclined to return! I did try a couple of other places so I would
have another reference point but have not found the same relief. I found other providers that coddled me more
and if this is what you are looking for Dr.
if you want results the Dr.
Also, insurance companies. Most of my treatments have been covered.”
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