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First visit: $100

Follow-up: $65

* Package: $480/ 8 sessions ( = save $40)

* Long-term patients package: Ask us

** Senior $10 Discount

<Herbal Medicine>

Granule/Powder type: $40/ 10 days

Liquid extract: $350/ 30days

<Cancellation and no-show-up Policy>

4 hours cancellation policy: $20

No-show-up: $30

Simply call or text to (704) 228-1311, or email us

<Insurance/ Heath saving accounts/ Tax deductibles>

* Health Insurance: Surprisingly only a few health insurance companies provide acupuncture benefit in North Carolina. Contact your insurance company to verify your benefit.

* Flex Plans and Healthcare saving accounts accepted

* Tax deductions: Acupuncture treatments are considered as medical expenses.


               704) 228 - 1311

You can set up an initial appointment through the website, phone call, text message, or email.  

1. Please arrive on time and expect to spend about 45 minutes in the office for your first visit. Please wait in the waiting area, and we will assist you.

For your first visit

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2. Please wear comfortable shoes and loose clothes. Your shoes & socks must be taken off during session. Also, you should be able to roll up your sleeves above the elbows and pants above the knees. If your clothes are too tight, we can provide substitute clothes. 

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3. Please provide list of your medications through your first appointment link. You can also bring the list of them on your first visit.

Most Frequent Questions 

 Q: Is it safe/ Does it hurt?

 A: It is very safe and you feel no pain or minimal pain. There has been zero medical accident and sue case with Dr. Kim so far.

 Q: How many treatments will I need?

 A: The number of treatments varies from person to person. Some people    experience immediate relief after the first treatment, others may take months to see results. Chronic conditions usually take longer to resolve than acute problems. We generally suggest two or three treatments per week for the first two or three weeks, and we reevaluate and determine follow-up treatment plan. 

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