Telehealth for Established Patients
Acupuncture is but one part of the vast and ancient system of Chinese Medicine. In addition, most acupuncturists, ourselves included, are very knowledgeable in western herbs and other alternative therapies that we use in conjunction with our Eastern Medical training. In our telehealth sessions, we check in on treatment progression and other health concerns that have arisen. We discuss diet, including what to eat and what not to eat, and share recipes. We look at self care techniques such as abdominal massage, at home moxibustion, guided meditations, castor oil packs, natural skin care, yoga, creative endeavors, etc. We check in on your herb and supplement regimen. We make sure you know when to seek professional western medical care. And last but not least, we make sure all your questions are answered and you feel more calm moving forward in this chaotic time.
During the coronavirus lockdown, we had to transition completely to telehealth. And although it was quite a shift from in person treatments, most patients found great benefit from our virtual time together. Now as we adjust to our ‘new normal’, utilizing telehealth is a safe and effective adjunct to in-person treatment, especially if you have a lot of questions about your condition, are in the vulnerable population, or are just feeling overwhelmed and isolated by everything that is going on. We are here to help!
Schedule Your Telehealth Session
Our new patient availability is very limited at this time, so you may want to call the office to inquire, especially if you do not see any availability in the online scheduling tool.
You can access our online scheduling tool HERE. Our telehealth offerings will show up at the top of our list of services. Depending on whether you are new or established, a fertility patient or pregnant woman, you will select your corresponding session type. Once booked, you will receive email confirmation, with a link to any paperwork that needs to be completed. And of course, you can always reach out with questions and concerns by calling the office at 502.882.0545 or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org