What to expect for your first treatment:
Acupuncture treatments are scheduled for 60 minutes, facial acupuncture treatments for 90 minutes. The acupuncturist will walk you through the diagnosis process. This includes taking the pulse at each wrist, observing the patient’s tongue and bodily appearance, asking a variety of questions, and palpating related areas of the body. Then the acupuncture needles are placed on the patient as they are laying down, using special clean needling techniques. The needles do not hurt. Sometimes you may feel a pinch when the needle punctures the skin, then you will no longer feel it. The patient relaxes for an average of twenty minutes. At the end of the treatment, the needles are gently removed and properly disposed of. If the patient agrees to herbal therapy, a prescription is made for the patient. If the patient is interested in injection therapy, the treatment is usually applied at this time, and takes about 5-10 minutes.
Acupuncture Treatments at Your Home are priced at $100 per hour including drive time, plus $0.54 per mile from Erie, CO. The following prices are for treatments at BodyPoint Medicine in Longmont:
30 Minute Chinese Herbal Consultation and Prescription- $40
60 Minute Acupuncture Treatment (Needle or Laser)- $80
Package of Five 60 Minute Acupuncture Treatments- $370
($30 in Savings)
Package of Ten 60 minute Acupuncture Treatments- $680
($120 in Savings)
90 Minute Facial Rejuvenation Treatment- $140
Package of Ten 90 Minute Acupuncture Treatments- $1200
($200 in Savings)
Acupuncture Injection Therapy-
$10 for the injection service, plus the $80 charge for a 60 minute acupuncture treatment, plus $10 per ampule used
(average of 1-5 ampules used depending on treatment, injection therapy usually starts at $100 with the first ampule)
Many insurance companies offer acupuncture as a covered benefit. Currently, Ra Harmony Asian Medicine do not bill insurance but can provide a receipt for possible reimbursement. The following codes and amounts are charged when billing insurance:
Acupuncture with one or more needles without electrical stimulation initial 15 minutes.
Each additional 15 minutes of treatment.
Acupuncture with one or more needles with electrical stimulation initial 15 minutes.
Each additional 15 minutes of treatment with electrical stimulation.
Infrared heat therapy.
Injection (1 or 2 muscles)
Injections (3 muscles)8