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Services

(These prices reflect payment at the time of service)

Acupuncture   - Initial Session Starts at $140 (most cases $140)

                         - Follow-up Session Starts at $80 (most cases $80)

The initial acupuncture visit consists of completing a medical history and current symptomology to determine the correct diagnosis and treatment protocol.  The patient will then be given an acupuncture treatment.  Initial visit is 60 minutes and follow-up visits are 45-60 minutes.

Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture Session - $95

Stress Relieving Treatment - $50

Bodywork Treatment (Eastern/Tuina) - $25

Tui Na Massage, Cupping, Acupressure, Heat Therapy

Children under 10 - $60 /Session

Is acupuncture a placebo? Children and pets respond very well and quickly to acupressure and acupuncture treatment.  They normally feel very relaxed and often do not feel the tiny needles at all.

Amy has treated children as young as 2 weeks old with success!


Types of Payment Accepted: 

CASH / Checks / Credit Cards / Flex & HSA Cards

Accident? We bill to Auto Insurance and Workmans Comp, as they typically cover acupuncture treatment.

Health Insurance - A few insurance plans will cover acupuncture.  We are an out of network provider and will give you a superbill with everything you will need to get reimbursed for your care if you have acupuncture benefits covered in your plan.



Each patient receives health care that is customized for their individual needs.

An acupuncture session may include:

Acupuncture Needles thin, sterile, stainless steel needles are placed in specific acupuncture points. The needles are at least five times thinner than typical hypodermic needles and insertion is usually painless. You may feel a dull ache or tingling sensation when the needle is stimulated. Acupuncture is generally a very relaxing experience.

Acupressure: for needle-phobic patients, or small children who aren't keen on the idea of needles.  Also, a good therapy to bring home and teach the family.

Cuppinga heated glass cup applied to the skin, creating suction as a way of stimulating the flow of energy.  Cupping is effective in treating musculature pain conditions, the onset of a cold, cough, wheezing, stomach pain, and skin conditions to name a few.

Ear Seeds: A form of acupressure.  Tiny ear seeds affixed to the ear to create a constant low-level stimulation of acupoints. These are often the treatment of choice for appetite suppression, smoking cessation, or other forms of addiction.  These are also good for people not keen on the idea of needles. 

Infrared Heat Therapy:  The most resonant form of heat therapy for the human body, the wavelength nature of this heat penetrates much more deeply than other forms of heat. This deep penetration enables extensive stimulation of local circulation. With circulation comes blood and qi (energy), bringing in nutrients and removing toxins.

Tui Na Massage:  Chinese body work

Herbal Recommendations: The use of Chinese herbs are highly effective, cost efficient and have little or no side effects. They are also good for recuperation and building up resistance to diseases.

Dietary Therapy: Dietary therapy uses food to treat and prevent diseases. Food is medicine and medicine is food. What you eat determines your health and the quality of your life.

Magnet Therapy: Often used for pain management.

Electrical Stimulation: Very low level electrical current may be applied to the needle. This is often used for muscle spasms, pain conditions, weight loss, and to enhance point stimulation in general.

Moxabustion: The burning of a medicinal herb close to the skin, to warm the area and improve circulation.


amy kaiser Dolan, acupuncture, acupressure, cupping, tui na massage, spa, relax, nutrition, standard process, pain, stress, anxiety, depression, neuropathy, fibromyalgia, weight loss, quit smoking, grand rapids mn 55744


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