California license requires a minimum
of 3,000 hours of study
in curriculum and passing of California licensing exam. To meet these
requirements, most likely one has to go to a TCM school
for 3-4 years after having acquired a college degree with all pre-med
the California licensing exam can be licensed in most other
states with or without NCCAOM certification, but not the other way
Q: How many treatments will it take to see results?
A: Acute conditions typically respond quickly, sometimes
being completely resolved in a single treatment. Chronic
conditions, on the other hand, often have deep roots in the environment
one lives in, and the way one has lived for years. These conditions,
being chronic and systematic, have evolved to affect every part of ones
physical body as well as ones mental state. If your current goal is to
deal with only the symptoms, they can be addressed like an acute issue
as the symptoms occur. If you would like to be disease-free and healthy
in the long run, it will likely take months of hard work both on our
part and yours to make it happen.
What should I be aware of before each acupuncture treatment?
A: Acupuncture is one of the safest medical procedures. There
very few side-effects associated with it when it is done by
well-trained professionals. To achieve maximum results, you want to
make sure that you are not hungry, thirsty, or extremely exhausted
before acupuncture treatments.
How much does the visit cost?
At Willow Pond acupuncture clinic you are charged a flat fee of $65 per
office visit for acupuncture, $45 for an herbal
consultation, and $75
for a 50
minute Tuina session.
These prices include all appropriate services, consultation,
assessments, diagnoses, and treatments (except herbs or other
products). There are no hidden charges, no padded fees, and
with your bill.
Q: How do I get to Willow Pond?
A: Willow Pond acupuncture clinic is located in north central Phoenix. For detailed directions, please call (602) 672
9225 or email us at email@example.com.
Q: How do I
make a payment?
A: We accept cash or check for our services. If a patient has
insurance coverage, we can provide super bills for their insurance
Q: How long is a visit?
A: The first visit is typically an hour and a half depending
your needs and the condition you want treated. Download the
forms by clicking here
to avoid taking the
time to fill them out on your first visit. Subsequent visits
typically about an hour or can be as short as 30 minutes depending on