Initial Acupuncture Session $88 ($83 for members)
Follow up Sessions $82 ($76 for members)
Package of 5 Follow Up Sessions $225
60 Minute Acupuncture plus East West Massage $89
75 Minute Acupuncture plus East West Massage $107
At Round Rock Health and Wellness, we offer a wide variety of health treatments, including Acupuncture. Even though this treatment has been around for centuries, it has risen in popularity in recent years because of its effective way to treat certain injuries, as well as soreness and pain.
The treatment is based on the principle that energy flows through the body in harmonious pathways known as meridians. When an injury or illness occurs, these pathways can become blocked which creates an imbalance. Acupuncture is performed to influence and stimulate this natural flow with the use of thin needles that lightly penetrate. Acupuncture also helps to reduce insomnia and anxiety. Our seasoned and Licensed Acupuncturists believe many ailments we suffer from today are caused by imbalances in our body, and Acupuncture assists in correcting those imbalances. We are passionate about providing patients with this amazing noninvasive therapy, which promotes natural healing and overall well-being.
Reasons for Acupuncture
People use acupuncture for so many different reasons. It can be a procedure on its own, or combined with other treatments, such as massage therapy or chiropractic therapy. Some studies have shown that acupuncture reduces nausea during pregnancy, and also for those who are undergoing chemotherapy. It is commonly used for headaches, arthritis, lower back pain, anxiety and depression, and certain addictions.
Acupuncture treats a wide range of conditions, including but not limited to:
- Respiratory: allergies, cold, flu
- Circulatory: high blood pressure, low blood pressure, atherosclerosis, coronary heart disease
- Gastrointestinal: IBS, acid reflux, digestive difficulties
- Gynecological: premenstrual syndrome, painful periods, infertility, menopause
- Neurological: headaches, post-op pain, stroke recovery
- Immune: Immune system support
- Urogenital: UTIs, incontinence, sexual dysfunction
- Emotional: stress, anxiety, insomnia, depression
Other Acupuncture benefits include: weight control, detox and addiction support, relief from pain, relief from fibromyalgia
"Every Massage therapist and office staff member I have interacted with over the past 10 years have all been fabulous. I definitely recommend to everyone for both massage and chiropractic services! I have been a member for over 10 years and extremely happy with Round Rock Health & Wellness!"- C.P. / Google / Jun 12, 2017
"I LOVE Dr. Binner and Dr. Blaire! I always leave my chiropractic appointments feeling so much better than I did when I got there. My daughter and I are both patients there and love it!"- S.F. / Yelp / Jan 30, 2018
"This place has been life-saving! I have gone to them for a massage when I could barely walk and it made the world of difference. I also have gone to see Blair Miller for prenatal therapy to help get my body ready for birth and it has been life changing! She is amazing!!! Definitely recommend Round Rock Health & Wellness!"- A.H. / Google / Jan 28, 2018
"I’ve never been a fan of visiting the chiropractor due to poor prior experiences, so when my wife convinced me to visit Dr. Miller for the first time I was expecting more of the same. What I wasn’t expecting was how friendly the receptionist was with myself and my family. Also, Dr. Miller explained everything she was doing and by the time i was finished, I felt like I was two inches taller by the time I left and felt better than I have in a long time. I would highly recommend Dr. Miller to anyone!"- M.H. / Google / Jan 08, 2018
"Great! Saw doctor Blair and really liked it."- R.L. / Google / Jan 01, 2018
About the treatment
All patients are required to fill out a questionnaire and brief summary of the pain they are experiencing prior to treatment. (See Our NEW PATIENTS tab for the needed forms). atients should also eat a full meal at least 2 hours before their session. During private sessions, patients may need to remove their clothes for treatment, especially if patients are receiving treatment to their back, chest, abdominal area, or legs. Prior to treatment, the Acupuncturist may take your pulse and examine your tongue. This is all part of the diagnostic process.
Once the acupuncturist determines the point of tension and/or pain in your body, they will begin inserting needles. Don’t assume that the areas of discomfort are where the needles will be inserted. A patient may be suffering from shoulder pain, but the needles will actually be inserted in the ankle. Initial insertion of the needles may be uncomfortable, but this is normal. The Acupuncturist may stimulate a needle several times to produce further healing. Other techniques, such as microcurrent stimulation may also be included in the session. Microcurrent stimulation is the use of a hand-held device that produces very tiny electrical impulses. Removal of the needles are typically painless.
What to Expect
Patients should wear loose clothing and may need to undress depending on the areas of treatment. Appropriate draping will be utilized if this is necessary. As the treatment progresses, you might feel a tingling, distended, warm, or slightly electric feel around the needles; these sensations are absolutely normal, called "Qi sensation". (Of course, if any needle is uncomfortable in any way, your practitioner will be there to adjust it or remove it altogether). Following treatment, patients can expect to feel very relaxed and should give themselves some time to reorient themselves before driving. Sessions will range from 30 minutes to 1.5 hour depending on the condition(s) being treated. Many of our patients come back routinely for additional treatments as needed. This varies depending on what is being addressed.
Plan Your Procedure
Pain Relief with Acupuncture
If you are feeling physical or emotional discomfort, give acupuncture a try! Call or visit our website to schedule an appointment at Round Rock Health and Wellness in the Greater Austin, TX area.