You don’t have to see us in-person to see the benefits of our treatment. We utilize the entirety of Traditional Chinese Medicine, not just acupuncture. We can help with many conditions via telehealth. Because of the current state we are in due to COVID-19, you may be experiencing a spike in anxiety, stress, pain, sleeplessness and digestive issues -- these are all things we can help with. We can support you by providing:
Trigger point release and self-massage guidance
Yoga and physical exercise
If you’re not sure if we can help your symptoms, please call us at 843-410-9821 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
What happens during a telehealth appointment?
For a telehealth appointment, you will need a computer or smartphone with camera capabilities and internet access. When your appointment is confirmed, you will be given a video chat link that will allow you to connect with your practitioner once it’s time for your appointment.
During your appointment, I will listen to your health concerns and possibly look at your area(s) of trouble, just like a normal in-person appointment. Once we have an idea of what’s bothering you, we can provide you with our healing recommendations.
Since we are not doing any touching or needling during this appointment, you can expect it to be shorter than a normal visit to our clinic. Typically, our telehealth appointments last about 30 minutes.
How do I book an appointment?
Pricing and Payment
We know this is a difficult time for a lot of people right now for a variety of reasons, including financially. We don’t want you to have to choose between your budget and your health, so we are telehealth appointments at a discounted rate of $50
Payment will be taken at the conclusion of your appointment.
Telehealth appointments are covered by most insurance companies, however, we recommend you confirm with your insurance provider that your plan covers virtual visits before booking.
Is telehealth safe?
Yes! Telehealth is designed to help patients who cannot see a medical care provider in-person for whatever reason. Patients can still receive high-caliber care from their practitioner that will help improve their health.