As the state's vaccination rate continues to improve, we've decided to return reflexology to our list of available services. Masks continue to be required (and will be for the foreseeable future as of right now), but as more and more of our patients report being fully vaccinated, with our practitioner being fully vaccinated, and with a better understanding of how these vaccines are working in the real world, we feel it's finally safe enough to spend the required amount of face-to-face time in a closed, indoor, shared space. Our TCM facial treatment is still not generally available for the time being as we continue to consider the variables, since the service would require removal of one's mask. Having said that, we will consider requests for this service on a case-by-case basis, provided that all involved are fully vaccinated (meaning it's been at least two weeks past the administration of the second dose of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine series or two weeks past the administration of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine). TCM facial services will only be considered at this time for those being treated for conditions in which a facial treatment is determined as medically necessary, like TMJ dysfunction and bruxism (teeth grinding/jaw clenching). Please get in touch with us to inquire, and make sure to bring your vaccination card with you so we can scan it to your chart!
Vaccination appointments are said to be readily available with little wait time now. If you're wanting to get vaccinated, but are having trouble finding a site, signing up for an appointment, or finding transportation to your appointment, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. We'd be happy to help with any of these circumstances (and any others that may be getting in the way of you getting vaccinated). Please understand that while we cannot legally give any advice as to whether someone is a good candidate for the vaccine or recommend for or against deciding to take the vaccine, we do feel strongly that anyone who wants to take the vaccine should be able to do so, and we'd be happy to help close any gaps in accessibility that we can. We'd also like to note that we'd also be happy to help ease any potential symptomatic immune reactions that may come up in the days following vaccination, whether that's acupuncture for the head and body aches or picking up a takeout order to deliver it to your door. Please let us know how we can help.
In unrelated (somewhat related?) news, the Louisville Acupuncture Project has scheduled its next donation-based community clinic for veterans, first responders, and their families. Catch us at Highlands Community Ministries (at 1228 E. Breckinridge St, 40204) on Wednesday, May 19 at 6 pm. Plan to arrive between 6 and 6:45 to ensure that you have ample time to be seen and relax. Masks are required (please wear them properly for the entire duration of your visit with us!), and we ask that you ring the doorbell when you arrive to let us know you're there. We'll come get you when there's space and a practitioner available to get you treated. We'll be meeting the first and third Wednesday of the month from then on (as of right now), and will be rotating through practitioners from session to session. We've missed you all, and very much look forward to seeing the upper third of your faces! There's an event on Facebook that you can RSVP to, and we'd welcome you to share it and invite your veteran and first responder friends who may be interested in giving community style acupuncture a try.
As our schedule gets busier from week to week, we'd like to take a moment to express our profound gratitude to all of you for helping us get through this past year. As cliche as the "uncertain times" phrase has become, it's apt, and we very much appreciate all of you for your faith in us and your support for us. Without you, we wouldn't have made it through the last 14 months. Life may not be back to normal completely just yet, but it's much closer than it could be, and we are forever grateful to be able to continue providing you with the best Traditional Chinese Medicine services that we can.
Without you, we cannot be. A phrase that started over a year ago, with no guarantee that we would continue to exist as we'd dreamed, that carries just as much hope and love now as it did then, if not more.
In-office services are by appointment only at this time.
Monday 10 am - 4 pm
Tuesday 10 am - 3 pm
Wednesday 10 am - 8 pm
Friday 10 am - 1 pm
Saturday 4 pm - 8 pm
Additional hours may be available outside of regularly scheduled office hours - please contact us to inquire
A holistic and integrative approach to healthcare.
"The part can never be well unless the whole is well." - Plato
At Healthy Point Acupuncture, we take a holistic and integrative approach to your healthcare, treating you like the unique individual you are and working with your Western medicine practitioners to ensure you get the best care possible.
Whether it's musculoskeletal pain, headaches, anxiety, problems sleeping, or good old fashioned stress, our number one priority is getting you back to healthy so you can continue to do the things you love. Once you've found your way back to the healthiest version of you, we'll continue to work to help you stay there.
Acupuncture is a wonderful reactive treatment for many conditions, but where it really excels is in prevention. Even if you're a healthy person who rarely gets sick, we'd love to see you occasionally for preventive, balancing treatments to make sure you stay in tip-top shape throughout the year. Season changes? Excellent plan! Stressful holiday planning? No problem! Even if you've never left your healthy point, we'd love to help you make sure you stay there.
We've created a welcoming, relaxing environment to help your body find healing. With flexible hours and two private treatment rooms, we'd love to schedule a time to see you!
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