In an effort to keep our office as safe and inclusive as we possibly can, we will be continuing to require masking at all times while in the office regardless of vaccination status while COVID transmission remains above the "low" level according to the CDC COVID tracker, which can be found here (link opens in new window). Please note: we are basing our decision making on Community Transmission data rather than Community Levels data. The link we've provided above should direct you to the map that includes that data, but please double check to make sure when you arrive at the CDC's website.

Once transmission levels remain low for an extended period of time and/or the World Health Organization declares an end to the global COVID pandemic, we will re-evaluate our mask requirement, and will likely only require universal masking during peak flu season at that time. Our website and clinic signage will be updated accordingly, and all changes to our masking policy will be posted on our social media pages. 

For our patients who are chronically ill, immunocompromised, and/or otherwise medically vulnerable, please don't hesitate to let us know what accomodations you require in order to feel safe in our clinic. We're thinking specifically of creating of a safe day (thinking first operating day of the week so the air cleaners have more than enough time for several full cycles) where masking is required for everyone on the schedule that day, or reserving the first or last appointments of the day for folks who need those time spots to ensure their safety, but are absolutely open to recommendations of practices we've not thought of yet.

Important Note:

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!  

Hours

OFFICE HOURS:

In-office services are by appointment only at this time.

Monday 10 am - 4 pm

Tuesday 10 am - 8 pm

Wednesday 10 am - 8 pm

Friday 10 am - 3 pm

Saturday 4 pm - 8 pm

Additional hours may be available outside of regularly scheduled office hours - please contact us to inquire

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