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Acupuncture First Session

90 minutes, $170.

Consultation and examination are combined with an Acupuncture treatment. This service is required for all clients new to Acupuncture at Village Health and clients who have not received an Acupuncture Session for two or more years.

Acupuncture Session

60 minutes, $120.

Fine needles are painlessly inserted at key points corresponding to body organs to relieve pain and improve body function. Acupuncture First Session is required prior to this service.

Facial Acupuncture

45 minutes, $110.

While unable to prevent aging, the advantage of this treatment is that it addresses the actual causes of skin aging. Benefits of this treatment include improved muscle and skin tone, increased collagen production, reduced fine lines and wrinkles, tightened pores, balanced skin and a more youthful appearance. Acupuncture First Session is required prior to this service.

*For best results, 4 to 8 treatments are recommended, with maintenance sessions to prolong the results.

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Dry Needling First Session

60 minutes, $150.

Consultation and assessment are combined with a Dry Needling treatment. This service is required for all clients new to Dry Needling at Village Health and clients who have not received a Dry Needling Session for two or more years.

Dry Needling Session

30 minutes, $75.

60 minutes, $150.

Dry Needling is an effective and efficient treatment of muscular pain and myofascial dysfunction. Needles are inserted into trigger points to relax overactive muscles and provide pain relief. Dry Needling First Session is required prior to this service.

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Cupping + Acupuncture

60 minutes, $135.

This session combines Cupping with Acupuncture. Cupping is the stimulation of Acupuncture points by applying suction through small cups to increase circulation to the site. Acupuncture First Session is required prior to this service.

*Cupping does leave temporary body marks that fade over time and typically disappear between 4 and 10 days.

Dry Needling + Acupuncture

60 minutes, $135.

This session combines Dry Needling with Acupuncture. Dry Needling is an effective and efficient treatment of muscular pain and myofascial dysfunction. Needles are inserted into trigger points to relax overactive muscles and provide pain relief. Acupuncture First Session is required prior to this service.

Gua Sha + Acupuncture

60 minutes, $135.

This session combines Gua Sha with Acupuncture. Gua Sha is the practice of using a smooth-edged tool to apply pressure and stroke the skin to relieve pain and tension. Benefits include reducing inflammation and spasms, promoting immune support and circulation to muscles, tissues and organs. Acupuncture First Session is required prior to this service.

smyrna / vinings

770-444-9191

4425 S. Cobb Drive SE, Ste G

Smyrna, GA 30080

locations

marietta / east cobb

770-450-8686

1050 E. Piedmont Rd, Ste 150

Marietta, GA 30062

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smyrna / vinings

Mon-Tue  10:00am-5:00pm

Wed-Fri  9:00am-8:30pm

Sat-Sun 10:00am-5:00pm

marietta / east cobb

Mon-Sat  10:00am-5:00pm

Closed Sunday

About Acupuncture

 

What Is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture is an Ancient Asian healing technique, based on the Taoist philosophy of balancing energy meridians within the body. Fine needles are painlessly inserted at key points corresponding to body organs to relieve pain and improve body function.

How does Acupuncture work?

An energy force, known as Qi (pronounced 'Chee'), flows throughout the body along pathways called 'meridians'. If the flow of Qi is insufficient or blocked, the body becomes unbalanced and disease may occur.​ Acupuncture points are specific locations where meridians come to the surface of the skin. Acupuncture needles are gently inserted at these points to restore the flow of Qi and thus, restore balance within the body.

What should I expect during my first Acupuncture session?

The first Acupuncture session is usually 90 minutes and regular sessions are typically 60 minutes. Though the insertion of needles might not sound appealing, the reality is that the fine needles cause little discomfort if any at all. Once the needles are inserted, most people find this experience to be quite relaxing.

What is Dry Needling?

Dry Needling has become very popular to treat acute muscular tension and spasm which commonly accompanies conditions such as arthritis, nerve irritation, muscular strain, ligament strains, and herniated discs. The primary goal of Dry Needling is to target supersensitive structures in the body, to restore motion and function, and to induce a healing response to the tissue. Dry Needling has recently become very popular and the desired treatment for experienced practitioners because it quickly provides quick and tangible results when complemented with massage therapy, chiropractic, physical therapy, and other movement therapy.

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