Acupuncture is one of the oldest, most commonly used forms of medicine in the world. Originating in China more than 2,500 years ago, acupuncture is currently one of the most thoroughly researched, practiced, and respected forms of complementary medicine available anywhere.
According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, your overall health is determined by the quality of the Qi (energy) flow through the natural pathways of your body (meridians). During an acupuncture treatment very thin sterile, disposable needles are placed into specific acupoints on the body. These points are anatomical locations that when needled influence blood circulation, organ & nervous system function and tissue repair, as well as stimulate and improve your Qi flow.
One variation your practitioner may chose for your acupuncture treatment is to include electrical stimulation to the needles. This is where electrodes are connected to certain needles and distribute a gentle electrical current that gets deeply distributed through the tissue.
Jenn and Jenny have over 3000 hours in acupuncture training with hundreds more hours in additional CEUs over their careers. Compared to a PT or MD who performs acupuncture, they understand the complex system of diagnosis and comprehensive treatment that can only come from a much deeper understanding of the medicine.
New patient Initial Visit $120 / follow-up visits $80 Seniors and Students $102 / $68.
Many insurance companies cover acupuncture.
Check your plan for specifics.
Scroll down for further details about which insurance plans we accept.
Dry Needling uses thin, sterile, single use needle inserted in to the muscle to try and illicit a local twitch response (ltr). For most people this sounds intimidating, but it usually is quite tolerable. The patient will feel a light pinch at the beginning, then a little pressure or dullness, and then will feel the muscle twitch or do a quick contraction. Due to the effectiveness and usually immediate results of dry needling it has quickly become popular among physical therapists and medical doctors, although your acupuncturists are even more highly trained and skilled at applying this type of therapy.
$80 Some insurance plans cover this service.
Cupping is a negative pressure massage that uses suction to increase circulation, move stagnant lymph, fluids & scar tissue and stretch the fascia. This modality helps to loose adhesions between the muscles and connective tissue, relieving muscle tension and treating acute and chronic pain. We also use cupping to help treat colds and respiratory infections.
$25 Insurance does not cover this service.
Gua sha is a natural, alternative therapy that involves scraping your skin with a massage tool to improve blood flow and circulation. This technique offers a unique approach to better health, addressing issues like chronic pain, congested lymph, and scarred tissue. In a gua sha session, your acupuncturist will scrape your skin with short or long strokes to stimulate microcirculation of the soft tissue, which dramatically increases blood flow.
$25 Insurance does not cover this service.
Chinese Herbal Consult
Jenn Collins and Jenny Riegg are extensively trained in Chinese herbal medicine and have an extensive pharmacy of both individual Chinese herbs and also granulated formulas. All herbs are sourced from ecologically conscious growers and have been screened for authenticity, purity, safety, quality, and clinical efficacy. Strict guidelines are followed to ensure that protect biodiversity and the integrity of the medicine.
$40 for consult. Cost for herbs varies. Insurance does not cover this service.
Jenn Collins and Jenny Riegg are In-Network acupuncture providers for the following insurance companies:
Regence Blue Cross Blue Shield of Oregon
Jackson Care Connect
Most Auto Insurance and Worker’s comp plans
We are Out of Network with Aetna, Mailhandlers, and Cigna (effective Jan 1, 2020). For these insurances and others that we are out of network with, we will happily provide a Superbill that can be sent into your insurance company for reimbursement.
It is ultimately the patient responsibility to determine eligibility and coverage. We are not responsible for explaining and determining your benefits for you.