Our practitioners at Chinese Acupuncture & Herb Center are comprehensively trained in both acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine.Learn How it Works >
Women benefit from acupuncture and herbal medicine through all phases of life: menstrual issues, infertility, pre- and post-natal care, and menopauseConditions we can treat >
Acupuncture helps men heal quickly from sports injuries, improve prostate health, and treat sexual dysfunction.
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Thank you for your interest in acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Chinese Acupuncture & Herb Center is an established practice of experienced acupuncturists with a strong history of working well with Western medicine health care providers.
We accept most major insurance, such as UCare, Medica, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Health Partners, Cigna, Preferred One, Aetna, United Health Care, Select Care, and Patient’s Choice. We also accept auto insurance, and work compensation. Regardless of insurance status, all patients are welcome.
We believe deeply in
…the dignity of the individual,
…excellence in our standard of care, and
…uncompromising personalized service.
Whether you are familiar with Traditional Chinese Medicine or are seeking information and treatment for the first time, you can be confident in the experience and dedication of our healthcare team. Please feel free to contact our office at any time. We will be happy to answer your questions, arrange a consultation, or schedule an appointment.
“I have been working with Elizabeth for the last year or so to address autoimmune and infertility issues. She has been very helpful in providing guidance and treatment as I continue to heal. Beyond her expertise in acupuncture, she is also very knowledgeable regarding the impact of diet and supplements to promote healing. I have really appreciated her guidance in these areas.”- E.C.
Pain in the body is often caused by muscle, tendon, and/or joint injuries. These injuries can be abrupt or acute, like from a fall, whiplash, or other trauma, or they can come on gradually from overuse or repetitive actions. At the moment the pain is felt, action should be taken to begin the healing process. … Read More