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 are in network for most major insurance, such as UCare, Medica, 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 are also willing to submit for out of network insurance companies such as Blue Cross/Blue Shield.
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.
"Amber is very knowledgeable about my specific conditions and has helped me gain relief from my chronic patterns of disease. I initially came in because I was experiencing conditions related to PMS and anxiety. Over time, my condition seems to be improving. My energy is picking up and I feel an overall sense of being able to tolerate stressful situations. I continue to seek treatment with Amber because along with making me feel better, I have also gained insight in how to take better care of myself at home.
I think anyone who would like to to compliment their health with integrative approaches, like acupuncture, would benefit from treatment here.
Chinese Acupuncture and Herb Center is a professional business that looks after the health and well being of their clients."
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