**Most Insurances Accepted**
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.
"We have had a great experience with Amber at Chinese Acupuncture and Herb Center. We have felt welcomed and cared for and have seen great results.
We came for my daughter Alissa's anxiety that caused her to have trouble falling asleep and staying asleep and which caused her to have stomach aches on occasion. Her morning nervous stomach aches have pretty much ceased and she is much less anxious at bedtime now. It has made a big difference in our family dynamics!
We would like to continue to see Amber on a periodic basis to maintain the improvements we've seen and stay on this good track we are on now. I think people with several types of health concerns are conditions could benefit from treatment at Chinese Acupuncture and Herb Center.
I was impressed by the amount of knowledge Amber possesses about all things relating to the health of the body! We feel like we are in good hands!"
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