Acupuncture for pain and mental health

Acupuncture Information

Acupuncture can benefit a wide variety of issues including pain, stress, anxiety and digestive issues.  Read on for more information or schedule a free consultation to see if Robb Acupuncture and Wellness is right for you!

Frequently Asked Questions

Does it hurt?

Don’t let a fear of needles stop you from coming in.  Acupuncture shouldn’t hurt and my mission is to make your treatment as comfortable as possible.  Many don’t even realize the first needle has been inserted while some just feel a tiny pinch.

How many treatments will I need?​

This depends on many variables.  Generally speaking, the longer you’ve had the issue, the longer it will take to treat.  Although many feel relief after just one session, multiple sessions are often needed for long-term effects.  Schedule a free consultation to get a recommended treatment plan.

Can I do acupuncture and hypnotherapy together?

Absolutely! Acupuncture and hypnotherapy work amazingly well together.  The mind and body are a part of the same machine and patients often get faster results by treating both together.  Read more about hypnotherapy here.

Why should I see you? My PT does dry needling and it looks the same.

Licensed acupuncturists go through extensive training that includes at least 800 hours of clinical training alone. They focus on treating the entire body including the root cause of the ailment. Acupuncturists treat a variety of ailments including hormonal imbalances, digestive issues, stress, pain and more.  Although physical therapists go through comprehensive education, they are only required to take 24 contact hours in dry needling technique and can only treat neuromuscular pain.  That being said, dry needling does have its uses and many licensed acupuncturists use dry needling techniques in addition to more traditional needling techniques.  

Do you accept insurance?

Robb Acupuncture and Wellness does not currently accept insurance.  A superbill can be provided if you would like to submit to your insurance for reimbursement.   

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