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At Five Elephants Acupuncture you pay what you are able based on a sliding scale.  We want acupuncture to be the first treatment you think of when you are in need of health care.  Our services are priced with that aim in mind.  Complementary techniques like cupping, moxibustion, gua sha, and electro-stimulation acupuncture are included in your treatment if necessary at no additional cost.

community acupuncture, Chinese medicine
Community Acupuncture
$40 - 80 (usually $30 - 70)

Treatment in an open room with dividers separating the beds.  Perfect for first-time patients and those who return for regular or frequent sessions.

*COVID-19 UPDATE: For now, treatment is limited to 1 patient at a time in the clinic except for families or those who live together. Because of this limited capacity, the price has increased temporarily.


private acupuncture, Chinese medicine
Private Acupuncture
$40 - 80 (usually $80 - 120)

Patients who desire more quiet may reserve a private room for treatment.

*COVID-19 UPDATE: For now, all appointments will be private to practice social distancing. People sharing a household may, and are encouraged to, schedule together!  The price has decreased temporarily to keep your treatments affordable. 


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Cupping Therapy


This method of creating local suction on the skin is used to mobilize blood flow, alleviate pain, and promote healing.  Cupping is an excellent tool for treating the tight, achy muscles that accompany a cold, flu, or physical injury. 


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"Moxa" is a heat therapy in which the dried herb Artimesia is burned near the surface of acupuncture points.  The intention is to warm and invigorate the qi (energy) flow of the body and dispel certain pathogens.  Great for boosting immunity and increasing vitality.


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Gua Sha 

In this treatment, the skin is stimulated by scraping with a smooth-edged tool to produce raised redness or bruising.  Gua sha is fantastic for breaking up stagnation and relieving pain.  Asthma, bronchitis, colds, fibromyalgia, strains, sprains, and muscle spasms all respond well to gua sha therapy.


(temporarily not being offered)

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Electro-stimulation Acupuncture 

This technique uses the same points and treatment principles of acupuncture but offers additional stimulation.  Needles are attached to a device that sends a continuous electrical pulse into the body.  "E-stim" is used in treating pain, muscle spasms, and neurological issues.


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