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You may use your medical for acupuncture services. Coverage and copays may vary. No prescription is necessary. Please call your insurance company to verify coverage. 

For more information, please visit our insurance page. 



Acupuncture is a form of treatment that uses thin needles to stimulate specific points on the body. These points help direct and balance the flow of energy or Qi within the body, helping to create an environment where the mind body and spirit can function optimally together. 

Acupuncture can be used to treat any disharmony, disfunction, or disease. At Centerpoint, we specialize in treating pain and injuries, mental health, and sleep disorders.  

We offer several ways that you can experience a treatment:



Combine two great therapeutic treatments to get the most out of your time. This treatment includes an acupuncture treatment followed by bodywork focused on the area of discomfort. Prior initial acupuncture treatment required. Insurance can be used for this service. 


Dry Needling

"Dry needling" is a technique where acupuncture needles are inserted and into the muscles and manipulated to release tension and adhesions. A great treatment for stubborn or chronic pain.  

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In standard acupuncture, one needle is used at each treatment point. Electroacupuncture is a modified form that uses two needles.

A mild electric current passes between these needles during treatment. This current generally applies more stimulation to acupoints than needle twirling or other hand manipulation techniques an acupuncturist might use.

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Injection Therapy

A vitamin b solution is injected into muscle tissue in areas of tension, pinched nerves, or stagnation. Injections relieve pain by stimulating your body's immune system, increasing circulation, and lubricating areas of dehydration and stagnation.  


Cold Laser Therapy

Cold laser therapy is a type of treatment in which low-intensity light is applied to your body, typically over injured or inflamed tissue. The low-intensity light, referred to as "cold laser,"  improves blood flow and decrease pain and inflammation to injured tissues by promoting cell growth.

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