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Some Changes for February


In this post, I’m covering a few important topics including my latest COVID policy, a price increase for services, and a sneak peek into some upcoming topics I will write about. Please read or at least skim so you are aware of upcoming changes.

My current COVID policy is that if you have tested positive for COVID, you may return to my office for your acupuncture treatment when all the following conditions are met:

  1. You do not have a fever.

  2. It has been a minimum of 10 days since your first COVID positive test

  3. You wear a mask the whole time

  4. You can come to an appointment at the end of the day so that you are the last person in the room

  5. In general, we minimize talking and get right down to business, so I am not exposed more than necessary.

  6. I will wear a mask when treating you until we are both confident it is safe to unmask

For healthy patients, my mask policy is now more flexible, and you may wear one at your discretion. I will always have one available to wear myself and I may ask if you’d prefer that I wear one. Please do not hesitate to let me know if you’d be more comfortable with me masked! I have zero judgement and I am happy to oblige, no questions asked. I promise. I am just finding for myself, that I want to expose my immune system to normal bugs and not remain overly sterile forever. That said, I am and will continue to clean rooms and surfaces between visits, every time, without question!

Beginning the week of February 19th, my price for follow-up visits will increase to $100 (a $7 increase). As always, when you come for a second visit in the same week, there is a discount. The second visit in the same week is now $75. New visits are now $190. I generally raise my prices every 5 years or so, but I am planning to make smaller increases on an annual basis.

I received a lot of great feedback from my last post about my long COVID recovery. I am happy to report that I am doing very well now. Many of you have taken my supplement list to your doctors for your own COVID recovery and it got me thinking. I’d like to share with you some of my favorites or go-to products. I’m going to write a little mini-series of posts, “What’s in my medicine cabinet”, “What’s in my pantry”, and “What’s in my fridge”. I’ll share why and how I use these things and where you can pick them up for yourself. I do not get paid by any of the manufacturers.

Thank you for reading!

In good health,


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