- Feng Li Acupuncture1481 Johnston Road,
White Rock, BC V4B 3Z4(604) 538-9367
Clinic HoursMon8:30 AM - 6PMTue8:30 AM - 6PMWed8:30 AM - 6PMThu8:30 AM - 6PMFri8:30 AM - 6PMSat8:30 AM - 6PMSunBy Appointment
- Healthy Way Natural Healing & Acupuncture Centre#755, 333 Brooksbank Ave,
North Vancouver, BC, V7J 3S8(604) 985-3005
How much does it cost?
In our clinics, the charge for an initial session (for a patient who has no history with us) is $99. The following session will be charged at $85 each time. Each session lasts approximately 1 hour. The charge subject to change and please check with us before the session starts.
As all acupuncture services are provided by registered practitioners under
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How many treatments will I need?
The number of treatments will vary from person to person. Some people experience immediate relief; others may take months or even years to achieve results. Chronic conditions usually take longer to resolve than acute ones. Plan on a minimum of a month to see significant changes.
Treatment frequency depends on a variety of factors: your constitution, the severity and duration
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Is acupuncture safe for children?
Yes. In some instances children actually respond more quickly than adults. If your child has an aversion to needles, your acupuncturist may massage the acupuncture points. This is called acupressure or tuina.
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Why did my acupuncturist recommend herbs?
Herbs can be a powerful adjunct to acupuncture care. They are used to strengthen, build and support the body or to clear it of excess problems like a cold, fever or acute pain. Your practitioner may suggest starting with herbs and then adding acupuncture to your treatment in the future. This is suggested to build up your internal strength so
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Why do they want to look at my tongue?
The tongue is a map of the body. It reflects the general health of the organs and meridians. Your acupuncturist will look at the color, shape, cracks and coating on your tongue.
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