Skippack Acupuncture Private and Community Acupuncture, Yoga, Therapeutic Massage
 
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Private Acupuncture
Individual Treatment - $75
Package of 5 $325.00
Package of 10 $600.00

Community Acupuncture
Individual Treatment - $35
Package of 5 $150.00

Massage
Individual Treatment - 60 min. $65
Individual Treatment - 90 min. $95
Package of 5 60 Minute $300.00

Yoga

Individual Classes - $12
Package of 5 for $55.00 ($11/class)
Package of 10 for $100.00 ($10 class)




Bluebird Room    
      LogoAcupuncture Services    Private Acupuncture Treatments $75
  
  Packages:  5 treatments for $325 or 10 treatments for  $600         
                                             Accepting Ash and Workman's comp Patients

Private Acupuncture Hours      

Monday   9:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Tuesday      Closed
 
Wednesday   12:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Thursday   12:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Friday   9:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Saturday   9:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    
Sunday       9:00 AM - 2:00 PM

   


Commuty Acupuncture Services

communityCommunity Acupuncture Treatments $35, Packages:  5 Treatments for $150


Community Acupuncture Hours     

Wednesday   12:30 PM - 5:30 PM  
 
Saturday       9:00 AM - 11:30 PM 

                                           Coded Receipts $30

 What is the difference between Community and Private sessions? Price and time!

Specialized attention and a thorough discussion of your health concerns in a private setting are main reasons why patients choose private treatments. In addition to acupuncture, we are able to incorporate other Chinese medical techniques such as moxa, cupping or guasha if warranted by your condition. If you have a serious or acute condition, you should go to privates
at least in the beginning. Acupuncture treatments are more effective cumulatively. You will probably see some results after the first treatment, however the best results are often experienced after consecutive treatments, especially with long term or chronic conditions.

                                            

 Community acupuncture patients are treated in a semi-private area and fully clothed. It would be best if you wear loose comfortable clothing. You will be asked to roll up your sleeves and your pant legs, and to take off your shoes and socks. The acupuncturist will spend approximately 10 minutes with you discussing your concerns and placing the needles. Then you will lay down for 20 or 30 minutes. Your  treatment last 45 minutes.

 
* Each treatment is individually designed for you whether you are in a private or community setting. However if you would like to discuss your condition at length or need more time, it may be best to schedule a private session, at least at first. If you have questions about which format would be best for you, feel free to call or email us.

 
About the Acupuncturist: 


 Kim Cherry    Kim Cherry L.Ac., CNS, Dipl.Ac. holds a Masters Degree in Acupuncture, is a Certified Nutrition Specialist and is licensed by the State Medical Board of  Pennsylvania. Kim also holds a Masters of Science Degree in Therapeutic Herbalism. The National Certification for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) has awarded Kim the status of Diplomat. Kim enjoys practicing a wide variety of acupuncture techniques. In this way, she is able to match the right style with the right person. Kim is trained to evaluate and recommend nutrition, herbs and supplements based on scientific studies as well as traditional usage. The combination of acupuncture, herbs, nutritional advice and coaching help patients on many levels. Kim specializes in pain management, fertility, digestion, and stress.  Kim holds certification in NAET (Nambudripad Allergy Elimination Technique), Acupuncturists without Borders (Trauma), and Facial Rejuvenation (Virginia Doran). Kim has also studied Worsely Five Element Acupuncture with Lonny Jarrett, and pain relief with Dr. Richard Teh-Fu Tan. In 2013 Kim won the Provost award at Maryland University of Integrated Health for her research poster on Parkinson’s Disease. 

"I am a professional, caring partner in helping each of my patients achieve a more happy and healthy life".

Other Acupuncture Services     

NAET - (Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Techniques). Nambudripad's Allergy Elimination Techniques, also known as NAET®, are a non-invasive, drug free, natural solution to eliminate allergies of all types. One allergen is treated at a time. If you are not severely immune deficient, you may need just one treatment to desensitize one allergen. A person with mild to moderate amount of allergies may take about 15-20 office visits to desensitize 15-20 food and environmental allergens. Basic essential nutrients are treated during the first few visits. Chemicals, environmental allergens, vaccinations, immunizations, etc. are treated after completing about ten basic essential nutrients. NAET can be done in private or community acupuncture sessions.


Facial Rejuvenation - (Acupuncture Face-lifts) $125 1½ hour, 6 treatments for $690, 12 Treatments for $1300
I use Virginia Doran and Ping Zhang’s popular and effective techniques. Each Cosmetic acupuncture session lasts one and a half hours. A series of treatments consists of twelve consecutive sessions administered twice weekly for the first three weeks (if possible in accordance with your schedule) and once a week thereafter. Monthly or seasonal sessions are then recommended for maintenance. While each individual responds uniquely and the number of sessions and results may vary, many individuals see improvements in their skin tone after only a few sessions, with further improvements as the sessions progress.


 The following therapies are used in private treatments if warranted by your condition.

 Moxibustion involves burning dried herbs over specific areas or points of the body. The herb commonly used is called mugwort (Artemisia Vulgaris) – or a blend of mugwort and other herbs—and is referred to as “moxa.” Moxa’s strong warming quality warms the qi (energy) and blood and improves circulation, especially in disorders characterized by cold, such as menstrual disorders, digestive complaints, and arthritic pain.

Cupping is highly beneficial in releasing musculoskeletal tension and pain and removing symptoms of the common cold, flu, and other respiratory disorders. A vacuum is created by heating the air within a specialized glass cup that is then placed flush against the patient’s skin. As the air cools in the cup, a vacuum forms that pulls the skin and underlying fascia into the opening of the cup, stimulating the acupressure effect. The procedure is painless, however the skin will appear red or purple.

Gua sha also called “scraping therapy,” is a technique that involves repeated pressurized strokes over pre-oiled skin with a smooth-edged instrument. With firm pressure, the smooth edge is “scraped” on the surface of the skin along meridian pathways. Similar to the cupping method, this results in the appearance of small red petechiae, referred to as ‘sha.’ This practice removes blood stagnation and promotes circulation and metabolic processes. The marks on the skin may be slightly tender, but are not painful and, in fact, the patient experiences immediate relief from symptoms such as pain, stiffness, cough, and fever.

Skippack Acupuncture                           
4080 Skippack Pike, PO Box 591
Skippack, PA 19474

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Email
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