Welcome to The Apothecary's Community Acupuncture Clinic Page!
Most of the questions our new clients have are answered below. We look forward to meeting you and helping you heal in a group setting.
Friday 1pm - 5pm
Rotating Saturday hours vary - check online calendar for this month's offerings on the scheduling page.
*Please note - The last appointment of the day is scheduled one hour prior to closing.
Community Acupuncture New Client Checklist
We are excited you are considering trying acupuncture at The Apothecary! Here are a few things you need to know in order to get started. For further details, visit our frequently asked questions page.
- Arrive for your appointment 15 minutes early to fill out your intake paperwork. You can also print it from home and fill it out prior to coming for your first visit. Please make an appointment online or via phone - walk-in availability is extremely limited due to clinic volume.
- We have a 24-hour cancellation policy and ask that you let us know by phone or email if you cannot make your appointment. There is a $10 late cancellation fee and a $15 no-show fee - we appreciate you making every effort to make your appointment. All fees are waived during inclement weather and emergencies are considered on a case by case basis.
- We ask that you give any amount between $15-$40 for your session. We usually ask clients to give their money prior to starting their session (it helps the flow of the clinic). Cash or check are great, and we also take credit/debit/HSA cards through Square at the clinic. You can also pay online when you make your appointment. There is an additional $10 paperwork fee at the first visit.
We are unable to accept insurance in the clinic, but do accept some forms for one on one service. We would, however, be happy to provide you with a receipt, which you can submit to your insurance provider for reimbursement.
- Please wear loose-fitting clothing that rolls up just above the knees and elbows (or bring a change of clothes.
Please refrain from wearing perfumes or heavily scented products. Your acupuncturist and other patrons may have sensitivities to scents. We appreciate your courtesy.