We consider many factors of your body condition when we are diagnosing and treating your health problems, and we try to find the root cause(s) of what you have reported. Typical treatments would inlucde Qi Gong, acupuncture, and chinese herbs. Sometimes treatments are used on their own, but in many cases treatments are used together or in conjunction with herbal remedies to achieve the desired results.
Insurance and Billing
We accept most insurance, including Aetna, CIGNA, UnitedHealthCare, Blue Cross, Blue Shield, etc. Eligibility and co-payment for acupuncture varies by plan. Many insurance companies provide coverage for acupuncture, but it is best to check with your insurance company to see exactly what your coverage is. You can always call Lao Lao Acupuncture Center and we can check your coverage for you. If you have coverage we will bill your insurance company directly for your services.
We may not be an in-network provider for your insurance company, but that does not mean that your insurance company will not pay for treatment at our clinic. The coverage will be different for an out-of-network provider.
**Listed Fees for Acupuncture Services are for non-insurance payments only. Insurance rates may differ.
*Chinese herbs are mostly prescribed and provided at around $10 a piece, based on the material cost. Herbs are typically provided in tea bags, or ready to use in cups. Some of the herbs are in bottles to be poured into bath water during bath at home. Baths at home usually are recommended to last around 40 minutes, however the doctor might give different recommendations based on your condition.