“BEST acupuncture, BEST staff, BEST results! Bee Cave Acupuncture has so much to offer and you will not regret stepping in their doors. Your body, mind and health will be all the better for it! Alejandra and her staff know their stuff, heads and shoulders above most if not all places that I have been to and taken my son to in the last 14 years.”
Acupuncture is the root, heart, and soul of Bee Cave Acupuncture. We’ve been practicing acupuncture for many, many years and have developed a growing clientele of satisfied patients who have been healed through our methods. Acupuncture is a process, not an overnight fix, but you can expect to feel better even after your first visit.
Acupuncture targets areas of the body which have been blocked over time. By “blocked”, we mean the blockage of blood-flow, energy, and qi. When these three substances are not allowed to naturally flow throughout your body, ailments start to develop. The side-effects of these blocked flows can cause a host of problems to occur and before you know it, you’ll be feeling sick and lethargic while no standard pharmaceuticals are able to solve the problems at hand due to just masking the problems and not solving the root cause of the issue. This is why it’s so important to take control of your life through natural healing, and acupuncture is a great way to start!
Schedule an appointment with us today to see how we can help you achieve your healthy living goals and start living the life you want to live, today!
Bee Cave Acupuncture – FAQs
- What should I expect during an acupuncture treatment?
- Are there any side effects of acupuncture?
- How frequently should I receive acupuncture treatments?
- Is acupuncture suitable for children?
- Can acupuncture help with mental health issues?
- Can acupuncture be used in conjunction with other medical treatments?
- Does my insurance plan cover acupuncture?
Most people find acupuncture sessions relaxing. The practitioner will insert thin, sterile needles into specific points on the body. You may feel a slight prick, but most people experience no discomfort at all.
Acupuncture is safe and there are very few side-effects. Some people may experience slight bruising or soreness at the needle insertion sites, but this subsides within a day or two and is rarely a cause of concern.
The frequency depends on the individual’s condition and their response to treatment. The treatment usually starts with weekly sessions. As the condition improves, the frequency is reduced.
Yes, acupuncture is safe for children. However, it should be performed by a qualified and trained acupuncturist. Generally, shorter and fewer needles are used for treating children.
Acupuncture is quite effective when it comes to treating anxiety, panic disorder, depression, and other mental health conditions. It can also help reduce stress and promote relaxation and emotional wellbeing.
Yes, acupuncture can be used in conjunction with other medical treatments, including medication and physical therapy. However, it’s important to inform your acupuncturist and your other healthcare providers of all the treatments you are receiving.
Most insurance plans do cover acupuncture, but it depends on your specific plan. We recommend contacting your insurance provider to verify whether acupuncture is covered under your plan. You can also reach out to us and we can assist you in verifying your coverage.