"For those new to acupuncture, Tracy's kind and
patient demeanor set them quickly at ease."
– Joyce McClure, D.C.



By appointment only:

Monday, Tuesday 11:15am-7:15pm
Wednesday, Friday 9:15am-5:15pm
Saturday 11am-4pm (twice a month)

How do I make an appointment?

You can either call our office to schedule or request an appointment with our online scheduler.

We are so happy to be able to offer our patients these choices for scheduling!

Please call our office to set up your initial appointment: 503.250.3012

Returning patients, please call the office or click here to schedule your appointment with our online service.

Please note that we have a 24 hour cancellation policy.


Many health insurance companies cover acupuncture. We will call and verify your acupuncture coverage when you call our office and give us your insurance information.

You may also print out our PDF form to fill in and fax to our office: 503.208.8028. We will then contact you with your coverage benefits and set up your appointment.

Our fees are set at community standards and payment is expected at the time of service. We are in-network with and accept most all insurance companies along with cash, checks and major credit cards. If your insurance does cover our services, our office staff is happy to submit your claim directly. Oftentimes patients simply pay a co-pay for treatment.

What happens during the initial visit?

During the initial visit, which normally lasts 1-1/2 - 2 hours, a full consultation and treatment will be performed. We will ask you questions regarding your medical history, diet and lifestyle. We may feel your abdomen looking for temperature variations and we may also press acupuncture points looking for tenderness. We will provide a traditional pulse and tongue diagnosis. Pulse diagnosis in Chinese Medicine is extremely complex and takes decades to master but it can give us detailed information on the state of your body’s internal organs. By observing your tongue we can see how your body is functioning and be able to detect imbalances in different systems of your body. After your consultation a treatment plan will be discussed in depth which will outline the anticipated course of treatment for your specific concern.

Follow-up visits normally last about 45-60 minutes and are typically scheduled once a week. Although all cases are different and unique, generally patients will begin to achieve results after 1 to 6 treatments.

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