Holistic Wellness in Austin, TX

Pain Free Professional

You are trying to avoid surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome in your wrists or Morton’s Neuroma on your foot.  Your shoulders and low back ache constantly because you work sitting in front of your computer at your desk or you are in airplanes or otherwise traveling.  Or maybe you cut or color hair for a living and spend a lot of time on your feet with your arms raised and your wrists flexed.  You are in pain.  You want to feel good again and you really aren’t keen on pain medication and you will try anything before you submit to surgery.  But things are getting worse and worse and you just don’t know what to do.

I can help you.  Depending on your presentation, I can often get you in and on your way with six or eight treatments.  We may even be able to resolve your condition in within three or four treatments, and in that case, no package is needed.  It really depends.  If it’s a long-term problem, you may need twelve.  But I will outline your treatment plan for you so that you understand your healing process.  My ideal for patients like you is that we resolve your issue and I educate you in body mechanics and other useful information so that the problem doesn’t return. Prices are determined depending on complexity of need.

My experience with pain like yours?

**Pain** ** Foot pain ** **Hair cutters & colorists **

Book your first appointment as a new acupuncture appointment and, should you opt for a package, your payment for the initial meeting will be applied to the sum total rate of your package.  Plans of eight or ten can be paid in two installments.

6 treatments: Initial new patient appointment + five bodywork [& acu, if desired] treatments   + additional resources.

8 treatments: Same as above + increased access.

12 treatments:  Same as above + increased access + additional wellness services and an evolving program in response to your needs.




Client Intake Form – Asian bodywork therapy

Before your first appointment: Save time by downloading & filling out your intake form.

Note: Both of the intake forms contain useful information.  The first is for bodywork therapy and the second is general.  Please fill out both if you are coming for bodywork only (no acupuncture).  If you are coming for acupuncture, herbs, or health coaching, please fill out only the second set of forms.


My neck hurts just looking at this guy; what about you?

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