All Acupuncture Services are provided by Oklahoma City’s Top Acupuncturist, Dr. Toni Twitty.
Similar to antibiotics, Acupuncture is not a, “one and done,” type of treatment. Just like with any medication you may be taking, there is a proper dose for Acupuncture treatment. Each treatment builds on the last, and for best results you need to complete the series. Dr. Toni often recommends that people start with 4-6 sessions to see how they respond. After the initial 4-6 treatments, she works with you to review your improvements and design a custom treatment plan if additional treatments are needed.
The following rates are effective November 8, 2017.
All payments are due at the time of service.
New Patient Appointment with Acupuncture*- $130.00
Established Patient Acupuncture Appointment- $75
Veterans & emergency responders established acupuncture appointments – $65
Package of 12 established patient appointments**- $825
Package of 6 established patient appointments**- $425
Acutonics new patient appointment- $100
Acutonics established patient appointment- $100
Cosmetic Acupuncture (in addition to regular acupuncture)- $25
Missed appointment/less than 24 hours cancellation***- $75.00
For insurance, a detailed receipt can be provided upon request at the time of service for no charge. Requests after the time of service or repeat requests are charged $2 per page. Please allow 30 business days for requests to be processed.
*Your $75 deposit will be applied toward this amount.
**Packages cannot be shared and are non-refundable.
**As a courtesy to my other patients, please let me know at least 24 hours in advance if you cannot make your scheduled appointment time. I do not double or triple book appointment times (as many health care providers do) that have been set aside for you which means that this time cannot be used for anyone else if you do not provide advanced notice that you are not coming. Cancellations with less 24 hours notice and no-shows will be charged a missed appointment fee. Valid emergencies are, of course, always an exception. Thank you for your understanding.