How to Prepare for an Acupuncture Appointment
Opt for Loosing-Fitting, Comfortable Clothing.
It is also important to wear loose-fitting clothes on the day of your appointment. This will make it easier for the acupuncturist to place the needles in the right places.
Eat an Appropriate Amount Before Your Appointment
Another rule to follow is to eat before your appointment. Most experts recommend that you eat something approximately two hours prior to your treatment. However, make sure this isn’t a big meal, as this may cause you to feel uncomfortable during your appointment. The other extreme should be avoided as well. You risk feeling lightheaded if you go to your appointment on an empty stomach.
Do not drink alcohol and caffeine about two hours prior
New Patient Visit
Initial Consultation + acupuncture treatment + Tuina (Medical Massage) + Cupping or Moxibusion or Guasha or Laser Acupuncture or sauna therapy or any other modality + One-week Herbal Medicine deemed necessary by doctor.
(Total Value $330) Special offer $150
Your first experience starts with an initial consultation. Your TCM Doctor will ask questions about your medical history, and targeted questions about your reason for coming in. After your acupuncture treatment your acupuncturist will provide you with suggestions for follow up along with possible lifestyle advice and exercises. All rooms are private room.
Shanghai Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture
1025 E Ray Rd, suite1, Chandler, AZ 85225
(Tel) 480-855-1734 / (Text) 480-810-7960