New Patient Intake Forms
ARE YOU A NEW PATIENT?
You must complete a copy of the new patient forms before your first appointment.
Traditional Chinese Medicine has been used in China for thousands of years as the primary intervention for disease. When you are suffering from allergies, an unexpected illness or injury, or chronic pain we can provide you with the care you need.
You can be assured – we have a commitment to excellence when it comes to the level of care we provide
For All New Patients: To save time at your first appointment, fill out our new patient forms online here or download, and print the document on the left.
Please be sure to read and fill out all the information thoroughly.
If you are an NAET Patient please print and sign the informed consent to treatment and read the instructions to the new patient. You should bring this paperwork to your first appointment (you do not need to print the instructions).
You should also read a copy of Say Goodbye to Illness by Devi Nambudripad before your first treatment. You can borrow a copy from your local library or buy one here.
What to Expect During Your First Visit
Your first visit with an acupuncturist may take an hour or more. The acupuncturist will ask you about your current concerns and do a thorough evaluation of your past medical history as well as a brief physical exam. Once the acupuncturist has enough information she will develop a diagnosis based on the theory of Chinese Medicine and will discuss with you a course of treatment for your condition.
Depending on what points the acupuncturist decides to use, you may be asked to change into a patient gown or shorts so you back, legs, or abdomen are accessable.
The treatment that you receive may be any combination of acupuncture, herbal medicine, Chinese massage, cupping, or other non invasive techniques. Acupuncture needles are solid and very fine so insertion causes very little discomfort and is sometimes undetectable by the patient.
Future appointments will generally consist of a brief interview on your current symptoms and any changes that may have occurred so treatment can continue or a new treatment plan can be made.
NAET Patients click here for what to expect.