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Many of our patients are in high-risk categories. We support those who:

🩺work in healthcare, ICU, neonatal units, care facilities, hospice and oncology

🩺live with disabilities and special needs

🩺have pre-existing conditions that make daily living difficult

🩺work in service related industries with the general public

CDC Guidelines and Universal precautions must be followed for everyone's benefit.
Please do and expect the following for your visit.

  • Wear a comfortable mask
  • Sanitize hands
  • Disclose travel within 10 days
  • Symptom review  for wellness check and contact tracing
  • Disclose contact with anyone that has been...
    • Showing symptoms
    • Asked to quarantine from school or work
    • Tested for COVID-19 (with or without results)

Office Suite Designed for Limited Exposure and Regular Dis-Infection

Exclusively used for our clinical practice with limited visits

Private waiting area with social distancing

Hands-free sanitizer dispenser available

Individual treatment rooms for easy cleaning and no cross contamination

Private bathroom for high risk patients

Kitchen with sink, hands-free soap and paper towel dispenser

Frequently Touched, Non-Living Surfaces - counter tops, tables, surfaces, handles

​​​​​​​Citrus II® Hospital Germicidal Cleanser (bactericidal, virucidal, fungicidal) and 99.9% Disinfectant Wipes

Chair Fabric and Non-Living Surfaces

Verilux® CleanWave™ UV-C Sanitizer Wand

Air Purification

UV Sanitizer, Portable UV Light with UVC Cleaner Disinfection Lamp, Kills 99.9% of Viruses

Treatment Bed Covers

Polyurethane Laminated (PUL) Sanitary Protective Cover – hypo-allergenic and waterproof

Washing of all linens, cloths, face covers and blankets for every use (as always)

Work Station and Supplies

Trays designed for individual use between cleaning

cupping station designed for individual use between cleaning

Personal Barrier Equipment

Medical grade PPE masks/Goggles/Face Shield

Lab coats 

Non-latex gloves for individual use 

Avoid The Spread of Viruses

It can take 2-10 days for an infected person to develop fever

Seek medical help early with fever, cough, difficulty breathing

Reschedule and stay home if you feel unwell, have a fever, aches, cough, or respiratory difficulties

Wash hands frequently with soap and water for 20-30 seconds

Use sanitizer if soap and water is unavailable

Avoid touching face and nose

Social distance in public - 6 feet minimum distance suggested

Wear masks in public and throughout treatment sessions

Cough and sneeze in elbow

Improve Body Function and Immunity with Acupuncture and TCM Nutrition



Above and Beyond Ordinary

We Value

  • Integrity
  • Transparency
  • ​​​​​​​Safety

Please visit our COVID Safety page.
Our cleaning protocols and standards
exceed those required by: