Q: Does Acupuncture hurt?
A: Jian-Hua Mu specializes in needle technique, and has developed a
very subtle style. Often one will not even feel the needle, or if they
do, perhaps only a light pinching sensation.
Q: How do you take herbs?
A: Herbs are taken in a few different forms, raw herbs ground and boiled,
concentrated herbal granules from which tea is made, and herbal pills.
Chinese herbology is considered by many to be the most advanced herbal
system known today. Combining herbal therapy with acupuncture will accelerate
the healing process.
Q: How much do treatments cost?
A: Jian-Hua Mu offers competitive rates along with student and senior
discounts. Call for more detailed pricing information.
Q: Do you accept medical insurance?
A: Yes, most types of insurance are accepted .
Q: How many treatments can I expect?
A: One treatment will be enough for some diseases, but sometimes, especially
for chronic diseases, injuries, and imbalances which took many years
to develop, more treatments may be required. Combining acupuncture with
herbal supplements, improvements in diet, and exercise, and adding practices
like meditation, Tai Chi, or yoga will accelerate the therapeutic effect.
Q: Is acupuncture Safe?
A: Acupuncture is one of the safest medical interventions known to
man. Jian-Hua Mu uses only single use disposable needles.
Q: What are the side effects of Acupuncture?
A: Unlike today's pharmacology, acupuncture has virtually no side effects.
Occasionally there will be a light bruise on the site where there was
a needle placed.
Q: What are Jian-Hua Mu's office hours?
A: Jian-Hua Mu's office hours are Monday-Friday 9:00 am -6:00 pm. Appointments
only. If you need to reschedule or cancel an appointment please call
Jian-Hua Mu at least 24 hours before your scheduled appointment time.
Q: Where can I learn more about Traditional Chinese Medicine?
A: Here is a section of our website with more information. About Traditional Chinese Medicine