At Amy Baird Schlegel in Laguna Acupuncture you can expect deep relaxation, relief from pain and internal medicine health evaluation to assist with hormonal concerns, digestive issues, preparation for pregnancy and fertility based treatments, assistance with respiratory conditions and emotional balancing. Therapy is also helpful as a complimentary medicine to your allopathic treatments for stroke, cancer and other autoimmune issues.
Detailed health intake, 30 minute massage and acupuncture. Service may include gua sha, cupping, and TENS as deemed helpful and necessary by the provider
New Patient Acupuncture and Qi Gong Healing
This New Patient Visit includes qi gong gentle healing touch on the abdomen and acupuncture. The qi gong therapy is also known at Chi Nei Tsang.
You will be lead through guided breathing exercises and receive a gentle touch healing technique on the abdomen. You will also receive one hour of acupuncture.
Silver Acupuncture New Patient Visit
This appointment is for new patients. Detailed patient intake with 15 minute massage and acupuncture for a total of 90 minutes. Treatment may include cupping, gua sha, moxa ,TENS or other Traditional Medicine modalities as deemed necessary.
1 hour 30 minutes$200
Acupuncture Follow Up Visit 90 Minutes
Visit includes 90 minute acupuncture plus 15 minutes massage and one Traditional Medicine modality as deemed necessary and helpful by the practitioner such as cupping, gua sha and TENS.
1 hour 30 minutes$185
Acupuncture Follow Up Visit 75 Minutes
Visit includes 75 minute acupuncture plus 10 minutes massage and one Traditional Medicine modality as deemed necessary and helpful by the practitioner such as cupping, gua sha and TENS.
1 hour 15 minutes$155
Qi Gong Healing Follow Up Visit
Breathwork and gentle touch on the abdomen help to ease digestive and emotional pain and trauma as well as unwinding other physical ailments related to tension held in the abdomen.
Amy Baird Schlegel L.Ac, D.A.O.M in Laguna Beach
Amy Baird Schlegel was a self taught herbalist since 1993 and soon discovered Traditional Chinese Medicine offers a more complex and millennia old approach to diagnostics and treatment. Amy began a graduate program for acupuncture, herbalism and natural healing in 1997, a massage therapy license in 2004 and has been successfully assisting patients in achieving optimal health ever since.