What is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture is one of the many alternative therapies and treatments Newbridge offers. It involves inserting thin needles into the skin at very strategic points of the body along the different energy pathways; it is most commonly used to treat pain but it has a variety of benefits, including stress management.

Who Preforms Acupuncture at Newbridge?

Sarah Gehin, nurse practioner and licensed acupuncturist, is the Newbridge practioner who offers acupuncture. She also offers acupressure, ear seeds, and tui-na.

Interested in scheduling an acupuncture session at Newbridge?
Your initial acupuncture session will take between 60 and 75 minutes and costs $140 plus tax.

After the initial session, follow-up appointments are 60 minutes and cost $90 plus tax. However, if you are only getting acupuncture on one side of your body or for a specific injury, the follow-up appointment is 30 minutes and costs $55 plus tax.

Schedule an appointment by calling Newbridge at 612-730-2237. If you are a new patient, start by filling out the Welcome Form and an Intake Specialist will contact you at their earliest convenience. You will receive a consent form at that time to sign.
Newbridge only offers acupuncture for patients eight years old and up. However, acupressure, ear seeds, and tui-na can be performed for patients under the age of eight.
Acupuncture is a generally safe method of treatment, but that it may have some side effects, including bruising, numbness or tingling near the needling sites that may last a few days, and dizziness or fainting.