Pricing and Payments
- The initial visit at Medical Acupuncture of Chester County is a comprehensive health history and assessment, combining Dr. Burgoon’s experience in both modern medicine and classical Chinese medicine. The fee for this first visit is $350. This first visit does not routinely include a treatment. If an acupuncture treatment is given at the first visit, there is no additional charge.
- The fee for routine acupuncture/moxibustion visits is $120.
- The cost of any Chinese herbal treatments recommended and dispensed by Dr. Burgoon will be in addition to the session fee.
- Medical Acupuncture of Chester County prefers checks or cash but will accept Visa or MasterCard, if more convenient. Payment is expected at the time of each visit.
Cancellations and Rescheduling
- 24-hours notice is required to cancel or change an appointment.
- If you arrive more than 15 minutes late for your appointment, you may be rescheduled to ensure timely treatment of other clients, and a missed appointment fee will be charged.
- There is no charge for inclement weather cancellations or for severe illness cancellations. Most minor illnesses (colds, headaches, etc) will benefit from acupuncture treatment. If you are not sure if you should keep your appointment due to illness, please contact the office.
- In the event of an inclement weather office closure, you will be contacted to reschedule your appointment.
- We make every effort to keep appointments on schedule. If Dr. Burgoon is running behind schedule, rest assured you will receive the same quality care and attention as usual when your appointment begins.
Medical Acupuncture of Chester County is not a participating provider for any insurance company. We do not process insurance, but we are happy to provide medical receipts for you to submit to your insurance company. You may want to check in advance with your insurance company to determine if your specific treatment will be covered.
In many cases, clients have been able to use medical spending accounts, health savings accounts, flexible spending accounts and other tax-free accounts to pay for treatment. If you have questions about this, contact your account supervisor or human resources department.