Services and Fees

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New Patient Visits

New Patient (up to 60 minutes) $250

Best for people with multiple or chronic health concerns

New Patient with Acupuncture (up to 60 minutes) $246

Best for people interested in acupuncture for pain-related concerns like back pain, shoulder pain, etc.

Established Patient Visits

Follow-up Acupuncture (up to 60 minutes) $150

For established patients

Brief Follow-up Office Visit (up to 30 minutes) $150

Brief check in to review your progress, labs, and update your treatment plan

Extended Follow-up Office Visit (up to 60 minutes) $225

In-depth check in to review your progress, labs, and update your treatment plan

Follow-up with acupuncture (up to 60 minutes) $221

Brief check in to review your progress, labs, update your treatment plan, and have acupuncture

Tibetan Energy Healing (up to 60 minutes) $225

Energy healing session including external treatments (herbal oil, etc.), meditations, yoga postures, and therapeutic movement

Massage Therapy (up to 60 minutes) $100

Our therapists may use gentle flow techniques, deep tissue work, and/or cranio-sacral therapy. Consider customizing your treatment with add-ons:

  • Peppermint Foot Treatment: $10
  • Hot Stones Trial (one body area): $5
  • Hot Stones Focused (two body areas): $10
  • Hot Stones Full Body: $15

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you accept insurance?

As of October 1, 2023, all services at APD Integrative Medicine are self-pay. We will no longer bill insurance and will be out of network for all insurance carriers. Payment is required at the time of service unless you have a Workers Compensation referral or VA Community Care referral.

Why did you make this change?

The reimbursements we receive from insurance companies for our services are unfortunately not enough to cover the cost of running the clinic. As a result, our clinic leadership made the difficult decision to stop billing insurance starting 10/1/2023. All of our services are now self-pay, except for Workers Compensation claims and Veterans Affairs Community Care patients. 

How do I know what your services cost?

Please see our list of services with pricing. If you aren’t sure what kind of visit is best for your health situation, please ask us. We are happy to talk through what may best fit your needs.

What types of payment are accepted?

We accept:

  • Credit/Debit Cards
  • Checks
  • Health Savings Account (HSA), Health Reimbursement Account (HRA), and Flexible Spending Account (FSA) cards

Payment is expected at the time of service unless you have a Workers Compensation referral or VA Community Care referral.

Will Integrative Medicine at APD work with my healthcare providers?

Absolutely! All of your healthcare providers — primary care, integrative medicine, emergency services, pre- and post-operative providers — work together to support your healthcare needs and goals. We keep your chart notes in the Dartmouth Health EPIC electronic medical record system. You can access your records through the myDH patient portal.

Do you have any suggestions for working with my insurance company?

Our team has a lot of experience talking to insurance companies and we can give you a list of questions to ask your insurance company as well as the specific codes for the kinds of care we provide.

Check with your insurance provider to see if out-of-network services are reimbursed under your plan. Healthcare providers who do not take insurance are considered out of network.

Depending on the insurance company, the amount may count toward your annual deductible.

What else should I know to plan for the cost of my Integrative Medicine care?

Great question!

Follow up visits

It’s pretty common that people need follow up visits after their initial consultation. Depending on your situation, you may want acupuncture or you may need additional office visits to look at lab results labs, check in with your progress, or answer questions. Generally speaking, people should plan for 2-6 follow up visits over the following 6-12 months once they are established.


Generally, we like to have people return for a weekly acupuncture visit for 4-6 weeks after their initial visit, then a few visits about two weeks apart, and a few more about three weeks apart. After that, we make a maintenance plan based on your situation.


If we need more information from labs, first we work with your primary care team to order labs that may be covered by your insurance. We can also provide information for lower-cost, self-pay lab services.

Sometimes we need information from labs that are deemed “nonstandard.” For the most part, these labs are not covered by insurance. We can provide the CPT code for the test and you can check with your insurance company to see if they will reimburse you. You can also use Health Savings Account (HSA), Health Reimbursement Account (HRA), and Flexible Spending Account (FSA) cards to pay for these labs.


We believe in the healing power of exercise, eating well, sleeping well, and managing stress. Sometimes, however, we need to use supplements and herbs for more focused help. We subscribe to the philosophy of having a clear reason for using any supplement, and many patients find we recommend fewer supplements than they currently take.

Our patients get recommended supplements from several sources, including the Co-op Food Stores in the Upper Valley, FullScript (online), and companies that provide Chinese herbs and topicals.