Dr. Brittany Mekeel , DACM, L.Ac.
Acupuncture by Dr. Brittany Mekeel
For as long as I can remember I’ve had a fascination with how the human body works. I also have a passion for helping people feel and be the best version of themselves. I developed an
interest in Chinese medicine and acupuncture working as an acupuncture assistant many years ago. It was my first experience receiving an acupuncture treatment as well as witnessing many others receive treatments for various ailments. I was really interested in learning how this medicine aided in the healing process of many individuals and all for different reasons. I love the idea of being able to help so many different types of ailments, and most importantly, help them naturally.
I believe in the Chinese Medicine philosophy of not just masking the problem area but getting down to the root of the problem and healing from the inside out. I treat each patient with the
belief that every single person should be treated as an individual and I cater treatment protocols to their individual and specific needs.
Nothing gives me greater joy quite like hearing the words “you helped me feel better”.
I love educating my patients about the various benefits of receiving acupuncture and what they can do on their own in conjunction with the treatments to help them reach their health and wellness goals. Your healthcare journey starts with you; I am just here to aid along the journey. I am passionate about learning how each individual patient’s body is functioning and utilizing Traditional Chinese Medicine to get it functioning at a balanced level. I love witnessing and being a part of a patient’s healthcare journey towards a better life.
What is acupuncture?
Acupuncture is a type of treatment that utilizes tiny sterile
needles inserted into various points on the body to activate a
natural healing response. Acupuncture treatments follow
concepts and theories of East Asian Medicine with goals of
creating balance and harmony within the body and bodily
systems. In Western Medicine terms, acupuncture may
decrease pain, increase blood flow and circulation, relax
muscles or relieve muscle spasms, decrease inflammation,
release your “feel good” hormones (endorphins, serotonin,
dopamine, oxytocin), and regenerate healthy cells.
What can acupuncture treat?
Acupuncture can treat a variety of ailments including but not
Acute and Chronic Pain
Fertility and Pregnancy
Complementary Cancer Care
Who can utilize acupuncture?
When performed by a licensed acupuncturist, acupuncture is a
safe and effective treatment option for all ages from 3 months to 90+ years. You can even receive acupuncture throughout
How many acupuncture treatments will I need?
Frequency and length of treatment plan will be discussed
during the initial evaluation as each treatment plan is tailored
to the individual and their specific needs.
Hours: Every Tuesday and Friday
11am-7pm by appointment
Initial session: $125
Includes: Extensive evaluation including discussion of medical history,
reason/s for seeking acupuncture, and
Follow up session : $85
Includes: Evaluation, discussion, and
*Based on practitioner recommendation, initial and/or follow-up acupuncture treatments may
include cupping, electro-therapy, moxibustion, or tui-na.
This office can provide you with a superbill to submit to your insurance
for reimbursement purposes.
It is your responsibility to discuss acupuncture coverage with your insurance company as well as submit the superbill to your insurance company.