New Patients and Intake Forms

You can check your appointment schedule by registering for an account after you make an appointment. From the confirmation page that appears right after you make an appointment, click “Register for an account.” You can also register for an account from the email confirmation sent to your inbox. Once you have an account:

  1. Visit the website Appointments page 
  2. Click “Returning? Log In” 
  3. Enter your username and password. 

You will have access to your account to view or change an existing appointment or schedule a new appointment.

Please note: Appointments less than 24 hours in advance will incur a cancellation fee and cannot be changed online without staff assistance.”

  • Scroll down this page to “Gift Certificates & Packages.”
    Select & purchase your package.
  • To schedule right away, make an appointment directly from the confirmation page that appears right after your purchase, or from the confirmation email sent to your inbox.
  • If you want to schedule at a later date, when you return to the Appointments page on the Full Well Acupuncture website, click “Redeem Gift Certificate, Coupon or Package.”
  • Enter your personal email or confirmation code.
  • It will automatically bring up your package & keep a tally as you schedule.
  • Click “Redeem Gift Certificate, Coupon or Package.”
  • Enter the confirmation code on your gift certificate.
  • It will automatically bring up the record of your gift certificate & scheduling options.
  • If your gift certificate is for a series, it keep a tally as you schedule.


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I tore my right knee up years ago and went through 2 months of rehab. When that didn’t work they operated and followed it with another 6 months of rehab. So when I twisted my left knee a few years back, I was pretty sure I was in for a similar ride. Dr. Gregg said, “Let’s try some acupuncture.” I’m a bit of a wuss around needles but Dr. Gregg is so good with them that they really didn’t hurt. After a dozen sessions or so, over a 30-day period, my knee was back to normal. Surgery and eight months of constant pain versus a month of tiny needles? I’ll take the needles.