Rates & Insurance

Rates listed below are pre-tax.

New patient first session: $97
 
Acupuncture session: $79
 
Three-Session Package: $208
 
Children under age 12: $42
 
Twice Weekly Acupuncture: $130
 
Happy Baby, Labor induction, or early 3rd trimester check-in: $60
 
30-min. Herbal Consultation for returning patients (herbs not included):
Call/text 505.690.8048 to schedule Herbal Consult.
$42

Herbs, stones, essential oils are available at additional costs.
Cash, checks or credit cards are accepted forms of payment.

Accepted insurance:

Cigna Open Access Plus, Cigna GPO Health Insurance, Presbyterian Health Plan, New Mexico Health Connections, Triwest Veteran's Choice. BCBS and United can be billed if you have out of network acupuncture benifits. Some supplemental Medicare packages include acupuncture benifits.

Please contact Full Well Acupuncture at least 2 days before your first appointment, Monday through Thursday, with your full name, date of birth and insurance member number. We will verify your acupuncture benefits, deductible and co-pay prior to your visit.

Insurance generally covers acupuncture as medically necessary for any of the following indications:

  • Musculoskeletal pain, such as pain associated with any of the following chronic conditions:
  • migraine or tension headache 
  • osteoarthritic knee pain
  • neck pain
  • low back pain
  • Nausea and vomiting associated with pregnancy, chemotherapy or post-surergy
  • Postoperative dental pain

Cancellation Policy

To avoid being charged, please cancel appointments at least 24 hours in advance using the online system.

Testimonial

Full Well Santa Fe

I’ve suffered from migraines for almost 30 years. They are really severe, and usually last for three days. I barely function through them, but being a mom, you can’t really stop, so I push through it. When they are so bad that I’m barely holding on, I really appreciate to be able to come in to see Pamela. It really is pretty instant. I have that magical 20-minute nap, and I wake up and feel the pain leaving me.