Acupuncture at Tia

This science-backed Traditional Chinese Medicine practice creates biochemical and physiological effects powerful for both prevention and treatment of common women's health conditions.

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Acupuncture is a science-backed modality that's been practiced for thousands of years. With no side effects or harm to the body, it’s been shown to alleviate and help treat common women’s health issues from migraines to pelvic pain to irritable bowel to infertility. At Tia, we use acupuncture as a complement to or in lieu of medication to help you get and stay truly well. We even offer acupuncture as a natural pain-reducing adjunct when you’re getting an IUD!

The intent of acupuncture is to bring the body back into a state of homeostasis and ignite the body’s innate ability to heal. It’s also a powerful tool for prevention. By activating sensory receptors and signaling nerves to transmit impulses to the brain, it creates a dual

Did you know?

Acupuncture has been used for centuries to help reduce pain. In fact, in China acupuncture has been successfully used in place of anesthesia during surgery!

biochemical and physiological effect on the body that helps to ease pain, promote healing, and improve immune function.

Studies have shown that acupuncture can improve blood circulation, reduce inflammation, release pain-killing opioid neuropeptides, and help regulate hormones. Acupuncture benefits the body's stress response and has a calming effect on the nervous systems. That’s why we believe acupuncture should be “core” to an integrative women’s care model vs. delivered in a silo.

Meet our Acupuncturists

Tia's acupuncturists work in collaboration with primary care providers, gynecology providers, therapists and more to deliver connected whole person healthcare.

Elana Weisberg, L.Ac.
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Margarita Russolello, DACM, L.Ac.
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“My acupuncture session at Tia was wonderful! I really appreciated Elana's gentle needle pricks.”

—Rebecca, Tia Member

Acupuncture FAQ

Do you take insurance for acupuncture?

This is completely dependent on your insurance plan — many, but not all, plans cover acupuncture. Our sessions are priced affordably to make acupuncutre accesible regardless of coverage. Additionally, you can buy an acupuncture pack to get even better deals.

Can I get acupuncture virtually?

We haven't quite figured out that one, but we do offer virtual acupressure. These sessions equip you with tools from the Traditional Chinese Medicine cannon!

Does membership include the cost of appointments?

Your Tia membership includes a Care Coordinator, same-day appointments, virtual and in-person accessibility, community programming, and more. Membership does not include the cost of appointments, but as a member you can use your insurance for gynecology, primary care, and, depending on your insurance, acupuncture too!

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Get sessions as low as $45 when you buy an acupuncture pack!

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