Acupuncture – a form of traditional Chinese medicine that increasingly is being used here in the United States. I’ll admit, it intrigued me, but when offered the chance to try it out free of charge, would I do it? Or would I chicken out?
Modern Acupuncture – Free Session Offer
You probably guessed that I signed up, but it wasn’t without some hesitation. Thanks to a sponsored partnership with Modern Acupuncture, I had the chance to face my fears head on, ask a million questions, and live to tell the tale.
Not only that, but do I have an offer for you! You can try a complete acupuncture session for FREE thanks to my friends at Modern Acupuncture, at one of five participating Dallas/Fort Worth locations.
No fee. No tip. No strings attached. (In fact, they aren’t even allowed to accept a tip. Think of it like going to your doctor. You wouldn’t tip a doctor. Same here.)
Go ahead and get the Free Session Offer and printable coupon now good through April 30, 2019, but read on for more details and if you want to get a glimpse at what to expect.
TIP: Walk-ins are accepted!
I’ve heard so much about the benefits of acupuncture. It was one of the reasons I was intrigued.
Quick online research indicated that acupuncture may benefit many who suffer from a variety of conditions, some of which I personally deal with.
Stress? You bet. Migraines and headaches? Raising hand. Allergies and asthma? Yes, that’s me. Though I’m not a doctor (and don’t play one on tv) and certainly recommend talking to any doctor about any type of health condition, I figured acupuncture was worth a try for me.
If you deal with chronic or acute pain, insomnia, digestive disorders, or a number of other symptoms, you might want to take advantage of the free session offer. And if you find it helps, Modern Acupuncture has monthly packages that are affordable and incredibly flexible too if you need to reschedule (no cancellation fees).
A Visit to Modern Acupuncture
Though I’m smiling in the photo above, I was about to walk into a world I knew very little about. I was a bit nervous.
I opened the doors and met the most wonderful acupuncturist who looked over my medical history and answered ALL my questions. She created a plan based on my history and my current needs. Everyone’s treatment plan is different.
The facility was beautiful and had such a relaxing atmosphere, complete with flat screens (think waves breaking on the ocean, etc).
In addition to traditional acupuncture, I was going to be treated with cosmetic acupuncture. This was unexpected and exciting.
I’m never going to be one who signs up for Botox or plastic surgery to deal with aging, but an acupuncture session here and there to deal with those fine lines and wrinkles? I could go for that.
Drum roll please…
This may be the worst photo I’ve ever taken, but in my defense, I was trying to take a selfie while I had needles in my right wrist area. It was tingling a bit and I just couldn’t quite get a good angle (and the lighting was low for obvious reasons). That said, I show you this picture to give you an idea of where I had needles placed.
Did it hurt when the doctor placed the needles in? In a nutshell, NO, but my right arm did tingle with an unusual sensation that is common and hard to explain. Needles were placed on my face, arms, and lower legs. No clothing needed to be removed.
After they were inserted, I relaxed in the chair. I’ve heard that many fall asleep in this position. I didn’t, but it was relaxing.
I’m ready and willing to visit again and can’t wait to share more with you.
LOCATIONS in DALLAS/FORT WORTH
Dallas Preston Center
8411 Preston Road, Ste 116
Dallas, TX, 75225
5000 Belt Line Road Suite 250
Dallas, TX, 75254
Plano Preston Park
1921 Preston Road, Ste 2004
Plano, TX, 75093
2924 Texas Sage Trail
Fort Worth, TX, 76177
Las Colinas Village
975 W John Carpenter Freeway
Irving, TX, 75039
Take advantage of the Free Session Offer now through April 30, 2019! No appointment necessary, just print off my coupon and visit (but you certainly can call the numbers on the coupon to schedule).
Remember no fee for the session at all. No tipping. No strings attached. You can read more about acupuncture here.