During your initial consultation, Dr. Kristin Huza, DAC, will meet with you and evaluate your specific needs, to determine if you are a candidate for our services. Then, if you are a good candidate for our clinic, she will formulate a treatment plan tailored specifically to you. The majority of the time, her treatment plans draw from all of our services to give you the best comprehensive care and get you the results you desire in the most expeditious method.
Find out if you are a good candidate for a custom treatment plan at AIM Maryland.
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Customized treatment plans for personal treatment goals
At Acupuncture & Integrative Medicine of Maryland, we create custom treatment plans for each individual patient.
Acupuncture & Integrative Medicine
AIM Maryland integrates your biomedical diagnoses from your MD with the wisdom of acupuncture. Acupuncture has become a popular research subject in the past few years, and we are excited to be on the cutting edge of acupuncture and how it relates to modern people. AIM Maryland practices Evidence Based Medicine, and we combine modern tools with acupuncture theory to provide care for complex cases. Your treatment may include needles, natural topicals and formulas, lasers, electrical current & more.
Number of treatments
The number of procedures you will need will vary based on your specific condition, the amount of time you’ve had it, and your medical history.
For complex or long-standing conditions, two to three treatments a week for several months may be recommended. For acute problems, usually fewer visits are required, and for health maintenance, we recommend monthly tune ups.
We offer a courtesy call to your insurance company, and we will have that information available to you during your consultation.
Some insurance companies will cover the acupuncture portion of a treatment plan. We wish insurance companies covered more medical services. Luckily, you are the one who decides what medical care you receive, not the insurance company.