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Wells Acupuncture rates are competitive with other acupuncturists who offer similiar private, one-on-one acupuncture sessions in the Sandhills and surrounding area.

The first appointment costs $140 and lasts approximately 2 hours. Each subsequent appointment is $90 and lasts about 1 hour.

In gratitude, we offer a reduced fee to military veterans (active, retired, or separated) and their spouses. The rates for this group are $140 for the initial appointment
and $80 for each follow-up.

Payment is rendered at the time of treatment by either cash, check or credit card (MasterCard, Visa, AmEx, Discover).

We understand that life happens and you may be forced by circumstances beyond your control to miss an appointment.  For non-emergency cancelations within 24 hours of your scheduled appointment (including no-show), you may be charged the full appointment fee.

We do not participate with insurance (including Medicare), however will provide you a detailed receipt for you to seek reimbursement from your insurance provider. Full payment is rendered at each treatment; fees for treatments rendered are not refundable. Every insurance policy is unique and we recommend you speak with your plan administrator before beginning treatment to ensure you fully understand the details and intricacies of your specific coverage.
In speaking with your insurance company, please seek to fully understand
the following questions:
1. Does your policy cover acupuncture?
2. If so, what restrictions or specific conditions does it cover?
3. Is a referral required?
4. How many treatment sessions per year?
5. Is there a co-pay, and if so, how much?


20 Memorial Dr Suite B
Pinehurst, NC 28374

Dr. Wells' office is open with reduced hours to a limited number of current patients (not taking new patients at this time). We've implemented additional safety practices and other noticeable changes (read letter here) and will continually adapt as the situation warrants. Ultimately, the safety of our community is paramount and guides our decisions.

The COVID-19 pandemic reminds us exactly how interconnected we really are. Kindness doesn't prevent or heal an infection, but it sure is a balm for a hurting world.

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