1.††† What will happen when you visit?
During the first visit, questions will be asked regarding symptoms, health and lifestyle. I will check your pulses, tongue and conduct a physical exam. This information will be organized to create a diagnosis of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). After the interview, you may receive an acupuncture treatment. The initial visit is about 2 hours. Subsequent treatment sessions are 1 to 2 hours each.
2.††† How many treatments will you need?
After an initial interview, generally a person will come once or twice a week in order to maintain the effect of treatment. As the expected balance is achieved, usually after 10 treatments, treatments are extended to every week, bi-week, monthly and eventually seasonally. Because each person is unique, the frequency of treatment varies with each individual.
3.††† What modalities may be used in the acupuncture treatments?
Acupuncture is one major modality that is used. Acupuncture can be used for a variety of conditions and truly offers a way for one to balance within and harmonize with outside. Acupuncture sessions include a consultation/evaluation, physical examination, acupuncture treatment, and may also incorporate† moxibustion, electro-acupuncture, cupping, massage, TDP far infrared lamp therapy, Chinese herbs , dietary/nutritional and lifestyle recommendations.
4.† Will health insurance cover acupuncture?
Many health insurance companies offer coverage on acupuncture. Health insurance coverage varies a lot. Contact your insurance company to learn if acupuncture is covered.
Contact us about if we take your insurance.
5.††† What are the rates for the services?
1) Interested people: email us for an initial† appointment.
2) Our rates are very reasonable and comparable. Please contact us for the details.
6.††† What should you do before you come to the Harmony ACM clinic?
If you have not been seen before at Harmony ACM clinic you are required to fill out the New Patient Intake Forms before your treatment can be given. We would email you the Form. You fill it out and bring it with you when you come. You may also bring reports of lab tests and imaging examination if you have them.
The appointments can be re-scheduled anytime when you need. Please give a 24 hour notice if you need to cancel. Late cancellation fee is $20.0
Services and Rates
Harmony Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine
†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Center for Health and Wellness†††††††††††††††† www.HarmonyACM.com
1. E-mail: HemingZhuCMD@gmail.com. Preferred.
2. Phone: 410-491-3888. Voice message is not available.
Columbia MD 21046
Harmony ACM Center is located in the heart of Columbia, MD, 2-minute drive to
Columbia Town Mall, 8-minute drive to Johns Hopkins University APL, and Maryland University of Integrative Health.
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The techniques at Harmony ACM:
1. TCM Acupuncture
2. 5-Element Acupuncture
3. Electronic Acupuncture
4. Scalp Acupuncture
8. Chinese Herbal medicine
9. Acu-herb Rejuvenation
10. Chinese Dietary consultation
11. Fuís subcutaneous needling (FSN)
12. Trigger point acupuncture
13. Pi acupuncture
14. Chengís acupuncture
15. Health-wellness coach
The specialties at Harmony ACM:
1. Fascia and musculoskeletal pain, arthritis.
2. Neurological disorders: Parkinsonís diseases, post-stroke, Bellís palsy, cerebral palsy, trigeminal neuralgia, neuropathy
3. Functional GI diseases: indigestion, gastritis, stomachache, constipation, diarrhea
4. Common cold, asthma and seasonal allergy
5. Urinary stone and pain
6. Chronic diseases: hypertension, overweight, diabetes, anxiety and depression, stress and insomnia, lack of sex drive, menopause
7. Lyme Disease
8. Skin diseases: acnes, eczema, bug bites
9. Immunity strengthening
Heming Zhu, PhD, CMD, Lic.Ac, Dipl.OM (NCCAOM)
††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Professor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine & Integrative Health Sciences
††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Board certified acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist