Our Guelph Location

We are happy to announce that TCM Six is now offering in home Acupuncture treatments in Guelph!

How it works:

Contact us by phone or email for a free consultation,

After discussing if Traditional Chinese Medicine is a good fit for you we will book a day and time to come to your house,

We will bring all supplies including Treatment Table, Acupuncture Needles, Sanitary Supplies, and everything else needed to provide you a comfortable and effective treatment,

On the day of the appointment all you need to do is let us in and provide a space for the treatment to take place. It could be your bedroom, living room, or any other space you feel most comfortable.

The first treatment consists of a health evaluation and clinical treatment taking 30 minutes and 60 minutes respectively,

Follow up treatments are 60 minutes in length.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: How much does treatment cost?

A: 60 minute treatments at home are $100, this allows us to cover our gas and travel expenses and is competitive with similar clinics in Guelph.

Q: Can I use health insurance to pay?

A: We can accept most kinds of private insurance including workplace plans.

Q: Is there an initial consultation fee?

A: Consultation by phone is free, but we do charge a one time fee for our diagnostic health assessment of $30. You will only pay this fee once before your first treatment and never again.

Q: Is it really necessary to have a health assessment?

A: Chinese Medicine Acupuncture is a fully developed medical system which works the same way as other medicines such as Western or Ayeurveda. Before treating you we need to understand your condition and make an assessment to help us give you the highest possible level of relief.

Q: Does Acupuncture really work?

A: Acupuncture has been shown in thousands of studies to have similar efficacy to other modern medical modalities.

Q: I am afraid of needles, can I still get treatment?

A: We also perform Tui Na Massage, Gua Sha (scraping), and Cupping, all of which are effective methods to treat pain and many other chronic conditions.

Q: Can these alternate treatments be covered by insurance?

A: To qualify for coverage under private insurance we are required to use acupuncture needles. In the case that needles are used, alternate modalities may be included in the price of the acupuncture treatment and qualify for insurance coverage.

Q: Do you accept OHIP?

A: OHIP does not currently cover Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine.

Q: Do you provide shorter treatments such as 30 minutes?

A: For our Cupping and Gua Sha treatments we can offer 30 minute treatments which cost $50 but they are not covered by insurance.

Q: What are your hours?

A: We work seven days a week from 7 to 7.

Q: Do I need to book in advance?

A: It is suggested that you book at least two days in advance.

Q: How do I contact you?

A: Use the contact for below.

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