Financial Policies


Current fees can be found here.

  • Patients are responsible for paying fees in full at the time of service.

  • The fee for acupuncture treatment does not include cost of herbal medicine or other supplements which may be prescribed and/or recommended.

  • Payment may be made with cash, personal check or any major credit card. In the event payment is declined, due to insufficient funds or bounced check, an addition $25 service charge is applied.

  • Patients with open balances on their account are prohibited from booking future appointments until all fees have been paid.


Cancellation Policy

Jacqueline respects her patients' schedules, she does her best to keep appointments running right on time. Her schedule is often fully booked with a wait list, for that reason Sweet Beet Acupuncture enforces a 24-hour cancellation policy. This is done in an effort to help as many people as possible. If you cannot make your appointment, that is fine, there is likely someone else trying to get in that spot, so please release any appointment you won’t be able to make it to.

  • In the event a patient needs to cancel or reschedule their appointment with less than 24 hours notice, they will be responsible for the cost of the treatment.

  • If a patient does not show up for their scheduled appointment time they will be responsible for the cost of treatment. If a patient is a no-show to appointments 3 times, it may result in termination of care.

  • Patients are not be allowed to book future appointments until any open balance on their account has been paid.



  • Sweet Beet Acupuncture is an out-of-network provider and is not in-network with any insurance provider. If you are seeking an in-network provider please contact your insurance provider directly for assistance.

  • If your insurance plan covers acupuncture treatment, it is possible it may not cover treatment for the condition you are seeking treatment for. Please contact your insurance provider directly for the details of your coverage.

  • If your insurance company covers all or part of the cost of acupuncture treatment you are still responsible for the cost of meeting any deductible or co-payment amounts, as well as any other open balance on your account.

  • Patients are responsible for paying in full at the time of service and may request a SuperBill to submit to their insurance provider for reimbursement.

  • Any herbal medicine which may be prescribed may not be covered by health insurance.