2112 West Belmont | Chicago, IL 60618 | 773.880.9939
Same-day treatments are not available to be booked online, and may be scheduled by calling the clinic: 773.880.9939
No-shows and cancellations made less than 24 hours in advance of your appointment are subject to a $40 fee.
On-street parking is available seven days per week, except for the north side of Belmont Avenue from 4-6pm weekdays. Please allow enough time for travel and parking prior to your appointment. At the discretion of the clinic schedule and your practitioner, late arrivals will be held to their scheduled end time.
A Healing Foundations Gift Certificate is an excellent way to express your best wishes for health and happiness. Stop by, call, or email us to purchase a certificate for a specific service or an amount that will let the recipient decide which healthful route to explore. Gift certificates may be used for services, classes, and retail products.
Insurance coverage for acupuncture treatment varies from policy to policy, but benefits for acupuncture are becoming more common. Healing Foundations is a certified in-network provider for Cigna Insurance. If your insurance policy has acupuncture coverage, we will help you get your treatments covered by submitting claims to your insurance directly. We're happy to call your insurance provider to check your benefits for you, but you may wish to contact your insurance company ahead of time to find out what your policy's coverage is for acupuncture. If you're unsure of your insurance coverage, you may make payment at the time of treatment and we will complete the required submission for your provider, who will reimburse you the amount for which you're covered. Do you have a Health Savings Account? You can absolutely use your HSA to pay for treatments at Healing Foundations! We are happy to provide itemized receipts for HSA purposes.
Accredited and Licensed Acupuncturists
At Healing Foundations, you will only receive acupuncture from trained and licensed acupuncturists. In the state of Illinois, licensed acupuncturists are required to complete a minimum of 3 academic years of study, including more than 1000 hours of classroom time and more than 600 hours of hands-on clinic time treating patients. To become licensed, they must pass a rigorous national board examination given by the National Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). Licensed acupuncturists use acupuncture and its underlying theories as their main therapy, enabling them to utilize their expertise to effectively and safely treat even complicated cases. Their extensive training allows them to take advantage of acupuncture and Chinese Medicine's broad range of applications as well as go more in depth in treating individual cases, helping them to attain optimal results. Other practitioners, such as chiropractors, medical doctors, and physical therapists may not be licensed. These therapists can practice a style of acupuncture called "dry needling" with 100 hours or even less of training.