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Daniel offers a sliding scale to patients who are paying for their own care. The purpose of the sliding scale is to make acupuncture affordable to people of all means. Daniel will provide you with income guidelines to help you choose your fee.

If you are unemployed or disabled, you can ask Daniel about setting up a payment plan.

If you have insurance, you can check to see if it will cover visits at the Acupuncture Center of Greenfield. Just go to "Insurance" on the left and follow the prompts.

Even if you don't have insurance, acupuncture can often get you better for less than the cost of your co-pays, deductibles, prescriptions, and lost time on your job.

All payments are expected at the time of your visit, and can be made by check or cash. 

If you need to cancel an appointment, you are asked to give a minimum of 24 hours notice so that Daniel can schedule someone else in the time slot that you have reserved.  If you do not give 24 hours notice, you will pay the usual fee for that time, except in the case of winter storms, illnesses with sudden onset, or other emergencies.  Also, if Daniel is able to fill your time slot despite the short notice, you will not be charged for the appointment.