Dr. Jinli Ran, O.M.D.,  702-362-1300

ACUPUNCTURE CLINIC

 

Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine Consultation.

 

 

 

Over 30 Years Experience. Trained in Beijing, China.

 

 

(Mon, Wed, Fri) 7595 W Washington Ave, Suite 170, LV 89128
(Tue, Thu, Sat) 4128 S. Rainbow Blvd, LV 89103
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Frequently Asked Questions


We try to anticipate questions you might have about our service and provide the answers here. If you need additional information please fill out the Query form in the 'contact us' page. We'll respond to your queries as early as possible.

 

1.

Do you use disposable needles?

Yes. All needles are brand new and taken from a sealed package. These needles are then disposed of after the session is finished.


2.

Does Acupuncture hurt?

There is practically no pain involved. You might feel a small pinch as the needles are inserted.


3.

How many needles are inserted?

This varies from patient to patient and the type of illness being treated.


4.

How long does each session start?

Each session typically 30 minutes. Occasionally, more time is used if needed.


5.

Do you accept insurance?

We are provider for many different insurance companies including Senior Dimensions(referral not required), Blue Cross, Federal Blue Cross, AARP Medicare Complete by United Health, Cigna, Beech Street, Teachers, Sierra Health Care Options, Operating Enginerrs, Clark County, Metro, First Health/Coventry, Las Vegas City, most Las Vegas casinos (Wynn, Venetion, MGM, Harrahs, Boyd).

The Culinary insurance, however, does not cover acupuncture.  Each insurance policy is different. We will need to find out the specifics of your policy.  Most insurances have a deductible which must be met first before the coverage kicks in. Most policies also have a copay. 

It is also important to realize that just because we are listed as a provider for your plan does not mean that your specific plan covers acupuncture. An insurance company maintains only one list of providers independent of whether your plan covers acupuncture or not. You will need to check the specifics of your plan.


6.

Does Medicare or Medicaid cover acupuncture?

No, they do not cover Acupuncture.


7.

Do you offer evening or weekend appointments?

We can accommodate different appointment times including evenings and weekends as needed.


8.

How long have you been practicing acupuncture?

Over 30 years experience. My training was in Beijing, China.


9.

How many visits will I need?

Each person is different as is each type of problem. The number of visits needed will vary for each person. Sometimes a person will get relief right away after only 1 or 2 treatments but other times could require 4-8 visits or sometimes more. Each person will normally come for 1-2 treatments each week until the relief desired is obtained.


10

How much does it cost if I don't have insurance?

Without insurance, the discounted rate for the initial visit will cost $65. Each visit after the first will cost $55.