Acupuncture

Holiday Appointment Updates!

Happy Holidays!

It sure feels like a whirlwind between Thanksgiving and the upcoming December holidays. We hope you can take a moment to breathe in the beauty of the season in between all the activities!

We have a few updates-

  • If you’ve been in, you’ve probably noticed that Carleton is extremely busy right now, helping lots of patients find some relief. So- if you need an appointment, please look ahead at the schedule and find a time that works for you or call and we can help
  • We know it is a busy time of year- if you do need to change or cancel, please give us as much notice as you can, there has recently been up to 3 people waiting for any cancellation slot during the week
  • We will be open normal hours for the next two weeks but then closed for the week of Christmas: December 23-27 (our kids are really excited!) and then back open during New Year’s week.
  • If you have aches and pains and acupuncture insurance benefits that haven’t been used yet for 2019, TODAY is the day to schedule your appointments, they are going fast, there are only 8 office days from now until Christmas break!

We are grateful to you for all of the wonderful referrals and kind words. If you haven’t written a review yet for Alpine Acupuncture on Yelp, Google or Facebook, it really would be the best present Carleton could receive, he loves reading a new reviews over his lunch!

Best wishes for a calm and healthy holiday season-

Carleton and Dr. Katja Magus

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