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750 Old Hickory Boulevard
Building 2, Suite 150
Nashville, TN 37027

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Hours

Monday 8:00AM – 1:00PM
Tuesday 8:00AM – 1:00PM
Wednesday Closed
Thursday 8:00AM – 1:00PM
Friday 8:00AM – 1:00PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Medical Insurance

We accept Blue Cross Blue Shield and United Healthcare. For your convenience, we will verify your insurance benefits at your initial consultation. 

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Directions

Directions from Nashville, TN

65 S from Nashville toward Brentwood, take exit 74A to merge onto TN-254 E/Old Hickory Blvd in Brentwood.

Heading East, you will pass Franklin Pike. On your left will be a shopping center with a Target and the Four Points Sheraton. We are located in the Brentwood Commons buildings just East of the Sheraton. Turn Left onto American General Way, and an immediate Left into the parking lot for Building Two.

Directions from Franklin, TN

65 N from Franklin toward Nashville, take exit 74A to merge onto TN-254 E/Old Hickory Blvd in Brentwood.

Heading East, you will pass Franklin Pike. On your left will be a shopping center with a Target and the Four Points Sheraton. We are located in the Brentwood Commons buildings just East of the Sheraton. Turn Left onto American General Way, and an immediate Left into the parking lot for Building Two.

FAQs

FAQs
What is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture is one of the oldest forms of medicine used in the world today, dating back over 2,000 years (some even speculate over 4,000 years). It is a gentle, low risk practice that applies hair-thin needles to specific points in the body, stimulating the body’s own healing ability.

What is Dry Needling?

Dry Needling is an advanced needling skill or technique limited to the treatment of myofascial pain, using a single use, single insertion, sterile filiform needle (without the use of heat, cold, or any other added modality or medication), that is inserted into the skin or underlying tissues to stimulate trigger points.  Dry needling does not include the stimulation of auricular points, utilization of distal points or non-local points, needle retention, application of retained electric stimulation leads, or the teaching or application of other acupuncture theory.

How many sessions will I need?

The number of sessions needed varies based on the individual. Many clients experience relief during their first session, and return at regular intervals for “maintenance” sessions. For some, sustained relief comes with frequent visits in the beginning, then stretching out the time between sessions once stability is achieved. Following a personal and confidential consultation, your acupuncturist will create a customized plan to assist in achieving your personal healthcare goals.

What does it treat?

Acupuncture is effective as a wellness and preventive medicine, and for both acute and chronic conditions. Individuals seek out acupuncture and Oriental medicine for many reasons. Current research shows evidence of acupuncture decreasing pain, reducing inflammation, calming nerves, aiding digestion, improving sleep, preventing nausea, strengthening the immune system and much more.

Does it hurt?

Acupuncture is effective as a wellness and preventive medicine, and for both acute and chronic conditions. Individuals seek out acupuncture and Oriental medicine for many reasons. Current research shows evidence of acupuncture decreasing pain, reducing inflammation, calming nerves, aiding digestion, improving sleep, preventing nausea, strengthening the immune system and much more..

Why Affinity Acupuncture?

It’s important to develop a good relationship with your acupuncturist. We pride ourselves in the personalized care we provide. William blends knowledge from Eastern and Western medicine, using elements from both to give you the best treatment possible. Also, Affinity Acupuncture offers more than acupuncture treatments. Some practitioners charge extra for cupping, Tui-Na, E-Stim, Gua-Sha, TDP Infrared Heat Therapy, and Nutritional Counseling, which we include in the cost of private acupuncture sessions.

Do you accept medical insurance?

We accept Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Healthcare, and Optum. Individual plans vary, so it is best to discuss your insurance coverage before your appointment.