- Good Point Acupuncture2301 Red Bud Ln, Ste 200
Round Rock, TX 78664(512) 731-0642
Appointment TimesTue1pm - 6pmWed9am - 1pmThu1pm - 6pmFri9am - 1pmSat9am - 1pm
“I had a problem with my knees and lower back. Yvonne fixed both of the problems within a couple of visits. Excellent results! I go back there whenever I have any pain.” -G.C.
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“I started doing acupuncture after a friend (who was in the midst of a battle with cancer) highly recommended it. It helped her so much, she never missed a day of work. I figured, “what the heck- why not try it?”. Possibly my best decision ever. I go to help... Read more »
“What a life saver they are! I have struggled with different issues at times and Yvonne and her partners have been a God send. Kind, patient, understanding and knowledgeable. One of the best acupuncture experiences I’ve had and I’ve seen many different practitioners. Thank you!” – D.S.
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“Yvonne is incredibly intuitive, and a gifted healer. I’ve been lucky enough to benefit from her services previously, and I know she truly cares about every person she works with and strives to provide a great experience every time. I appreciate her offering such an affordable price, so much that... Read more »
“Wonderful experience. Nice, relaxing and attentive. Really helped my chronic pain.” -J.K.
Really helped my chronic pain. was last modified: February 19th, 2020 by Yvonne Perez Kettering
“It was my first time doing acupuncture so I had no idea what to expect. It was a good experience. The needles don’t hurt and then you relax for 45 minutes to allow the body to do it’s magic. I quickly signed up for more sessions. Thank you Yvonne.” -G.I.... Read more »
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Fall is traditionally thought of as harvest time, a time for gathering nature’s bounty, and preparing it for storage. Food is preserved for hibernation season. While we, as humans, do not actually hibernate in winter, we resonate with the energy of the season. Many animals hibernate, plants die down while roots preserve energy for the spring. The sun is low