- Good Point Acupuncture2301 Red Bud Ln, Ste 200
Round Rock, TX 78664(512) 731-0642
Appointment TimesTue1pm - 6pmWed9am - 1pmThu1pm - 6pmFri9am - 1pmSat9am - 1pm
“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 »
“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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“Despite being my first ever attempt/experience with Acupuncture, the team at Good Point were welcoming, explained the process and despite being “group” style” it may as well have been individual. When I walked in, everyone else was asleep or eyes closed, and as I listened to my own guided meditation... Read more »
“As soon as you walk in it’s very calming and relaxing with nice smells and dim lighting, and then the main treatment room is very comfortable too. I had a great nap. It’s very affordable so there is no reason not to try.” -K.F.
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“I have been here numerous times. I refer everyone I know here, as well. Acupuncture helps with so many issues including pain, sinuses, stress, and sleep problems. The staff listens to your needs. It’s very affordable and comfortable. I’ve done private acupuncture at other places in the past and get... Read more »
“I live an hour away and still make the drive to come see Yvonne! I do not like needles but Yvonne is great at what she does and the atmosphere at GP is quiet and relaxing, which calms me. I’m so glad my family found her!” -L.L.
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The winter solstice this year falls on Tuesday, December 21st. This is a magical moment in terms of Chinese Medicine’s view of seasonal rhythms. It is the exact time when yin, the dark aspect of the yin-yang (tai ji) symbol, reaches its peak, and the spark of yang is born again. It’s a time when