- Good Point Acupuncture2472 S FM 2869
Inside O2 For You
Hawkins, TX 75765(512) 731-0642
“Such a relaxing and calming environment. Yvonne has a very light touch and makes you feel very comfortable. If you are anyone who is hesitant because of a fear of needles she is really great and is a safe space.” -E.L.
Yvonne has a very light touch and... Read more »
“Goodpoint Acupuncture is a great. I really enjoyed my experience with the community style acupuncture. In the past acupuncture how been cost prohibitive for me, but for only $25 a treatment, I have finally found a place where I can go regularly. The acupuncturists explained the process and made me... Read more »
“Definitely improved my neck and shoulder pain. Lots of energy. It was such a relaxing experience. This was the first time I have had acupuncture although I have been wanting to do it for some time now. Good point is very affordable. Great staff in a relaxing clean atmosphere. I... Read more »
“This is really an awesome place. Especially for those of us that are not wealthy enough or have insurance that will cover acupuncture. The community room idea was a bit off putting when it was explained to me but once you close you eyes and sink into the awesome lounger... Read more »
“Good Point Acupuncture is awesome! It’s very clean and professional and the acupuncturists are extremely receptive to your concerns and they are very knowledgeable. The appointments only cost $25 which is crazy for the high level of service you receive. It’s also really easy to book online and there’s usually... Read more »
“There is nothing better than an acupuncture nap! Not only is this wonderful service needed by many, but the price can’t be beat ! This is now an affordable service. Yvonne is a caring, perceptive, professional. If you have never tried acupuncture, this is your opportunity to see if this... Read more »
Tag Archives: TMJ
Commonly known as TMJ, temporomandibular joint pain affects over 10 million Americans and can involve difficulty chewing, jaw muscle stiffness and painful popping or clicking, according to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research.
Although for some people the pain of TMJ goes away on its own, others develop long-term problems and need treatment to help