- Good Point Acupuncture2301 Red Bud Ln, Ste 200
Round Rock, TX 78664(512) 731-0642
We will be closed Friday, July 1st – Monday, July 4th to replace the roof. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Appointment TimesTue1pm - 6pmWed9am - 1pmThu1pm - 6pmFri9am - 1pmSat9am - 1pm
“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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“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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“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 »
“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 »
“Yvonne and Allison are both great, great service and it has helped me while pregnant and afterwards. Sciatica, knee and lower back pain relief.” -A.M.
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“Good Point was my first experience with acupuncture and I’ve been 3 times now, once a week. I thought about getting acupuncture in the past but it was out of my price range to keep up with it on a consistent basis.
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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