- Good Point Acupuncture2301 Red Bud Ln, Ste 200
Round Rock, TX 78664(512) 731-0642
Appointment TimesTue1pm - 6pmWed9am - 1pmThu1pm - 6pmFri9am - 1pmSat9am - 1pm
“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.
I book my appointment easily online, usually same... Read more »
I was BEYOND thrilled to find Yvonne. I was really skittish about acupuncture- until I tried it. She has helped immensely to relieve everything from sinus pain, and headaches, to ongoing stress. To be perfectly honest, I didn’t realize HOW MUCH she helped until I stopped going. I’ve learned my... 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 »
“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.
It’s very affordable so... 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 »
“Yvonne has helped me the last 2 years with an array of issues ranging from hot flashes, sleeplessness, nerve pain, back issues, eye issues and now most recent healing from a broken leg. She generally cares about your overall well being, asks great questions to assess and knows how to... Read more »
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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