Wise Wellness Center is now open serving the Portage, Kalamazoo and Battle Creek, Michigan areas!
Come have a cup of herbal tea while you wait for your Acupuncture treatment or massage…
Relax on one of our heated massage tables and listen to relaxing music….
Leave your stress at the door…
Other Things to Consider Before Your Appointment
- Please wear comfortable, loose clothing.
- Make sure you eat at least 2 hours before your treatment.
- Bring a list of medications, vitamins and supplements you are currently taking.
Contact Us:Hours: By appointment Monday, Wednesday & Friday 10am-1pm & 3pm-6pm (Lunch 1-3pm) Saturday & Sunday CLOSED Facials and Massage are available by appointment Monday-Sunday Please call ahead
New Patient Form
Please Download the Patient History Form, fill it out completely and bring it with you to your first appointment.
Smoking Intake Form
Fertility Intake Form
Massage Therapy Forms
Massage Client Form
Please Download this form, sign it and bring it with you to your first appointment.
We accept all insurance plans!
Many health insurance plans now offer some coverage for acupuncture.
Please call our office and we will verify benefits with your insurance provider.
- United Health Care
- United Health Care Pfizer (plus the retirement plan)
- United Health Care PPO UMR
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of MI -most federal plans have some coverage and other out of state Blue Cross Blue Shield plans
- VA Health Net Federal Services: We are now qualified to treat VA patients!!!
- If you cannot see your Dr. at the VA within 30 days you can get treatment here for your pain. You will need a referral from your doctor. Call us if you would like more information.
- Workman’s Compensation Cases and Personal Injury Cases are welcomed!
- We accept Health Savings Accounts, Flex Fund Accounts and other similar accounts.
This is not a comprehensive list, please call us and we will verify your insurance benefits for you.
We accept all major credit cards, checks and cash.
Medicare and Medicaid do not cover acupuncture. If you have a secondary plan to Medicare, you may have coverage from the secondary insurance.