Home Care for Seniors and Hospice Patients

Acupuncture Home Care for Seniors & Hospice Patients

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Susan offers home care independently for hospice patients and other limited or chronically ill patients.

Acupuncture and acupressure are gentle and effective therapies that can offer support for overall health and relief for a range of symptoms, including but not limited to those listed below.

  • Pain Relief
  • Anxiety
  • Nausea/Digestive Distress
  • Relaxation & Calming the Nervous System
  • Support of Mobility
  • Immune Support
  • Support of Energy Level

Susan has worked in Hospice Care since 2010, providing acupuncture and acupressure to ease uncomfortable symptoms and support patients to have the best possible quality of life.  Currently, she is contracted with both Providence Hospice and Kindred Hospice (formerly Odyssey Hospice).  Read more here  about her experience as a hospice acupuncturist.

Susan can come to one’s home or facility to provide treatment. Treatment is provided wherever the patient is most comfortable– usually on their bed, couch, or recliner. Acupuncture sessions often include some acupressure or massage as well. Treatments are 45-60 minutes.

 

Home Care Rates

* This is an out-of-pocket service. Insurance billing is not provided for this private home care. (If you already have a hospice or palliative care service, they may or may not offer acupuncture as a covered service with their own providers.)

* You must call or email to book your home care treatment. You can NOT schedule a home care appointment through the online “Schedule Now” button. That is for office visits only.

* $85 base fee for acupuncture treatment  +  travel fee based on location. Please ask about your location for an exact quote.

Susan Wilmoth Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Portland

 

 

 

, LAc, MAcOM
Susan Wilmoth Acupuncture
(formally Seeds of Health, PC)

5525 E. Burnside
Portland, OR 97215

503-333-3722
susan@susanwilmoth.com

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