Anne M.Kinchen, L.Ac. is dedicated to providing her patients with exceptional care, education and inspiration. Anne is Ohio Medical Board licensed and has a Master’s degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine from the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, one of the country’s top acupuncture colleges. She is also a National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) Diplomate in both Chinese Herbology and Acupuncture. Anne has received additional training in acupuncture for treatment of women’s health and fertility issues. Dr. Vicken Y. Totten, MD is the medical director of Cleveland Acupuncture. If you are interested in getting acupuncture, please do the following:
Download the the client intake form
If you are a woman signing up for infertility treatments, download the infertility intake form as well.
Bring the both forms with you to your first session.
We are happy to speak with you if you have any questions about whether acupuncture might be helpful for you. Call us at 216-795-1048 or email email@example.com.
Please note that we are frequently busy with patients and cannot always get to the phone when you call. If possible, Anne will return your calls between 11:00 — 6:00 Monday through Saturday. The answering service is monitored seven days per week. ALWAYS leave your call back number WITH area code, even if you are an established patient.
If you are calling from a cell phone, please say your number two times, as the reception is often garbled. If you do not get a call back within a day, this is usually the reason why. At times we check messages from a location other than the office, where we will NOT have access to your chart or phone number, making it otherwise impossible to return your call if you do not leave your number. Also, leave a number where you can be reached after hours. Anne will return your call at the earliest opportunity and that sometimes means you will be home from work by the time she contacts you.
If you have not heard back from her within 24 hours, please call her again. If it’s a medical emergency, call 911 or your physician.
You can also email Anne with your questions. Because she is so busy, email is the preferable way to contact Anne, especially if you require a lengthy, in-depth answer. She has a computer in the office and checks her email frequently.