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Continue your healing journey with Atlanta Restorative Acupuncture. Whether you’re seeking an initial exam or follow-up treatment, book your appointment online and experience the power of personalized acupuncture care.

Initial Exam & First Acupuncture Treatment


Diagnose the Roots

Get to the bottom of your pain, stress, or imbalance for effective treatment.


Craft Your Cure

Partner with Dr. Jones to design a personalized plan for radiant health.


Ignite Your Journey

Take the first step towards a happier, healthier future.

Things to do before coming to your appointment

Just before you come in, I’d like you to complete the following forms:

Dr. David Blake Jones

Dipl. Ac. (NCCAOM)®, L.Ac., M.S.P.H., D.A.C.M. NCCAOxM National Board-Certified Acupuncturist™

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FAQs for Booking Appointments at Atlanta Restorative Acupuncture

What can I expect during an initial exam?

Your initial exam with Dr. Jones is a personalized consultation to discuss your health concerns and explore how acupuncture can help. You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions and get to know Dr. Jones in a relaxed and welcoming environment.

During your exam, expect:

  • A detailed conversation about your medical history and current health concerns.
  • A physical examination may include pulse and tongue diagnosis.
  • A discussion of potential treatment options and goals.
  • Time to ask Dr. Jones any questions you may have.

There’s no special preparation needed for your initial exam. However, you may want to bring:

  • A list of medications you’re currently taking.
  • Any relevant medical records or lab results.
  • Comfortable clothing that allows easy access to your arms and legs.

No, a referral is not required to schedule an appointment with Dr. Jones. You can book directly online or by calling the office.

Atlanta Restorative Acupuncture accepts most major insurance plans. To verify your coverage before your appointment, please click on the link below and complete the online form: [Insurance verification form link].

We accept most major insurance plans, cash, credit cards, and debit cards.

You can reschedule or cancel your appointment online or by calling the office. Please be sure to give us at least 24 hours’ notice if you need to cancel.

Please try to arrive on time for your appointment. If you are running late, please call the office to let us know. We will do our best to accommodate you, but your appointment may be shortened or rescheduled if you arrive too late.

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Chrome never shares your info without your permission. Learn how Google Chrome saves and protects credit card information.
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If you’re having issues with your saved info, learn how to fix issues with info saved to Chrome.

Add, edit, or delete payment & address info you saved in Chrome

  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. At the top right, select Profile Profile and then Payment methods Payment methods or Addresses and more Addresses and more.
  3. Add, edit, or delete info:
    • Add: Next to “Payment methods” or “Addresses,” select Add
    • Edit: To the right of the card or address, select More More and then Edit.
    • Delete: Next to the card or address, select More More and then Delete

If you add, edit, or delete an address and you’re signed in to Chrome with your Google Account, your changes show up on your other devices where you’re signed in to Chrome with the same account.

If your payment method is saved in Google Pay, you’ll need to edit or delete it in Google Pay.

Nickname your payment method in Chrome

  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. At the top right, select Profile Profile and then Payment methods Payment methods .
  3. Next to “Payment methods,” select Add or Edit next to an existing card.
  4. At the bottom, select Card nickname. 
  5. Enter a nickname for the card. The nickname appears when you select a form where you use a saved payment method.


  • If you rename a payment method, it appears when you select a form that uses a saved payment method.
  • Chrome’s payment method nicknames don’t transfer to Google Pay. If you save your payment information in Google Pay, you must update it separately.

Save your payment information in Google Pay

When you’re signed in to Chrome and you enter your payment method into an online form, Chrome may ask if you want to save your payment info in Google Pay. If you accept, your payment information is saved in Google Pay. If Google Pay doesn’t support your payment method, Chrome may offer to save it locally on your device.

Payment methods saved in Google Pay show up as suggestions in most online forms.

If Chrome doesn’t offer to save your payment info in Google Pay, learn how to fix issues with saved payment info.

Start Your Healing Journey Today

Step into a life of greater wellness and vitality with Atlanta Restorative Acupuncture.