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Payment Details
  • Vista Wellness accepts Visa, Mastercard, Interac, e-Transfer and Cash.

  • All fees include GST.

  • Payment is due at the time services are rendered.

  • Herbal prescriptions or supplements are not included in the above fees.

  • We require 24 hours notice of change or cancellation of an appointment, a fee up to the full amount will apply.

  • Students with valid ID and Seniors over 65 discount: 10%

Gift Certificates

Gift Certificates are available for any denomination. For your convenience we can email the gift certificate to the recipient at no extra charge. Gift certificates are not redeemable for cash and are non-refundable.

  • Initial consultation and treatment for        Medical Acupuncture:
      $165 (up to 90 minutes)

  • Follow up Acupuncture Treatment:
      $110 (up to 1 hour)

  • Acupressure:
      $150 (up to 1 hour)

  Medical and Sports Acupuncture
  • Luxurious Facial Rejuvenation:

          $180 (up to 1.5 hours)​

  • Facial Rejuvenation without facial products:

          $110 (up to 1 hour)​

  Facial Acupuncture


We accept MSP, WCB, ICBC, VAC and Extended Health Insurance.

Medical Services Plan (MSP)

For MSP beneficiaries who have a family income less than $28,000/year and are receiving premium assistance, MSP contributes $23 per visit for a combined annual limit of 10 visits each calendar year for acupuncture.

Please visit the Health Services BC website for more up to date information.

WorkSafeBC (WCB)

WorkSafeBC claims may accept coverage of Acupuncture provided the patient has prior permission from the WCB adjuster. WorkSafeBC may cover the cost of up to five acupuncture treatments over a two week period. Any additional treatments will require an approved treatment extension from the WorkSafeBC case manager.

Please visit the WorkSafeBC website for more up to date information.

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC)

ICBC covers acupuncture treatments now, all you need is your ICBC claim number. We submit the fees directly to ICBC for the patients that qualify.

Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC)

To be eligible for acupuncture treatments, you must have an "A" or a "B" under POC 12 on your VAC Health Care Identification Card. Your access to benefits will depend on your eligibility and on your health care needs.

Please visit the Veteran's Affairs website for more up to date information.

Extended Medical Coverage

Most extended medical plans do have coverage for acupuncture treatments. Please consult your insurance provider or employer to determine the exact coverage you are entitled to. We can submit fees directly for clients that are insured with Blue Cross and have coverage for acupuncture treatments.

What you need to know from your insurance provider.
  • Does the insurance policy cover acupuncture treatments?

  • Does the insurance policy require a referral from a primary care physician?

  • Does the insurance policy impose a dollar limit per year?

  • Does the insurance policy limit the number of visits per year?

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