Nan opened the Cameron Clinic of Oriental Medicine in Wilmington, NC in March of 2000 after receiving her Masters in Oriental Medicine degree from the International Institute of Chinese Medicine in Santa Fe, NM. Nan spent the summer of 1999 completing a clinical internship in hospitals in Beijing and Chengdu.
Nan practiced as a registered nurse for more than 20 years before returning to school to study Traditional Chinese Medicine. She received a Bachelors of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Kentucky and a Masters of Science in Nursing degree in oncology (cancer nursing) from Gwynedd-Mercy College.
Nan continues to advance her knowledge through continuing education programs. Nan has studied with Kiiko Matsumoto for many years to learn Kiiko style Japanese acupuncture. Kiiko style and TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) are both based on the Chinese classics and modern medical pathophysiology to bring out the best in both. Kiiko graduated from Tokyo Kasei University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Nutrition and then attended the Japan Central Acupuncture and Moxibustion College in Tokyo. Kiiko has studied with many Japanese acupuncture Masters and has been strongly influenced by Master Kiyoshi Nagano, a blind acupuncturist. Kiiko would be the first person to say that a practitioner must continue learning and evolving their style to best meet the needs of their patients.
Other favorite teachers include: Jeffrey Yuen, Datis Kharazzian, Sharon Weizenbaum, Donnie Yance, Dagmar Ehling, Ken Morehead and Yuan Huang. Nan is also grateful to the members of the Round Table Discussion Group for their support and knowledge.
Nan was appointed and served on the North Carolina Acupuncture Licensing Board (NCALB) from December of 2003 to June 2008. She served as Secretary from January 2004 - January 2006 and Chair from February 2006 - February 2008.
Nan is licensed as an acupuncturist by the North Carolina Acupuncture Licensing Board and as a Practitioner of Oriental Medicine by the Pennsylvania Board of Medicine. She is recognized as a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine, Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology by the National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She maintains licensure as a Registered Nurse in North Carolina.
We welcome you to our office and assure you that you will receive the best care available. Our acupuncturist, Nan Cameron, MSN, RN, LAc, is happy to work with your physician and will send your physician monthly progress reports if requested.
Health and accident policies are an arrangement between you and your insurance company. All services will be charged directly to you and you will be personally responsible for payment.
It is customary to pay for professional services when rendered. We ask that you pay for your first visit with cash, check or Visa/MasterCard. We realize that it may be inconvenient or difficult to pay at the time of each visit and will be happy to help you with a written financial agreement.
|Initial evaluation and treatment||$200.00||Consultation, each additional 10 minutes||$15.00|
|Acupuncture Follow up visits||$100.00||Consultation, 25 min.||$50.00|
|Initial consult, no acupuncture||$165.00||Consultation, 50 min.||$90.00|
Acupuncture follow up visits only include 10-15 minutes of consultation time; I want you on the table for your treatment. If you want more time to discuss issues, please set up a consultation visit. If I have time to spend more than 10-15 minutes of consultation time during an acupuncture visit with you, the invoice will reflect the acupuncture treatment and consultation time.
Herbal supplements, pads for microcurrent electrotherapy treatments, virtual zyto consult fee are not included in the prices listed above.
FOR PATIENTS INJURED ON THE JOB (Workers Compensation) Your employer is responsible for any costs in treating your work related injuries. If your injury is work related, be sure and tell us before starting treatments. Preauthorization in writing is required before evaluation and treatment can begin. You are personally responsible for payment of any appointments cancelled with less than 24 hours notice.
FOR PATIENTS WITH INSURANCE we will provide you with a CMS1500 form which you may submit to your insurance company. We encourage you to check with your insurance company to find out their requirements for reimbursement to you. Medicare and Medicaid do not pay for acupuncture. If you request a CMS1500, our office coordinator will complete forms at the beginning of each month for the previous month. You will need to mail this form along with any additional paperwork required to your insurance company for reimbursement.
If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to talk with us.
Thank you for coming to our office for your health needs. We welcome your comments and suggestions.
Nan Cameron, MSN, RN, LAc