WomanCare Acupuncture & Herbs offers classical Chinese medical therapies to women and children in support of gynecological and general health and wellness.  These ancient healing arts can safely and successfully address many chronic, complex, or otherwise unresponsive conditions.  We can also help to manage side effects associated with ongoing medical treatments.

For Appointments:
(518) 288-8431

Office Hours (by appointment):

Weekdays: 8:30AM – 1:30PM

Location & Directions:  

819 Saratoga Road (Route 50), Burnt Hills, NY 12027  (See a map here).
FAX: (518) 227-3579
EMAIL: emily@womancare-acupuncture.com

Virtual telehealth waiting room: www.doxy.me/womancare

Pre-entry COVID-19 Screening survey link: https://forms.gle/SCesXiGuQ9eNGnbE6


COVID-19 UPDATE, 5/18/21:

WomanCare is currently offering acupuncture and Chinese herbal consultations to established patients. We are doing our best to get new patients experiencing pain or other time-sensitive conditions into the office as soon as possible. There is a waiting list for non-urgent new acupuncture patients at this time.

COVID-19 pre-entry screening and other safety protocols remain in place. As we are a medical practice serving vulnerable individuals, universal mask-wearing remains a requirement in the office, even for those who are fully vaccinated. We will continue to monitor local health department data and state guidance to adjust best practices.

Everyone is still encouraged to make use of telehealth herbal & acupressure appointments whenever possible. Telehealth may be appropriate for many conditions, including: menstrual and fertility problems, headaches, allergies, common-cold symptoms, digestive disturbances, and some kinds of pain. If you are unsure if telehealth is appropriate for you, please give a call and we will consider together.

As conditions are fluid, this information will be updated accordingly.  We are grateful for your patience and understanding as we navigate this new terrain together!


WomanCare welcomes all women regardless of age, race, religion, ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation. Male family members of current patients are also welcome for treatment.