Seattle

Sterling M Jenkins
8113 Stone Ave N
Seattle
Washington
98103
206-926-9494
Moses and Julie have created a restful, and relaxing environment, one that allows for, and encourages, the body's innate ability to rebalance and heal. This, in combination with their knowledge, commitment and passion provide you with optimal care.
Integrated Oriental Medicine, PS
courtney michelle zeller
10212 fifth ave ne
Seattle
Washington
98125
4254667379
Here you will find a team that cares, works hard, and is dedicated towards your health and well-being by providing an integrated and alternative solution to your suffering.
Dennis Levin, L.Ac.
Dennis Levin, L.Ac.
Dennis Levin, L.Ac.
3435 California Ave. SW #100A
Seattle
Washington
98116
(206) 851-1294
Dennis Levin has been in practice in West Seattle and on Vashon Island since graduating from The Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in January of 2000. In addition to his private practice, Dennis has spent a number of years providing acupuncture at Fairfax Psychiatric Hospital. In private practice, he treats the full spectrum of physical illnesses, but he has particular and unique expertise in the use of acupuncture in the treatment of mental and emotional disharmonies. He is a Preferred Provider for almost all insurance carriers in the state of Washington.
Melissa Romeo
7100 Greenwood Ave N, Suite A
Seattle
Washington
98103
2064953675
Phinney Ridge Community Acupuncture is a community clinic designed to bring high-quality, affordable, and effective acupuncture to the heart of North Seattle; serving the neighborhoods of Phinney Ridge, Greenwood, Green Lake, Ballard, Crown Hill, Fremont and more. Treatments are on a sliding scale of $20 – $40 per treatment, plus a one time $10 intake fee the first visit. No proof of income is required; you decide what you can afford. Payment is cash or check only.

Phinney Ridge Community Acupuncture appreciates diversity and does not discriminate based on race, age, religion, ability, marital status, HIV status, national origin, sexual orientation, sex, or gender identity.
Life Seed Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine
Christy Ouk, LAc, EAMP
6306 Phinney Avenue N
Seattle
Washington
98103
2063955156
Christy Ouk is a National Board Certified Licensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist. She graduated from Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine with a Master's degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Christy received extensive clinical training in Acupuncture, Chinese Herbs, Tui Na (Chinese medical massage), Cupping, Gua Sha (dermal friction therapy), Moxibustion, and Auriculotherapy. She uses a variety of styles including Traditional Chinese and Japanese Meridian therapy in which she tailors to the needs of each of her patients. She also incorporates nutritional therapy and Qi Gong exercises (movement therapy) in her treatments. Christy treats a wide range of conditions including stress, fatigue, insomnia, acute & chronic pain, women's health, men's health, fertility, depression, anxiety and digestive complaints.
Dr. Cheryl House
4302 SW Alaska St., Suite 200
Seattle
WA
98116
2067735731
Sound Health acupuncture is committed to helping each patient reach their goals for health. We are expterts in treating acute and chronic pain, male and female infertility, symptoms during pregnancy and postpartum, and menopause.
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High Point Health
High Point Health
Miranda Taylor
5637 30th Avd SW
Seattle
Washington
98126
206-932-4371
High Point Health pllc is dedicated to meeting each patient’s individual needs. Our mission is to compassionately help as many people as possible maintain their health and well-being, in a supportive environment, through nutrition, acupuncture, and other natural therapies, without the use of unnecessary drugs of surgeries.

Located in the High Point neighborhood of West Seattle.

Miranda offers patients the medical treatments deemed the most effective for their condition, including acupuncture, Acutonics®, medical massage, Nutrition Response Testing (using kinesiology learned in Dr. Ulan's advanced clinical training) and Chinese nutritional and herbal therapies. These can be very effective in healing a range of disorders and in relieving pain. They are also useful in prevention (preventing stroke, diabetes, heart attack, mental illness, and degenerative disease), promoting well-being, and generally making people feel better.

In treating each patient as a partner and as a whole, integrated human being, and by communicating with the patient through each step of the healing process, Miranda works to strengthen and balance the mind, spirit and body.

To make an appointment, or just to discuss whether acupuncture, nutritional, herbal, or other remedies may be right for you, contact our office by phone or email. If you email, please leave your phone number so we can get back to you most efficiently.


Bio: Miranda Taylor completed a 4-year study of Chinese Medicine (Acupuncture &; Herbs) at the Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NIAOM) in December 2002, receiving her Masters in Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2003. She had been working in NIAOM's continuing education program, which was taken up by Bastyr University, and has been attending and hosting weekend courses at Bastyr University ever since. Seeing how so many experts practice has given Miranda the ability to treat a great variety of conditions successfully.

Her most recent advanced training in Nutrition Response Testing (tm), is helping patients with the most entrenched chronic conditions heal.

Miranda's Cornell University Bachelor of Science studies had prepared her for rigorous studies with attention to detail and laboratory work. Her "alternative" medicine master's degree and nutrition training gave her tools for life. Fine-tuning the handling of emotional issues, environmental influences such as toxins or immune stressors, poor regulation and trauma's chronic effects on the physical and emotional body is her specialty.

A musician who began training in Suzuki Violin method at the young age of six, Miranda's refined various subtle skills including find hand movements and sensitivity to changes. Her acupuncture is gentle and effective, her concern for patient's well-being is paramount.

Miranda grew up with German immigrant parents and spent a year with lovely new host parents in Germany at age 14. She has an understanding of birth trauma, complex causes of mental illness, different parenting skills, adapting to new environments, and just being happy. She and her husband are respite foster parents.
Dvorah Levy Acupuncture
Dvorah Levy
2366 Eastlake Ave E #302
Seattle
Washington
98102
206-322-6053
D'vorah Levy is a licensed Acupuncturist in Seattle, WA. She graduated from NIAOM in 1992. She received her Masters in Acupuncture and an Herbal Certification in 1996. D'vorah has developed an approach that individualizes the treatment for each patient. Treatments incorporate acupuncture, herbs, dietary advice, yoga, Reiki, Acutonics and Matrix Energetics. D'vorah's specialties include:Women's health issues,pain management and facial rejuvenation. D'vorah is a preferred provider with many insurance carriers.
David Lerner, L.Ac., PLLC
David Lerner
760 N. 34th St.
Seattle
Washington
98103
David Lerner is a Licensed Acupuncturist in Washington state and he is nationally board certified (NCCAOM) in acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. He graduated from the Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in Seattle, Wa with a Masters in Acupuncture in 1994, and a Masters in Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2000.
Uptown Acupuncture and Herbs
Jon Bechtold-Wright
419 Queen Anne Ave N
Seattle
WA
98109
206-420-6615
During your visit to Uptown Acupuncture & Herbs in Seattle our goal is to make sure you are relaxed, comfortable, and getting the results you desire. We believe that the most compassionate thing we can do is to help you to achieve your own goals for treatment and wellness.

We have special experience and interest in the following areas:
+ Helping people recover from musculoskeletal injuries, as well as addressing most chronic pain conditions
+ Treating digestive disorders
+ Working with stress and insomnia
+ Managing and relieving environmental allergy problems

If you have questions or are unsure if acupuncture is right for you, consider a free consultation. Either by phone or in person it allows us to learn more about your symptoms to assess whether acupuncture is likely to be an effective treatment for you.
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