Integrated Acupuncture & Chinese Herb Clinics

Teaching Clinic Schedule

For those patients who want comprehensive care using acupuncture methods that stimulate energy and circulation, coupled with herbal medicine for ongoing health support.  Our interns are supervised by experienced clinical faculty and this team approach to care provides both affordable and quality therapy to meet your health needs.

1 hour and 15 minute treatment:  $40

Cash, Check, or Visa/Mastercard/Debit, paid at time of service.

  • Daniel Altschuler, L.Ac.

    Daniel Altschuler, L.Ac.

    Daniel Altschuler, L.Ac. supervises interns who provide acupuncture and Chinese herbal therapy. Daniel received his Chinese medicine training in Taiwan in the 1990’s through an apprenticeship with Dr. Lee Chen-Yu.  He has extensive experience in working with chronic debilitating diseases, pain, oncology, and neurological conditions.

     

  • Christina Jackson, L.Ac.

    Christina Jackson, L.Ac.

    Christina Jackson, L.Ac. graduated from the Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.  Her focus is using acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine in the treatment of obstetrics, gynecology, fertility, and chronic illness.  She has practiced in Issaquah, WA since 1995.

  • Josh Lerner, M.T.C.M., L.Ac.

    Josh Lerner, M.T.C.M., L.Ac.

    Josh Lerner, M.T.C.M., L.Ac. received a M.A. in Japanese Literature from the University of Wisconsin – Madison in 1994, and then graduated from the Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 2001.  A devoted martial artist since 1983, he also spent many years doing advanced study of tuina and orthopedic medicine with Tom Bisio and Frank Butler, as well as studying and teaching trigger point theory. In addition, he is certified in Matt Callison’s Sports Medicine Acupuncture system, and continues to expand his knowledge with a wide variety of continuing education classes in the assessment and treatment of orthopedic conditions. Josh supervises in the clinic and teaches tuina, qigong, trigger point theory, trauma medicine, and musculoskeletal therapeutics.

     

  • Katherine Taromina, D.A.C.M., L.Ac.

    Katherine Taromina, D.A.C.M., L.Ac.

    Katherine Taromina, D.A.C.M., L.Ac. is the Academic Dean at the Seattle Institute of East Asian Medicine. In addition to clinical practice, she has been actively engaged in research related to the use of Chinese medicine and other integrative therapies with adult and pediatric cancer patients. Kathy serves as Chair for the Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM) and is on the Board of Trustees for the Society of Integrative Oncology (SIO). She is a student and assistant for Tom Bisio and an assistant instructor at New York Internal Arts (NYIA) and International Arts International (IAI).

     

  • Yun Wang, M.D.(China), L.Ac.

    Yun Wang, M.D.(China), L.Ac.

    Yun Wang, M.D.(China), L.Ac. supervises student interns treating patients with acupuncture and Chinese herbs.  He graduated from the Qingdao Medical College in 1978 and the Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 1993.  Yun specializes in musculoskeletal disorders, trauma, and the treatment of a range of neurological conditions.

  • Liangxi Zheng, M.T.C.M., L.Ac.

    Liangxi Zheng, M.T.C.M., L.Ac.

    Liangxi Zheng, M.T.C.M., L.Ac. supervises student interns who use acupuncture and Chinese herbal therapies.  Liangxi completed his training at the Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1991.  His specialty focus is in scalp acupuncture, which is used for treating stroke, pain, neurological conditions, and trauma.