Faculty Clinics

Faculty Clinic Schedule

In our preceptorship clinics you receive affordable care from experienced faculty practitioners with the support of student assistants.  In these clinics the instructors provide the treatments while students learn by observing and assisting in your care.

Preceptorship: 1 hour treatment, $55 unless otherwise noted

Herbal Preceptorship: 30 minute treatment, $25 + the price of herbs

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

Groupon vouchers are not accepted for faculty clinics or preceptorship clinics, or for bodywork clinics.

  • Daniel Altschuler, L.Ac. – Preceptorship

    Daniel Altschuler, L.Ac. – Preceptorship

    Daniel Altschuler, L.Ac. 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.

     

  • Marguerite Dinkins, L.Ac. – Preceptorship

    Marguerite Dinkins, L.Ac. – Preceptorship

    Marguerite Dinkins, L.Ac. graduated from SIOM in 2000 and has a private practice in Seattle’s Green Lake neighborhood. Marguerite did advanced training in osteopathic approaches to palpation and assessment, and she specializes in musculoskeletal disorders, injuries and pain.

     

  • Yefim Gamgoneishvili, L.Ac. – Preceptorship

    Yefim Gamgoneishvili, L.Ac. – Preceptorship

    Yefim Gangoneishvili, L.Ac., started his Chinese medicine education at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine and graduated from San Francisco College of Acupuncture in 1991. In 1998 he met Dr. Wang Ju Yi and started studying Applied Channel Theory, which became the core of his clinical approach. As one of Dr. Wang Ju Yi’s official apprentices, Yefim teaches seminars on the subject of Applied Channel Theory in the United States and abroad. Yefim’s specialty is sports medicine and orthopedics.

  • Craig Mitchell, L.Ac. – Preceptorship

    Craig Mitchell, L.Ac. – Preceptorship

    Craig Mitchell, L.Ac. graduated from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1993.  Craig’s specialties are musculoskeletal conditions and treating complex health concerns with Chinese herbal medicine. Currently in our teaching clinic, he is seeing patients only for herbal consultations.