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First appointment Evaluation/Treatment Fill out forms: Medical Intake form Acupuncture Consent HIPPA Privacy form on appointment page of website
in addition to acupuncture treatment 15 minutes or 30 minutes
EFT emotional release treatment ($80.00)
An energetic tapping method applied to acupuncture points to quickly transform emotional sabotage/depression/anxiety/phobias
used to transform/reprogram the mind/spirit/body to facilitate balance
Tue10:00am - 12:00pm
Wed10:00am - 7:00pm
Fri10:00am - 7:00pm
Compassionate and talented healer
Wendy Woska - May 4, 2017
Victoria is a compassionate and talented healer. I've seen her for a variety of sports-related injuries, most recently a torn ACL. I feel so much better after each treatment. It's incredible how effective the delicate needles are at reducing swelling and getting my knee feeling more fluid and less sore. Victoria taught me that when you have swelling and inflamation it's like a forest fire. The first thing to focus on is extinguishing the fire! So that's what we're working on right now.
Joanne C - Apr 26, 2017
Victoria was recommended to me several years ago and I have gone to her for various issues and she has helped me tremendously. Firstly, she listens better than any other medical professional I have been to and is very communicative about what acupuncture points she is focusing on and what relief they will provide. She is very knowledgeable and very caring. Highly recommended.
Vahid Khastou - Oct 6, 2016
Service was great as usual and it helped to relief the pain. I will definitely go back if it needed.
Seattle Mom - Jul 20, 2016
In one visit my plantar fasciitis was gone. She is a wonderful and attuned practicioner and has so many treatment modalities to try for your issues physical or emotional. They are usually connected. Make an appt now.
My mom dragged me but she was right
Seattle teen - Jul 20, 2016
2 accupuncture treatments has made my neck pain more manageable. She is talented, far better than getting by with advil and ice.