Does Acupuncture Hurt?
No, acupuncture should not hurt. Most patients are quite surprised about how little it hurts. Sensations that are typically felt during needle insertion include a momentary prick, followed by a very mellow dull pressure. Many patients are amazed by how relaxed they feel during and after a treatment.
Is Acupuncture Safe?
As long as a competent practitioner performs it, acupuncture is extremely safe. Acupuncturists are required to have 3 years of training and they use sterilized, one time use, needles.
What Conditions Are Treated With Acupuncture?
Acute/Chronic Pain
Digestive Disorders
Menopausal Symptoms
PMS/ PMS Cramps
Pre/Post Surgery Operations
Stress Management
Weak Immunity
What Forms Of Payment Are Accepted?
Cash, check, Visa and MasterCard are accepted
Are Chinese Herbs safe to take? What about toxins and pesticides that may be in the herbs?
All Chinese herbs that are prescribed at our clinic have been tested for toxins, heavy metals and pesticides. They are high quality herbs and safe for drinking.
How Many Acupuncture Treatments Will I Need?
This is unique to the individual. For the best results I recommend that patients come in for 8-12 treatments, twice a week for three weeks and 1 time per week for 6 weeks. This frequency helps to solidify the effects of acupuncture for every patient.

"I was unclear about the benefits of coaching when I first came in to Seattle Acupuncture and Coaching but I had the feeling that I needed to try it. Ben was gracious enough to sit with me and answer all of my questions about the benefits of coaching and how it could help me. Having my coaching session every week allows me time to fully express my life challenges, my personal thoughts and fears. I never get the feeling that I am being judged by Ben, I always feel like I am being met where I am, and now I have emotional support to give me the confidence to take steps that are changing my life. I feel like a new person. Anyone who doesn't try coaching is missing out on something wonderful."

~SK, Seattle

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Ben Dorfman, E.A.M.P.

3417 Evanston Ave N. #224
Seattle, Washington - 98103
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