At the teaching clinics of the Seattle Institute of East Asian Medicine, we provide high-quality, comprehensive clinical care tailored to an individual patient’s needs. Our clinical faculty, each having over 10 years of experience providing patient care, include well-known scholars, specialized clinicians, and researchers. Our committed students are trained in small class settings and complete extensive clinical training in a variety of approaches and techniques used in East Asian Medicine (EAM).

In order to address the needs of patients with varying constitutions and health complaints, we offer several low-cost specialty clinics that include acupuncture, herbal medicine, and Asian bodywork (tui na and shiatsu). Our patients are provided with a full range of personalized care that may include EAM nutritional recommendations, qi gong rehabilitation exercises, lifestyle counseling, moxibustion, cupping, gua sha, etc.

SIEAM maintains clinics at its main campus in Seattle’s Georgetown and at satellite locations in the University District and in North Seattle.

Learn more about each type of service modality below.

Our teaching clinics have a rotating schedule that is subject to change each trimester. Please look at Our Clinic Schedule for our current faculty and student intern shifts.