To be the premiere acupuncturist and herbal therapy clinic on the Eastside, where patients receive great treatments and outstanding service.

Emily Choe  MS, EAMP, L.Ac

Emily ChoeEmily is a practitioner of East Asian medicine (EAMP) and a licensed acupuncturist (L.Ac) in the state of Washington. She is also board certified with NCCAOM in acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. She received her degree from Bastyr University, where she completed her internship at various hospitals and clinics in greater Seattle area as well as externship in China.

Emily believes this holistic medicine serves as one of the vital components in our modern integrative health system. She tailors each treatment to address your various health conditions by utilizing acupuncture, moxa, cupping, dietary suggestions and Chinese style massage. While qualified to treat a wide variety of conditions, her focuses include pain relief, stress reduction, digestive disorders and women’s health. She looks forward to joining your efforts to achieving your well being!

Matt Ferguson MS, E.A.M.P

Matt Ferguson AcupuncturistMatt has  been practicing Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine in Seattle for the last 15 years. Matt served as adjunct faculty at Bastyr University and the Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine while maintaining a private practice. He has practiced at Tonic Herbs in Fremont, the Kang Wen Community Clinic on First Hill (a not-for-profit where he is the board president), the Seattle Free Teen Clinic at the Country Doctor site and Bastyr Practitioner Care at the Bastyr Center for Natural Health in Wallingford.

Matt cultivated his herbal expertise through the years through his efforts as adjunct faculty at Bastyr Center for Natural Health teaching Chinese herbal preparations and in the Chinese Herbal Medicine Dispensary as herbal coordinator.

Matt has a general practice treating a wide verity of conditions. He primarily uses Acupuncture, Moxa Therapy, Chinese Cupping, Electro-Acupuncture, and Chinese Herbal Medicine as his main modalities.

Matt says,

I have observed that acupuncture has a nice effect of moderating and regulating the body to help it better deal with the many health challenges that arise in life. I find the herbs to be a great complement to the acupuncture and in some cases the preferred approach depending on the particular issue we are working with.

I’m excited to be joining the Acupuncture Clinic NW team and hope to be of service in resolving whatever health care issue you wish to address.