Pin Cushion

★★★★★
  • 1716 E Olive Way

    Seattle, WA 98102

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  • 206-324-3650

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Sun 10am-2pm, Mon 3pm-7pm, Wed 3pm-7pm, Fri 3pm-7pm, Tue 11am-7pm, Thu 11am-7pm, Wed 9:30am-12:30pm, Sat 9am-3pm

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The Pin Cushion acupuncture clinic was one of the first community acupuncture clinics in Seattle, and as far as I'm concerned they remain a leader in the field. The staff - currently Julie, Susie and Sam - is dedicated to the principals of community acupuncture, and seem to care more about healing than making a profit. The entire staff takes the time to listen and try to solve whatever pain or injury or question you present to them.

The "community" aspect of the Pin Cushion acupuncture is intimate but oh so very relaxing. The music lulls you into a deep relaxation as you prepare for your session. The session itself, which often last forty five minutes to an hour, seems to fly by in minutes. The Pin Cushion charges sliding scale based on income. So even many visits will cost less than even a single trip to the doctor's office. Highly recommended.??

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★★★★★

The Pin Cushion acupuncture clinic was one of the first community acupuncture clinics in Seattle, and as far as I'm concerned they remain a leader in the field. The staff - currently Julie, Susie and Sam - is dedicated to the principals of community acupuncture, and seem to care more about healing than making a profit. The entire staff takes the time to listen and try to solve whatever pain or injury or question you present to them.

The "community" aspect of the Pin Cushion acupuncture is intimate but oh so very relaxing. The music lulls you into a deep relaxation as you prepare for your session. The session itself, which often last forty five minutes to an hour, seems to fly by in minutes. The Pin Cushion charges sliding scale based on income. So even many visits will cost less than even a single trip to the doctor's office. Highly recommended.??

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I hurt my foot playing mud football (what was I thinking?) and I remembered this acupuncture clinic just down the street. A couple weeks later I gave in and walked (hobbled) in without an appointment and they took instant care of me. I thought it would be a little weird getting acupuncture in a room with others, but now that I've done it, I can't imagine any other way. Why as Americans do we need an isolated room all to ourselves? It does nothing to promote the healing process. Plus the community aspect allows the acupuncturist to oversee many patients at a time (don't worry - they give you loads of individual attention) and keep cost down. My appointments only cost $25 a session (they go up to $40, I think) based on my income, which isn't much. Perhaps I need a new job. But this isn't a review of my career. Go to the Pin Cushion for acupuncture. I didn't regret it and neither will you.

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★★★★★

I hurt my foot playing mud football (what was I thinking?) and I remembered this acupuncture clinic just down the street. A couple weeks later I gave in and walked (hobbled) in without an appointment and they took instant care of me. I thought it would be a little weird getting acupuncture in a room with others, but now that I've done it, I can't imagine any other way. Why as Americans do we need an isolated room all to ourselves? It does nothing to promote the healing process. Plus the community aspect allows the acupuncturist to oversee many patients at a time (don't worry - they give you loads of individual attention) and keep cost down. My appointments only cost $25 a session (they go up to $40, I think) based on my income, which isn't much. Perhaps I need a new job. But this isn't a review of my career. Go to the Pin Cushion for acupuncture. I didn't regret it and neither will you.

Pros: Great Staff - Low Rates - Funky Music

Cons: Not open Sunday

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I've been going to the Pin Cushion acupuncture clinic for about a month and a half and I feel better than I have in two years. I still have a little ways to go with my digestion, headaches and depression, but the progress has given me my life back. The thing is, don't go just once and expect a miracle. Acupuncture doesn't work that way. Minor issues may take 5-7 visits. If you have had a problem for years, 20-30 intensive visits may be necessary. But let me tell you, it's worth it to feel alive again.

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★★★★★

I've been going to the Pin Cushion acupuncture clinic for about a month and a half and I feel better than I have in two years. I still have a little ways to go with my digestion, headaches and depression, but the progress has given me my life back. The thing is, don't go just once and expect a miracle. Acupuncture doesn't work that way. Minor issues may take 5-7 visits. If you have had a problem for years, 20-30 intensive visits may be necessary. But let me tell you, it's worth it to feel alive again.

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I first went to the Pin Cushion for a minor problem. About 5 or six sessions later I felt better and quit going. But I felt myself drawn back. Later, a bigger problem developed for me and I started going intensively twice a week. I was unemployed but figured the $20 a session was worth the money. Honestly, the last time I went to the doctor (no insurance) it cost $160. I can get eight acupuncture sessions for that amount. And the healing goes beyond your outward symptoms to your entire body.

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★★★★★

I first went to the Pin Cushion for a minor problem. About 5 or six sessions later I felt better and quit going. But I felt myself drawn back. Later, a bigger problem developed for me and I started going intensively twice a week. I was unemployed but figured the $20 a session was worth the money. Honestly, the last time I went to the doctor (no insurance) it cost $160. I can get eight acupuncture sessions for that amount. And the healing goes beyond your outward symptoms to your entire body.

Pros: Experianced and Affordable

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The Pin Cushion offers affordable community acupuncture in the famous Capitol Hill district of Seattle.

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★★★★★

The Pin Cushion offers affordable community acupuncture in the famous Capitol Hill district of Seattle.

Pros: Sliding Scale, Experienced Acupuncturist

 

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