​Do you take walk-ins?


Who's the acupuncturist?

More Questions

​Do you take insurance?

​No, but we can provide you with a receipt you can send to your insurance company.

How does the sliding scale work?

 No, you will probably have needles in your arms or hands. 

​You need to pay a minimum of $20 for your treatment. If you can afford more to help support the clinic, that's great!

Can I pay with a credit/debit card?

​Can I read during my treatment?

Is there parking?


There is metered street parking on Univeristy Way NE and on 47th Street 

Susie Sabunciyan, EAMP​​

Susie was first exposed to acupuncture and ideas about accessible healthcare while spending a few years in Asia. After returning to the states, she enrolled at Bastyr University and studied acupuncture and Chinese herbs, graduating in 2008. During school, Susie heard about Working Class Acupuncture, the first community clinic in Portland, Oregon. The group setting and accessibility resonated with her earlier ideas about how healthcare should be. Susie worked at the Pin Cushion, a community clinic in Capitol Hill, for 4 years before opening U-District Community Acupuncture in 2014.