Portland Traditional Acupuncture

Portland Traditional Acupuncture

1 employee
19 years in business

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5 element acupuncture and Japanesse massage

20 years of experience



Highly skilled practicioner with passion for her work.

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Portland, OR 97221
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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

1/ phone call first - to find if we are a good fit.

2/ 2 hr. app. fisrt time including a traditional dignosis and fisrt needle treatment.

3/ An hour app. to follow with custom treatment plan for 6 weeks to adress your issues and concertns.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

 Sweadish massage- Pittsburgh School of massage theraphy, 1996

Japanesse massage/ Shiatsu/- Ohashi Institute , New York - 1997

Chinese massage- Academy of traditional Chinese medicine, Bejin , China, 1997

MA in Acupuncture, TAI - Sophia Institute, Columbia, MD 2001

Electrical acupuncture training- Catholic monastery- Bien Hoa, Vietnam , 2000, 2003

Japanesse needeling and moxubastion traning- Portland, OR 2009

Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

Discount fee paid at the time of the treatment/ cash and or checks only/ 

Fisrt app. -120 min $170

acupuncture- 60 min. $90

shiatsu 60 min$120

combination  acupuncture and shiatsu 90 min $170

Effective from  1/1/2020

How did you get started in this business?

My father was a phycian and acupuncturist in Czechoslaovakia, when he tragicly died, I have decided to follow in his footsteps.

What types of customers have you worked with?

 Issues: recovery, addiction, chronic pain, acute pain / MVA/ grief and loss, paliative care

Age groups: 17-92

Gender: All

Socio- economic groups: Baltimore, MD - inner city , inmates

Portland, OR- profesionals mostly in Multnomah county

homeless youth

Peru, China, Vietnam - community acupuncture adressing chronic pain to local population

Majority of my clientel now are professionals with chronic and acute pain and or people looking for a support in recovery. 

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I have been at the same location in Portland , OR for last 10 years. I still have people from many years ago who would call and say : I am so and so , I used to come to you. And they will come back and I will remember theirs stories. I appreciate the loyality and my clients know that my office is a place where they can feel taking care off. 

What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

1/Call first and find out if you practicioner can LISTEN.

2/ Ask questions

3/ If you are afraid of needles , always request Japanese needeling technique !!!

What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

1/ Ask about experience in the area of your concern

2/ Ask about the process the practicioner does to avaluate the treatment.

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