Seth Popham LAc., LMP |
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Location: Lower South Hill, Spokane, WA
922 S Cowley St, Spokane, WA 99202, USA
Style(s): I practice Tuina (Chinese Therapeutic Massage), Deep Tissue, and Acupressure. Trained and licensed in Acupuncture and Massage.
Hours: Monday, Thursday, Friday 9:00AM - 6:30PM Saturday, Sunday 9:00AM - 5:00Pm
Fees: Fees are based on a sliding scale with discounts for students, military, senior citizens, and teachers. Health Insurance, Auto Injury, and L&I are accepted.
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Description: Seth Popham L.Ac., LMP. I hold a Master of Science degree in Acupuncture through Bastyr University. Bastyr's program includes training in western sciences as well as Traditional Chinese Medicine. I have also received certification in Chinese Herbal Medicine through Bastyr University and the NCCAOM.
I am nationally and state certified to practice massage (Washington State license number MA14529) and acupuncture (Washington State license number AC2144). I have also been trained in Japanese Acupuncture techniques, particularly the methods of Doctor Yoshio Manaka.
I have received extensive training in Tuina (Chinese Therapeutic Massage), Swedish, and Deep Tissue massage through Bastyr and through Seattle's Brenneke School of Massage. I have been licensed to practice massage by the state of Washington since 2000.
In order to obtain licensure in Washington State, an acupuncturist must first complete both clinical and academic training through a recognized acupuncture program. The progam at Bastyr University is taught by Doctors of Oriental Medicine from China and Licensed Acupuncturists from the United States. In addition to the required education in acupuncture, I have completed a certified program in Chinese Herbal Medicine. Portions of my training were completed in Shuguang Hospital in Shanghai, China.
Through my clinical and didactic education, I have had experience in treating a wide range of disorders and diseases using minimally invasive, holistic techniques. My treatments are designed to treat the individual as a whole, not just the symptom which presents itself.