YES! ACUPUNCTURE HELPS WITH THAT.
Acupuncture is very good at calming anxiety and relieving stress and depression.
These are challenging times for community acupuncture clinics everywhere.
Here are the systems we're using to stay safe and healthy
1) Masks are still required in the clinic. There are extra if you need one. Acupuncturist will also be wearing one.
2) Wash Hands or use hand sanitizer - as soon as you enter the clinic.
3) Pay Station - an envelope with your first name will be on the stand. Put your money in it and put it in the box. If you have a punchcard I will punch it. If you have the Cash App or Venmo those are touch-free ways to pay.
Appointments are scheduled for three treatments per hour. Chairs are spaced a safe distance apart and linens near your face and hands are changed after every treatment.
Please call a doctor and follow their advice if you have symptoms you are concerned about: fever, body aches, vomiting, diarrhea, sneezing, coughing, shortness of breath, or other symptoms of acute respiratory illness.
Remember to wash your hands frequently throughout the day or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. The virus that causes COVID-19 has a fatty envelope which is broken down by soap and water. Wash hands for 20 seconds. Rub every surface of your hands including the backs.
Continue to practice physical distancing and social connection in safe ways.
Some helpful links: VashonBePrepared Healthgrades King County Public Health
(last appointment one hour before closing)
Tuesday 11:00-2:30 & 4:30-7:30
Walk-ins limited by space availability. Please call or text first if possible to check availability.
10015 SW 178th Street, Vashon WA 98070
Clinic door is on 178th Street, in the Island Security Self-Storage building next to the Vashon post office.
Park on the street (either side) or in the big lot across the street.
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