Roselyn Bailey
L.Ac., EAMP
(425) 789-8996

Welcome to our clinic and Happy Spring everyone!

Welcome to Arbor-Vitae Acupuncture! If you are looking for an innate way to enhance your health and wellness, you've come to the right place! Acupuncture and Oriental medicine has been practiced for about 5,000 years in China and other Asian countries.

Today, with modern science predominating in every field, acupuncture still has its place in medicine due to its holistic approach and undeniable therapeutic efficacy.

Acupuncture can be extremely effective when used in conjunction with conventional treatments or in cases in which Western medicine has too little to offer, especially in the field of pain management.

Many people today are returning to a lifestyle which values a more natural way of healing. Here at our clinic, we strive to restore health and longevity to all of our patients!

We make every effort to ensure that we naturally enhance your health and help you take care of your body. Our oals are to transform your vitality and life for the better so that you can enjoy each and every day to the fullest!

Can you smell it? Spring is in the air! For many of us, springtime is one of the most beautiful times of the year-with blooming trees and flower buds. However, if you can’t quite smell spring yet, you may be one of the millions of people who have seasonal allergies. For allergy sufferers, springtime can also mean congestion, sneezing, itchy eyes, runny nose and other bothersome symptoms which can make you miserable. 

Each year, 35 million Americans suffer from seasonal allergies (or also known as seasonal allergic rhinitis). This year, if you are tired of the annual ritual of sniffling, sneezing, and daily dosage of Claritin or Benadryl and would like to treat the root cause of your allergies, try acupuncture!

Acupuncture treats seasonal allergies by addressing the person’s acute symptoms and provides relief, while simultaneously treating the underlying immune imbalance, which is one of the main root causes of a person’s allergies. 

Nip your allergies in the bud this spring with acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine!