At the People's Clinic...
We advocate for regular, frequent treatments.
It is how acupuncture works best.
We treat in a group setting.
You will receive your treatment in a soothing treatment area with soft lighting and music while fully clothed in a room with other patients who are receiving a treatment.
We charge on a sliding scale.
Our sliding scale of $15-$40 dollars per treatment allows you to choose the fee that best fits into your life and your budget. It also allows you to receive the amount of treatments that will best work for your condition. It removes the element of high costs from your healing.
Scheduling is done online.
This allows us to spend our time treating you, our patients, and keeps our costs low so we can continue to bring exceptional health care at affordable costs. (If there is any problem with scheduling online, you can always give us a call or email us.)
We do not accept debit or credit cards.
Please be sure to bring cash or a check to your appointments..
Donna has fostered an ability to make comfortable the most apprehensive patient. Her manner and style is gentle and compassionate. Donna's mission is to empower her patients to make informed choices about their health care and to be a partner in whatever health care decisions are appropriate for you; incorporating acupuncture, herbs and dietary counseling into your treatment plans. Communication and education are paramount in her practice, and her acupuncture technique is gentle and painless.
Gretchen Huettig, MSAOM, L.Ac., Dipl. O.M. graduated from Bastyr University in Seattle Washington in 2008 with a Master’s degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, receiving licensure for the state of Idaho in February 2009. She is board certified by the NCCAOM in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine. During her training, Gretchen completed four Chinese Herbology internships in gynecology and TCM internal medicine with the Center for Traditional Medicine at the Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Shanghai, China. She also completed several internships in the Seattle area at Harborview Medical Center, Mount St. Vincent Nursing Home, Rainer Park Health Center, and Highpoint Health Center. These internships allowed Gretchen to see patients with a wide variety of conditions; from pain management, to addictions, to chronic fatigue.
In the State of Washington, Gretchen practiced Swedish
massage for two years incorporating modalities such as foot reflexology and
Craniosacral, for which she is working toward certification.