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Acupuncture Needles

Rest assured knowing that the needles used at my clinic are pre-sterilized, one-use, disposable needles.

A hallmark of Japanese Style Acupuncture (as opposed to Chinese Style) is that it is virtually pain free. Here’s why:

  • Superior Technique
    • Very thin Japanese style stainless steel needles (.16-.18mm)
    • Needles are inserted using a metal guide tube
    • The needle is gently tapped
    • Insertion depth is quite shallow (.05-2mm)
    • Needles are ALWAYS inserted into soft tissue or muscle (NEVER into bone, nerves or vessels)
  • 30 years of clinical experience of practice in treating human beings!
    • Compassion, gentleness and understanding
    • Constant feedback and communication
    • Clear focus and intent
    • I have treated thousands of patients, all with kindness and skill.

Other Tools of the Trade

Moxibustion – the burning of an herb (moxa or mugwort) on the head of inserted needles (kyuotoshin) or directly on the surface of the skin (okyu).

Hinaishin – tiny needles with a tape backing that are retained on the skin to continue treatment and control symptoms for a few days.

Kyukaku (or Cupping) – round glass jars applied to the body with suction. These increase circulation of Qi and blood and create space.

Shiraku – micropuncture that stimulates circulation.

Call today at 206.706.4511 to set up your first appointment.


"Everything, working together; total system integration. That’s what I asked for. And that is what I got, what I always get. And always served up with a large-handed, big-hearted generosity that all by itself has curative powers!

I have asked for help from Randy Clere for everything from asthma and other..."


Meet Randy

Randy Clere, L.Ac, Dipl.Ac, MNLP, CH, I have practiced Oriental Medicine and related arts for 30+ years and have had a passion and commitment to provide the most effective and highest level of care to each and everyone of my patients. Throughout the years...


Wisteria Healing Arts

16720 North Park Ave. N.
Shoreline WA, 98133
Phone: 206.706.4511