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Nicole Parkhill, EAMP

Acupuncture changed my life. I am richly blessed by the opportunities I was given to study, and now to practice, this amazing, powerful art.  I respect its poetry, and use a combination of intuition, energy, and knowledge to guide my practice. My own struggles with fertility and autoimmune disease have deeply impacted my work.  My goal is to provide safe, gentle and effective treatment to aid the body's return to a state of harmony and well being. Patient education plays a vital role in wellness and disease prevention and is an important part of my work.


Education & Certification

I began my studies at Montana State University where I graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology and a minor in Music Performance. I earned my Master of Science in Oriental Medicine through an intensive four-year program at Southwest Acupuncture College in Santa Fe, New Mexico. I continued with postgraduate work at The International Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Beijing, China.


    * National Board Certification in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs    (NCCAOM)

    * East Asian Medicine Practitioner (WA) and Doctor of Oriental Medicine (NM)

    * Practicing Acupuncture since 2000, including internship


Life outside the Office

Always striving for balance with work, personal life and community involvement, my most important role (and greatest joy) is being a mom. I currently live in Kirkland, with my husband, our 2 children, our boarder collie rescue, and a small flock of chickens.  I love being outside- walking, hiking, gardening, playing.  I'm active in community events and volunteer at Thoreau Elementary.    

Office Hours: 
by appointment only
10am to 2pm

Tuesday & Thursday 

9am to 5pm

Occasional Fridays/Saturdays


Kirkland Healing Arts

143 Park Lane #201

Kirkland, WA 98033



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