- Matt Van Dyke, L.Ac. EAMP1405 Fraser St. # 1
Bellingham, WA 98229
After years of struggling with significant and debilitating lack of energy and trying what felt like everything under the sun with little success, I am back not only to my old self, but to my younger self as well! This after only a little more than a month receiving acupuncture... Read more »
I starting seeing Matt Van Dyke about three months ago because of a pain issue. I didn’t know much about acupuncture, but had heard that it’s helpful with pain. I chose him from my insurance company’s coverage list.
Acupuncture did help that pain, but I very quickly realized that it... Read more »
Sorry it’s taken me so long to write you, but just wanted to thank you for your great work. What 5 doctors, over 6 prescriptions, a CT and at least 4 months of working with them couldn’t do, you fixed me up wonderfully in 3 wks. Amazingly my... Read more »
Matt is great! He really listens and spends extra time on your issues. I tried many different medications trying to get relief but his treatment provides much longer lasting benefits.
Excellent Professional was last modified: May 5th, 2017 by Matt Van Dyke, EAMP
Matt was great! He addressed my problem in the first visit with great success. I look forward to great health with his help!
K.K. – Bellingham
Great Success! was last modified: February 24th, 2017 by Matt Van Dyke, EAMP
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