- Matt Van Dyke, L.Ac. EAMP1405 Fraser St. # 1
Bellingham, WA 98229(360) 466-1800
Matt is a compassionate healer and truly cares for his patients. He’s thorough to figure out the issues affecting you and goes out of his way to provide the best treatment at each session. He communicates well to understand the underlying issues. He helped me with my Covid vaccine side effects and helped my body to recover. I appreciate all that he’s done for me. It’s too bad that I am leaving B’ham and I hope to find another healer like him.
Best healer in B’ham was last modified: June 30th, 2022 by Matt Van Dyke, AEMP
I have been seeing Matt for a couple of months now , since my episode with COVID-19. I have been working on a strange side-effect that had to do with the movement of my right foot. Every visit has been uplifting with progress that I’m sure wouldn’t have been as obvious as it is when I get home after a treatment with Matt. I never knew that acupuncture could yield such dramatic results. Matt is very personable in his approach and has brought me a long way toward full recovery and I thank him for that. I’m sure many people could benefit from his treatments, This art may be ancient in origin but it definitely has it’s place in the healing field. A big thank you goes out to Matt. I hope no one has to endure the misfortunes of medicine but if you’re ever in a position to require... Read more »
Matt combines knowledge, experience, professionalism, humility and genuine caring to greatly assist in the restoration and maintenance of health. His clinic is orderly, comfortable and clean! Matt doesn’t rush anything, asking thoughtful questions and he listens with his full focus. Matt is gentle in technique and spirit, and interacting with him is, in itself, calming. His acupuncture treatments have helped my chronic low back pain a lot!
Doug – Ferndale, WA
Highly Recommend! was last modified: May 18th, 2020 by Matt Van Dyke, AEMP
I feel fortunate to have found Matt and his services. He is very knowledgeable and caring. I see him for acupuncture and herbal support. I have had 2 surgeries in the last year and felt pretty out of whack. Since the treatments started I can sleep 6-7 hours without waking up…which is kind of a miracle for me, especially since one of the reasons for waking up after 3 or so hours was bladder urge. It feels like things are evening out physically. This includes being able to eat more normally now, too. I was on blended foods due to some intestinal blocks and now I can eat small regular well chewed meals. Matt is very wholistic, he looks at the tongue, and takes your pulse before and after a treatment. He listens well to the body with his eastern medicine skills. But he also listens well as a person... Read more »
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 treatments and recently starting Golden Shield Qigong. Matt applies his deep knowledge of Chinese medicine with skill and most importantly, from the heart – a true healer! I am grateful to have been referred to him by another trusted and accomplished healer.
Energy at Last! was last modified: June 18th, 2018 by Matt Van Dyke, AEMP
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Most people have heard of the field of acupuncture by now, but did you realize the scope of the practice encompasses Chinese medicine, which includes so much more than needles? Let’s explore this ancient therapy.
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