the Clinic

Evergreen Acupuncture is a clinic focused on movement. We work with people of all walks of life with the same goal in mind: to move with less pain. If you’re recovering from an injury or surgery we want to get you back to doing what you love. Whether you’re a crossfit competitor or a weekend warrior trying to train for your next marathon we’re here to keep you moving optimally to prevent injury and achieve your next big goal. Even if athletics isn’t your game and you just want to be able to get through your work day without feeling in constant pain, we’re here to help you manage the daily stresses put on the body from being on your feet or having to sit for long periods of time. Consider Evergreen Acupuncture Clinic a part of your team to help keep you moving pain-free.

At Evergreen Acupuncture Clinic we believe in personalized care. We will provide you the time needed to properly assess your condition through orthopedic testing and palpation and create a personalized treatment plan that targets your needs.


The acupuncturist


Ryan is a graduate of the Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine, where he earned his Masters of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. At this school he received extensive apprentice-based training in acupuncture, herbal medicine, medical massage, and movement therapy. He has continued his education diving into sports and orthopedic acupuncture and medical massage, as well as injury assessment. His primary objective as a practitioner is to help relieve pain, increase mobility, and restore healthy movement patterns to get you back to doing what you love.

Ryan is a runner, cyclist and a wannabe swimmer. He loves to move fast and knows firsthand how bad it feels to not be able to train and push yourself. Whether you’re nursing an injury, recovering from a surgery or in fear of making a small pain turn into a large one putting yourself on the sideline is a drag. No matter if you are an athlete looking to perform at their best or somebody who just wants to be able to go on a pain-free walk with their dog, his primary goal for every person who walks into the clinic is to be able to move with less pain and more ease.