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********** Two years have passed since his father’s death and it’s time for Dr. Ray Zywicky to reopen his acupuncture clinic and return to life. But Ray won’t practice like before. The insurance companies helped cause his father’s demise and that’s unforgivable. Perhaps there’s another way – with a low cost, no insurance, community clinic. But is it worth the risk and effort?
Join Ray in Bibelot, Washington, a little jewel of a town, where Bonnie Brown’s brews great coffee, Rusty’s bar serves dubious drinks, uncle Mel runs the family funeral home, and an unusual cast of characters poke at each other, while Ray pokes them all, at the Northwest’s newest community clinic.
Steven Knobler is a Doctor of Acupuncture in Washington State where he runs North Seattle Community Acupuncture with his stalwart crew of acupuncturists and support staff. The NorthSea is open 7 days a week and has been providing community care since 2009.
See the movie. Read the interview.
Last month, Elizabeth Ropp recommended a documentary called “Jewel’s Catch One” about a night club owner and Gay Liberation leader who becomes an acupuncturist and the founder of a non-profit health clinic.
The documentary “Jewel’s Catch One” is streaming on Netflix.
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