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“Your vision will become clear only when you look into your heart. Who looks outside, dreams. Who looks inside, awakens.”
—Carl Jung

Please note that I have a scent free office. Please do not wear perfume, scented hair products or body lotions/products. I try to keep the office as scent free as possible for those with sensitivities, myself included.

Dr. Liz Carter

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Monday 10-6
Tuesday 10-6
Thursday 10-6

Gatewood Neighborhood

4138 SW Webster St.

Seattle, WA 98136

Phone: (206) 395-5827
Fax: (866) 459-3413

Dr. Meghan & Camille

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Friday 2-8
Saturday 10-4
Tuesday by request

Admiral Neighborhood

3045 California Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98136

Phone: (206) 395-5827
Fax: (866) 459-3413

Directions & Parking

Directions from the north: follow California Ave SW south of the Morgan Street junction. Continue up the large hill. Turn left on Webster (the first street at the top of the hill).

Directions from the south: follow 35th Ave north until Thistle or Holden and make a left (these are both large thoroughfares). Proceed all the way to California Ave SW and make a right. Follow California north until you reach Webster and make a right.

There is plenty of street parking available. Follow signs around the alley, up and over the stairs, and you’ll find the door!

There are a few stairs to get into the office. If you have significant mobility issues or use a wheelchair, my practice may not be the best fit for you. Feel free to contact me and I would be happy to find someone whose office is more accessible.

Directions & Parking

New Leaf Natural Medicine is located inside Westside Acupuncture and Herbs on the corner of California and Hanford. Street parking is available on California, Hanford, or 44th Ave SW.

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“Every patient carries her or his own doctor inside.” ~Albert Schweitzer