Chiropractor brings LGBT-centered practice to downtown Edmonds

Sunday, April 23, 2017

Pirak Chiropractic is on the second floor
at 406 Main Street in Edmonds

On Monday, April 10 Dr. Michael Pirak, D.C. opened the doors of PIRAK CHIROPRACTIC, his new one-man-show chiropractic practice in downtown Edmonds.

There he provides quality chiropractic care to his patients, with a focus on the needs of the LGBT community.

Patient care room

Dr. Pirak has created an environment that is truly conducive to his patient’s needs.

“By taking a step back, and realizing that I don’t need all the trappings of a ‘successful’ practice, (receptionist, X-ray machine, etc.) I can do something different,” states Dr. Pirak.

He goes on to explain that he has kept the cost of doing business as low as possible, so that he can focus on spending more time with his patients.

Waiting room

He continued, “I want to get to the root of the problem, because pain isn’t always just about the physical. And by keeping my practice small, I can afford to see fewer patients, and therefore spend more time with them.”

He is also focusing his efforts on the LGBT communities of Edmonds and Greater Seattle. You don’t have to be an LGBT person to be seen at Pirak Chiropractic, but your compassion is expected, as his office is a designated safe space.

“You have to share a lot of sensitive information with your doctor, and not everyone is good at keeping their opinions to themselves. No one needs to face that kind of judgement, when all they want to do is feel better.”

Dr. Pirak treats everything from headaches to plantar fasciitis, and welcomes all to his inclusive office.

He doesn’t take insurance, but says that by keeping his costs low he can offer prices that could even be less expensive than the average copay.

Learn more, and schedule your appointment online on the website

Pirak Chiropractic, 406 Main Street, Suite 115A, Edmonds, WA 98020

(425) 278-9963 phone
(425) 278-9973 fax


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