Dr. Nazanin Kimiai, ND, LAc

Dr. Nazanin Kimiai is the medical director and founder of Comprehensive Medical Center in Kirkland, Washington. Dr. Kimiai earned her undergraduate degree in psychology from Seattle Pacific University and her medical degree in Naturopathic Medicine as well as a master’s degree in oriental medicine and acupuncture from Bastyr University. In addition to her clinical residency at Bastyr, she trained with 3 major hospitals in Mainland China where she had the opportunity to work with over 800 patients. She has had extensive training with Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt in the field of biological and oxidative medicine as well as Drs. Louisa Williams N.D. and Timothy Ray, O.M.D., Thomas Rau M.D., Konad Werthman M.D., and Robert Rowen, M.D.

Dr. Kimiai's goal is to provide the best care to her patients to restore health. She is constantly seeking new information to allow her to better serve her patients by increasing her own knowledge as a physician. She incorporates a broad spectrum of treatment modalities drawing from systems of medicine utilized around the world. Dr. Kimiai is an expert in sophisticated diagnostic techniques used to identify the cause of illness and the most effective treatments. She specializes in biological medicine, homeopathy, environmental medicine, oxidative medicine, anti-aging medicine, herbal medicine, homotoxicology, neural therapy and traditional Chinese medicine. She focuses on minimizing toxicity and correcting structural imbalances to allow the body to heal. Dr. Kimiai creates treatment plans designed to treat the specific underlying cause of illness for each patient.

Dr. Kimiai is a/an:

  • Diplomat of National Council for Certification of Acupuncturists
  • Acupuncturist licensed in the State of Washington
  • Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine licensed in the State of Washington
  • Member of the Association of Naturopathic Physicians in the State of Washington
  • Member of the Acupuncture Association of Washington
  • Member of the Institute of Oxidative Medicine
  • Member of the American Academy of Environmental Medicine


Dr. Sue Yang-Eng, DAOM, LAc
Doctorate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

"Promote health and well-being one patient at a time"

Dr. Sue Yang-Eng moved from Taipei, Taiwan at the age of four to Seattle, Washington.  As a young child she learned her ABC's in school and studied Mandarin at home, which she did not enjoy at the time.  Adjustment into the American ways were challenging on occasions, as home life was very rooted in Chinese traditions and customs.  Her first memory to acupuncture was at the age of eight when she watched the practitioner perform a home treatment on her mom to treat migraine.  At the end of the session, her mom was up and about, free from pain.  It was also not uncommon to find "strange" looking Chinese herbs incorporated into everyday cooking and to be told to "eat it because it is good for you."   This early exposure to Chinese medicine at such a young age has led Dr. Sue on a lifelong journey in this field of practice.  Passionate about demystifying the world of Chinese medicine, Dr. Sue's goals of promoting health and well-being one patient at a time will also provide insights from another cultural perspective.  This follows suit as the word for "doctor" is derived from the Latin verb "docere" meaning "to teach."

  • Bachelor of Arts in Asian Language and Literature, Univ. of Washington, 1997
  • Masters of Science in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Bastyr University, 2000
  • Doctorate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Bastyr University, 2009
  • Externship: Chinese herbology, Shanghai and Chengdu, China, 2000 and 2008
  • Acupuncture training, Shanghai, China 2001
  • Two years residency, Bastyr University, 2002-2004
  • Co-author book "Modern Applications of Traditional Formulas", 2005
  • Faculty member, Bastyr University, 2004-2011
  • Private practice, 2011- present


Aleksandr Schastlivy, LMP

Trained as a neurologist, Aleksander has medical degrees in neurology and manual therapy from Russia and Central Asia. He studied and worked in post-surgical rehabilitation in Germany. He received additional training in lymphatic drainage specific to neurology in Vis Baden, Germany, and has worked with spinal cord and brain injuries as an M.D. for more than 18 years in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.

In 2009 Aleksandr emigrated to the U.S.A.  He graduated from Bellevue Massage School and specialized in applied kinesiology, myofascial release(MFR), reflexology, cranial-sacral, and abdominal therapy. 

Aleksandr specializes in manual lymphatic drainage and neuromuscular re-education.  He helps patients with whiplash, headaches, cervical neck pain, low back pain, and sciatica.  His main focus is to provide safe, high-quality medical pain relief with soft tissue manipulation and cranial work for clients whose lives are limited by pain and fatigue.

He enjoys skiing, biking, hiking, reading books, and spending time with his family and friends.

Wellah Farzan
Colon Hydro therapist

 Wellah Farzan is certified colon hydro therapist in the Woods Gravity Method. She believes that gravity centered colonics are one of the most under utilized and yet immeasurably valuable tools of self care. When Wellah received her first gravity centered colonic in January 2010, it had such a profound effect on her that she fully launched herself into discovering what colonics can bring to the mind and body.  She became a certified colon hydro therapist in October 2010 and moved from Oregon to NYC in 2014 to be mentored by some of the best colon therapists in NYC: Cindy Suarez and Donna Perrone. In the two years and 9 months of practicing as a full time gravity colon hydro therapist in Manhattan and in Brooklyn, Wellah gave over 3,000 colonics.  

Wellah's goal in being able to offer gravity centered colonics is to help people experience how a clearer, lighter body can impact their relationship with their bodies and state of well being. When we release what is stagnant and no longer needed by our systems, we literally make room for a completely different way of relating with ourselves and with our bodies.