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MA, MSA, EAMP, LMP
Now at Three Trees Yoga & Healing Arts Center
Introducing Acugraph–Digital Meridian Imaging. Allows you to see your meridians, where you are out of balance, and how you improve with each session!
Free Demonstration: Saturday, April 28th at 12:30 at Three Trees Yoga Studio
to schedule with Jamie, please call
To integrate acupuncture and Chinese medicine with therapeutic healing arts in order to promote health, well being, and individual and family cohesion. I am dedicated to helping others find relief from pain, dis-ease, and daily stresses by providing a well-versed range of holistic healthcare services, and integrating ancient medical philosophies into the 21st century lifestyle.
Jamie L Davis, MA, MSA, LAc, LMP, is an East Asian Medical Practitioner and licensed acupuncturist through the state of Washington. Through acupuncture and Chinese medicine, Chinese herbs, massage and bodywork, and her previous training in medical anthropology, she uses an integrated approach to holistic medicine to promote healing, wellness education, and cultural awareness to her patients and community.
Acupuncture was introduced to her while in graduate school earning her Masters degree in medical anthropology. She was experiencing intense migraines that were not improving through standard allopathic care. Once she started receiving acupuncture treatment herself, and finally found relief from her migraines, she completed her Masters degree in anthropology in 2005 and immediately enrolled at Bastyr University to begin her new path in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. While in school for acupuncture, she simultaneously received her education in massage from the Brenneke-Cortiva Institute, and soon thereafter was licensed in massage in 2006. She later graduated from Bastyr University with a Master of Science in Acupuncture. To further her knowledge in Chinese medicine, she completed her training in Shanghai, China, working with Chinese masters in two well-known Shanghai hospitals, with emphasis on acupuncture techniques and tuina (Chinese massage techniques).
Currently she combines the dual training in acupuncture and massage to help provide relief from a variety of ailments and pain conditions, specializing in migraine and headache relief, autoimmune disorders, post-stroke, anxiety and depression, facial rejuvenation, and pediatric care.204 South 348th Street