Welcome Our Latest Advertiser: Jamie Davis Of Ceiba Acupuncture & Bodywork!
We’d like to welcome our latest Advertiser to The B-Town Blog â€“ Jamie Davis of Ceiba Acupuncture & Bodywork!
Acupuncture was not something Jamie was looking for â€“ it found her. Jamie had been suffering from migraines for a long time, and every physician she went to could do nothing for her. While in school for anthropology, she took a class on medical pluralism and was introduced to Chinese medicine.
She began treating with an acupuncturist and finally found relief from the constant migraine pain. She was completely hooked! She changed career paths completely, and when she graduated from the anthropology program she immediately enrolled at Bastyr University and moved to Seattle.
In her 3-year program Jamie learned not just about acupuncture and Chinese medicine, but also about the different aspects of healing and the many different modalities available. She began getting as much additional training as she could in the many different healing modalities available in the field of holistic healthcare.
In addition to acupuncture, Jamie is a licensed massage therapist and also has training in craniosacral and intraoral, Tuina (Chinese therapeutic massage), and Chinese herbs.
Chinese medicine and acupuncture is beneficial for so many conditions. In addition to treating just about any kind of pain condition, it also treats cold/flu/sinus, fertility, gynecological issues, digestive complaints, autoimmune conditions, and so much more.
Jamie specializes in migraine treatments and pre-and post-natal conditions, but she also treats a large variety of different conditions in her private practice.
In addition to her private practice, she has recently created a program called “Mommy and Me Community Acupuncture.” This is a special support group for moms and moms-to-be where they can receive affordable acupuncture treatment in a group setting, share their experiences with other mothers, and bring their children. The MMCA is held every Thursday afternoon, at the Des Moines Founders Lodge, Des Moines Beach Park. For more information about this program or to offer support, please call or email Jamie anytime ([email protected]).
Acupuncture and Chinese medicine is Jamie’s passion.
“I love that I get to help support people through their healing process,” she said. “Helping someone find relief from pain and be able to rejoin their daily activities and family as their Ã¬normalÃ® self again, is the most rewarding career I can imagine. Thank you for letting me be a part of your lives and community.”
Jamie can be reached at:
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