Dr. Jamie Davis has been dedicated to the field of medicine for over 15 years, beginning her career with a Master’s degree in medical anthropology from California State University, Fullerton. During that time, she was afflicted with migraines and debilitating health issues, and it was through acupuncture she finally found relief from suffering. It was also through her research in Chinese Medicine that she discovered the root of a 25-year long battle with Lyme disease that had gone misdiagnosed all that time. That experience brought a knowing that she was meant to practice medicine and help others. She finished premed requirements in California while working on her Masters thesis, and after completing that degree, moved to Seattle, Washington to attend Bastyr University, going on to earn a Master’s degree in Acupuncture.
After opening her private practice in 2009, in the greater Seattle-Tacoma area, Washington, Dr. Davis has since earned a Doctorate in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, with a focus in medical research, and completed an additional 2 year certification in advanced herbal medicine. She has practiced this medicine in the US, Guatemala, China, and Taiwan through various externships and hospital residencies. Dr. Davis is published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine in 2015, for her work with pediatric encopresis. In addition, Dr. Davis has also published her capstone research on the cellular effects of Acupuncture in her book Acupuncture and the Extracellular Matrix.
In 2016, Dr. Davis and her family–her husband Ross Davis, their son and twin daughters–moved here to East Hope, Idaho. After a medical sabbatical, they opened the new 9 Crows Acupuncture office and a small grocery store. They love this community, their children’s school, their church and all the beauty North Idaho has to offer.
Through acupuncture and Chinese medicine, and her previous training in medical anthropology, Dr. Davis uses an integrated approach to holistic medicine to promote healing, wellness education, and cultural awareness to her patients and community.
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