Lynette Daudt, LAc
Lynette got acupuncture for the first time because allopathic doctors had no answers for her complaint. Three treatments and a bottle of herbs later, the concern was gone — and TCM has been her main medicine since.
As part of her training, Lynette went to Chengdu in the province of Szechuan in the People’s Republic of China. Witnessing this medicine along side western methods was eye-opening. It felt like things were in their proper place. Acupuncture and herbs first. Western intervention if needed.
Lynette had a private practice north of San Francisco in Marin County for 11 years. She opened Acupuncture for Everyone in July of 2014 and is excited about being being able to serve a wider range of people with a wider range of conditions due to the affordability of this clinic’s business model.
In addition to acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, Lynette practices EFT, NAET, and Face Reading - all three of which are based on the same theoretical foundation as Chinese medicine. You can read more about each of these on the “What We Offer” page.
Lynette is now offering Four Voices Five Elements Coaching and writing classes, workshops and books to get more helpful information to you so you can feel great physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually!
Davida Malley Mitchell, LAc
Minus a brief hiatus in Southern California, Davida has practiced in Boise’s North-End since 2010. Her informative, personable, and holistic approach to Traditional Oriental Medicine has earned her a place in the hearts of her patients.
She has treated everything from insomnia to chronic pain to the negative effects of stress to fertility issues.
Davida first got interested in acupuncture s a child while watching her mother get treatment. During college, she spent a year traveling throughout Asia and returned to synthesize her experiences into a thesis on access to traditional medicine around the globe. She went straight into school to study Traditional Oriental Medicine upon completing her under graduate degree.
Davida's interest in the theoretical integration between Eastern and Western medicine continued to grow and she wrote her doctoral thesis on this subject. She particularly appreciates how the two paradigms can complement one another to benefit patients.
She has a passion for helping individuals struggling with addiction and the symptoms of withdrawal. She completed clinical fellowships at Cri Help Chemical Dependency Treatment Center Providing acupuncture and treatment specific to addiction and post-acute withdrawal symptoms, and the Los Angeles Free Clinic, where she initiated the Acupuncture and Herb Program.
Davida is fluent in Spanish and grateful to offer her services to individuals who feel more comfortable speaking Spanish.