Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine
Class of 2011
Mailing Address:
444 NE Ravenna Boulevard, Suite 101
Seattle, WA  98115
Tel: (206) 517-4541

East-Asian medicine is a clinical approach to health care that has been refined and honed over thousands of years. For most of that time the focus of its transmission has been the clinic, where knowledge grows organically out of experience as master practitioners pass on what they know to apprentices. We believe that a modern acupuncture program still must be grounded in the clinic.  Read a Message from the Directors

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5 Reasons to Attend the Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine

Clinical Training : SIOM students begin clinic within the first few weeks of starting school. In their first year they assist experienced practitioners each week in the care of patients, therefore [ ... ] READ MORE

2013 Graduation

  August 16th, 2013 marked the passage for the latest group of SIOM students into the beginning of their professional careers. Ten students passed through the crucible of SIOM training and emerged r [ ... ] READ MORE

2010 Alumni Survey

      When the Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine was founded in 1994, the founders sought to provide a clinically-based program with a deep respect for the inclusive spirit of Oriental Medi [ ... ] READ MORE

Smith, Melissa

1609 Thacker Ave.
Jacksonville, FL 32207
Tel: 904-477-2825  Fax: 904-396-9215
 
Melissa Smith
 
Class of 2004
 
Melissa B. Smith, A.P.'s Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine Clinic provides holistic healing using Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, and Diet Therapy. Melissa is currently writing a cookbook/diet therapy guide and her practice has a strong focus on supporting patients health by working with diet, recipes and whole foods. The clinic has a raw Chinese Herbal Pharmacy and a readymade prescription pharmacy on site. She specializes in treatment of Woman's Health (including PCOS, endometriosis and infertility), Fibromyalgia, Fatigue, Anxiety, Depression, Pain Conditions, Allergies, and Recurrent Colds.