Dr. Jaymie Mackler is a Naturopathic Physician and Licensed Acupuncturist and owner of Flourish LLC. She treats a variety of acute and chronic conditions with warmth and compassion. She will work with any member of the family, but as a doctor and mom she has a passion for helping women through times of transition such as menarche (a woman's first cycle), fertility issues, pregnancy, motherhood, and menopause.
She strives to listen and find an individualized plan for each patient who walks into her office. She often begins with dietary intervention, exercise, and lifestyle changes but she also has powerful tools such as acupuncture, Chinese and western herbal medicine, nutritional supplementation, homeopathy and pharmaceuticals when the basics are not enough.
- Washington State Licensed Naturopathic Doctor (ND)
- Washington State Licensed East Asian Medical Practitioner (EAMP)
- Board Certified National Diplomat of Acupuncture: by the NCCAOM National Certification Commission for Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine
- 2005 Alumni of the 6-year dual degree Naturopathic Medical Doctorate and Classical Chinese Masters of Science Medical programs at National University of Natural Medicine in Portland.
- Specializing in Fertility and Reproductive Health, Integrative Medicine, Mental/Emotional health, Pain Management, Autoimmune disease, Nutritional and Lifestyle Counseling and Wellness.
- Founder/owner of Flourish LLC (2005-present)
- Assisted and mentored by the esteemed, late Dr Daniel Newman MD, ND, MSOM at Rising Health 2006-2014.
- For further information about continuing education and curriculum vitae click here.
Get to know a little bit more about Dr. Mackler, Naturopathic Physician and Licensed Acupuncturist!
How did I become interested in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine?
My first exposure to acupuncture was as a child watching acupuncture on injured horses. In 1996 I spent a semester abroad in China and observed and experienced the power of Chinese medicine for myself and for hundreds of patients in Chinese medicine hospitals. I then worked at a holistic veterinary clinic where acupuncture and herbal medicine was used. I watched dogs limp in and walk out after acupuncture sessions. I saw improvements in chronic skin conditions, irritable bowel syndrome and chronic urinary tract infections. Knowing there is no placebo effect on animals, I knew this medicine worked and I wanted to learn more about it!
Why also practice Naturopathic medicine?
Naturopathic Medical school gave me a strong background in western diagnosis, western herbal medicine, as well as nutrition. This allows me to more effectively communicate with other physicians as well as my patients in their language. I can also work with foods, nutritional supplements and plants that are more familiar to us. I can order lab work, or diagnostic imaging, refer to specialists and write prescriptions when needed.
How do I flourish?
By cooking and sharing meals with family and friends, swimming, taking hikes, puttering in my urban garden, reading a good book, riding horses and helping you feel better!