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Fern Plant

Acupuncture &
Traditional Asian Integrative Medicine 

voted best acupunctureBoise 2023

Doctor of Acupuncture

Davida Mitchell, DAOM, L.Ac. 

Doctor of Acupuncture

Traditional Asian

Integrative Medicine

Davida Mitchell was honored as the Gold winner of the Boise Favorites for Best Acupuncture. The 2023 Boise Favorites saw an unprecedented participation, with over 88,000 votes cast by more than 42,000 individuals.

Davida Mitchell is a respected Doctor of Acupuncture and Traditional East Asian Medicine with 20 years of experience and a career marked by her dedication to whole-person healing.  With a comprehensive background in Traditional Asian Integrative Medicine, Davida brings forth a diverse array of techniques to address the complex needs of each patient from Acupuncture and Moxibustion to Diet and Nutrition counseling, Reiki and an extensive knowledge of the Chinese Herbal Pharmacopeia.


She completed both a four-year Masters and a two-year Doctorate degree at Emperors College, a prestigious institution renowned for its excellence in Acupuncture and Traditional East Asian Medicine. Additionally she has contributed to the field through various roles, including designing the Acupuncture and Herb Program at the LA Free Clinic, collaborating with medical professionals to provide vital care to underserved populations, as a technical supervisor to Masters students in the acupuncture program at Emperors College and has worked across diverse clinical settings, from hospitals and outpatient clinics to community acupuncture clinics and integrative medicine centers.

Treatments are comfortable and relaxing. Acupuncture involves the insertion of stainless steel needles into specific points on the body. The needles used in Davida’s practice are all disposable, single-use needles. A needle is never used more than once.


"I believe in self-cultivation, compassion, and critical thinking as essential components of acupuncture and Traditional East Asian Medicine. Drawing inspiration from Taoist philosophy and a rich 5,000-year-old tradition, I embody a holistic approach to healing, acknowledging the interconnected dimensions of health. By viewing each individual as a harmonized energy system, I seek to addresses not only physical ailments but also mental, emotional, social, spiritual, environmental, and occupational factors, thereby nurturing comprehensive well-being.

I am grateful for the opportunity to practice this ancient and effective modality, and for the opportunity to positively impact lives in the Treasure Valley and beyond. With a steadfast commitment to excellence and a welcoming approach, I invite anyone seeking to experience the transformative power of acupuncture and Traditional East Asian Medicine to my practice."


Natalie Gregersen, MAOM, L.Ac.

Licensed Acupuncturist

Alexander Technique Teacher


(208) 866-1640



Natalie graduated from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM) in 2012 with a Masters in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Natalie is  compassionate, engaging and a deep listener. She practices a gentle style of acupuncture, where patient comfort is prioritized, and treatments often include acupuncture, essential oils, East Asian bodywork, moxibustion, and cupping.  She also works with Chinese herbal medicine which can treat both acute and chronic conditions.

Natalie is in network with the following insurance providers: Blue Cross of Idaho, Regence Blue Shield of Idaho, Pacific Source, MVA PIP claims


Additionally, she completed a 1600 hour Alexander Technique teacher training program and is certified to teach the Alexander Technique. In a nutshell, the Alexander Technique is a unique hands-on practice where students learn improved impulse control, how to regulate/recognize muscular patterns associated with tension and stress, and builds an increased awareness around habitual, automatic responses and behaviors.

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