Jessica Fieo-Scully Dipl.OM, L.Ac.
Practitioner of Oriental Medicine
Licensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist
Qigong Instructor / Breath work and Meditation Instructor
200 Hour Yoga Training Certified
Jessica Fieo is licensed through the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and board certified in Pennsylvania and California. Jessica graduated from a 4 -year master’s program at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego, CA where she studied and apprenticed with some of the top practitioners in her field. She was also a lead practitioner at Pharmaca, an integrative pharmacy in the San Francisco bay area.
Jessica grew up in a household where the use of natural healing modalities was a way of life. Her mother was a massage therapist. Her father was an energy worker and taught meditation workshops since she was a young child. Jessica’s Italian grandmother frequently used food as medicine to treat everyday ailments and common colds.
After a car accident in 1998, Jessica suffered with severe neck pain. At the same time she was studying medical qigong and met her first acupuncturist that suggested she try it for the pain. Shortly after 3 sessions her neck pain improved and she was relieved of symptoms. She continued acupuncture treatments for several years because of her improved health. After a sprained ankle, her acupuncturist stimulated points in her wrist, applied a liniment and the next morning the swelling and pain had disappeared. She went for treatment with a high fever and it was reduced by the end of her session. In addition during an appendicitis attack while in graduate school she sought acupuncture for treatment and after several hours with applied castor oil packs and points stimulated on her leg, the initial symptoms gone once more. It was the ebb and flow in Jessica’s life that lead her to realize that pursuing this form of medicine as her life’s passion was only natural.
Jessica believes that good health comes not just from the physical body, but stems from your whole state of being, (spiritually, emotionally, environmental and your outlook on life) as well. Oriental Medicine treats the whole individual. Jessica’s main focus is to empower her patients to integrate all aspects of their human experience, learn how to create a healthy lifestyle for themselves and their loved ones as well so to manifest true balance in their lives. She also likes to encourage us all to live a life filled with vitality not just wellness.
Jessica has specialized over the years in women’s health, fertility, pediatrics, anxiety, depression, gastrointestinal issues, immune issues, musculoskeletal problems, headaches, migraines, fibromyalgia, to name a few.
She is currently continuing training in Dao Flow Yoga which combines Chinese Medicine with Yoga Flow and Women’s Health fundamental yoga poses for all stages of life. She is also additional training in pediatric acupuncture as well.
“Let Food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food” – Hippocrates
“I am in Qi, Qi is in Me” – Qigong Master Robert Peng