Sterling Davis is a Licensed Acupuncturist and a native Coloradoan. She became interested in holistic therapies at a young age while researching ways to help a family member who suffered from migraines.
Sterling completed her Bachelor’s degree at CSU in Health and Exercise Science. Soon after she moved to San Diego, CA to study Traditional Chinese Medicine at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. It is a four-year Master’s Degree program focused on Chinese acupuncture and herbology, but also integrated Western medicine course work. While there she completed a year off-site clinic at Rady Children’s Hospital. She was able to witness children facing serious illness such as cancer, cerebral palsy and chronic pain get some relief from symptoms with acupuncture. She also treated patients at Owen Clinic off-site clinic for HIV. She has participated in several pop-up clinics for veterans and the homeless across Northern Colorado, as well as worked in a non-profit clinic for veterans called the Healing Warriors program in Fort Collins, CO. She recently dedicated two months to volunteer in a rural village in Nepal providing acupuncture for the local community.
Sterling whole-heartedly believes that the body and mind are not separate. For those reasons, she really enjoys helping people with their emotional imbalances, such as anxiety, depression and stress.
In her free time, Sterling enjoys spending time outdoors, dancing and has started growing her own herbal garden.