THE EAGLE CAP TEAM
JAMIE KIMBALL, DACM, LAC
For as long as I can remember, healthcare has been a part of my life. As a young girl I knew that someday I would enter the field of medicine. I began college assuming that Western medicine would be my future, hardly aware of the other options out there. During my pregnancy I experienced firsthand the healing power of acupuncture and knew then that Chinese medicine was my calling. Since I began exploring Chinese medicine, I have heard of and seen many people aided and relieved by this amazing medical practice.
I want to help people feel better and live a happy and healthy life. I began studying Chinese medicine after realizing the multitude of valuable “tools in the toolbox” with which I can use to help people. I hold a strong interest in the human body, and I am consistently amazed at the intricacies of the body. As a detail oriented person I wish to optimize treatments by investigating the root problem. Through this the patient will have the most effective treatment possible.
I am a 2014 graduate from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM) with the degree Masters of Science in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. I continued my education with the Nanjing University of TCM in Nanjing, China where I studied with well renowned Chinese Medicine doctors. I am board certified by the National Commission for the Certification of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine. I am licensed by the Oregon Medical Board as a Licensed Acupuncturist (LAc).
LINNAEA MARTIN, LMT
Licensed Massage Therapist and Esthetician
Please allow me to introduce myself. I am Linnaea Martin, licensed massage therapist and esthetician. I have been practicing massage since 2007 and esthetics since 2010. I chose these careers to combine two of my passions: helping people feel and look their best, while having the flexibility to have time with my family.
I grew up in Wallowa County and graduated from Enterprise High School in 2004. In 2007, I graduated from Moscow School of Massage. I then took and passed the National Certification Exam for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork in 2008. I obtained my Idaho Massage License in 2013 and my Oregon Massage license in 2017. I have been a professional member of the American Massage Therapy Association for over 13 years. I practiced massage in Idaho for 10 years. First, at a Spa in McCall Idaho, and then in 2010 I took a leap of faith and opened my own business in Riggins, Idaho. I continued my business in Riggins until moving home to Wallowa County in 2017. In 2009 I returned to school to study Esthetics at the Milan Institute in Boise, Idaho. I received my Idaho Esthetician License in 2010 and my Oregon Esthetician License in 2018. I did this so I would be able to offer more services to my clients and share the knowledge of the difference between quality organic products for your skin vs. over the counter products. As the skin is the largest organ in our body, I believe it is very important to use quality ingredients as we do for our internal body. Since moving home in 2017, I worked out of New Heights Physical Therapy offering massage and esthetic services until March of 2020. In April of 2020 I began to fill in here at Eagle Cap Wellness and began full time in June of 2020. I am very happy to be working with this amazing crew and in an environment of caring for our clients and getting to know each person. I look forward to working with you!
ANN M. FOLEY, PT
I am grateful for the opportunity to treat patients at Eagle Cap Wellness. I have enjoyed treating patients in this community for 9 years. My educational background includes a B.S. degree in Physical Education from the University of Massachusetts, a M.S. degree in Exercise Physiology from Smith College and a B.S. degree in Physical Therapy from the University of New Mexico.
I have 21 years of experience as a Physical Therapist specializing in orthopedic medicine and manual therapy. Prior to becoming a Physical Therapist, I worked as Fitness/Wellness Director, Corporate Fitness Director and instructor trainer for the YMCA.
My philosophy of Physical Therapy is to combine manual therapy with therapeutic exercise to treat movement dysfunctions to get patients back to work, school and play.
I enjoy hiking, cycling, kayaking, running, skiing, snow shoeing, camping and traveling.