Jayne Dabu founded Lotus Acupuncture Clinic in Virginia Beach, Virginia in November of 2011 with a desire to provide the best comprehensive and quality health care available in Hampton Roads (www.lotusacupunctureclinic.com).
Jayne Dabu is a Nationally Board Certified Licensed Acupuncturist, with a Diplomate in Acupuncture by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM – www.nccaom.org). Jayne is certified in Advanced Clinical Training of Nutrition Response Testing awarded by Ulan Nutritional Systems, Inc. She is certified in Auricular Medicine, External Taoist Qi Gong Healing, Hypnotherapy and Acupoint Injection Therapy, and BioEnergetix Homeopathy.
Jayne attended Indiana University Bloomington where she obtained her Bachelors of Science in Dance and a Minor in History. She received a second Bachelors degree in Computer Information Systems. She became Manager of Technology at Turner Classic Movies Network, Turner Broadcasting.While at Turner, Jayne obtained her Masters of Business Administration.
During her corporate career, Jayne was diagnosed with cancer. Jayne turned to Acupuncture/Oriental Medicine and Nutritional Response Testing to heal her body and Spirit. Through her healers, she discovered natural ways of healing, the world of alternative medicine, nutrition and a renewed sense of spirituality. With a strong will to live, Jayne worked hard to turn her destiny around. She integrated Eastern and Western Medicine with nutrition, meditation, spirituality, counseling and lifestyle changes to beat cancer, which she successfully did!
Inspired by her journey and her team of wonderful healers, Jayne knew she wanted to pay it forward and help others who were dealing with health challenges. She meditated and prayed, asking the Universe to guide her. Her Higher-Self guided her to Acupuncture school.
Jayne attended East West College of Natural Medicine in Sarasota, FL. and received her Masters of Science in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She interned and worked at Health South Rehabilitation Hospital as an Acupuncturist working on closed head trauma, stroke, and hip and knee replacement patients. After graduation she moved back to Virginia to bring her knowledge to Hampton Roads.
Jayne draws from her personal and professional experience as an Acupuncturist. She combines Oriental Medicine, Herbal Therapy with Applied Kinesiology, Nutrition, Lifestyle Counseling, Exercise, Spiritual Healing and Meditation.
As a cancer survivor, she deeply understands the continuing journey patients must travel to heal their physical, emotional and spiritual being.
Jayne is passionate about her patients’ health and wellness, which shows in her commitment, compassion, discipline and love; a force which drives her to find solutions to their problems. Jayne’s loyal commitment to educating her patients empowers and enables them to transform their health, thus allowing them to make healthy choices in their lives and make a difference in the lives of the people THEY touch.
RECENT NEWS AND UPDATES:
Jayne Dabu was accepted and will be pursuing her DAOM (Doctorate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine) at Five Branches University in San Jose, California beginning this September 2015. She will be flying out to California once a month for the next 24 months to complete a 1280 hour intensive program. The medical curriculum will bridge the gap between Traditional Chinese Medicine and Biomedical approaches, promoting cross-referrals and inter-disciplinary medicine.
The program covers both the TCM and Western medicine perspective of a core TCM practice and each medical subspecialty of family medicine. Eventually, she will earn her PhD with one of Five Branches University’s sister schools in China in the following years. She has waited 5 years to begin this program. She is very excited and ready to embark on obtaining more knowledge to help all her patients!