Madison Selby, L.Ac., MaCHM, AOBTA-CP

Madison holds a Master’s in Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine from AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine where she completed residencies at the Veterans Administration and Seton McCarthy Community Health Center as well as over 1,000 hours of clinical internship in the AOMA student clinic. She has experience treating a wide range of conditions and complaints holistically using acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, dietary therapy, somatic modalities, gua sha, cupping, and more. 

 

In addition to her studies at AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine, Madison holds a B.A. in Anthropology from the University of Rochester and has completed training in motivational interviewing, trauma-informed care and mindfulness-based somatic techniques that allow her to empower patients in identifying their goals and leading the lives they dream of. Madison’s gifts for attunement and therapeutic connection foster a strong foundation of compassionate care from which patients can heal and grow.  

 

Madison specializes in treatment of physical and emotional pain, gastrointestinal health, endocrine dysfunction, and sleep disorders. She has completed advanced training in treatment of musculoskeletal and soft tissue injuries and is certified by the American Organization for Bodywork Therapies of Asia to practice tuina, a Chinese style of bodywork. Madison’s practice is founded on the core idea that all humans deserve to live full, authentic and integrated lives in alignment with their values, strengths and desires. 

 

Madison’s personal experience with acupuncture and Chinese medicine began at age 12 when she was treated for chronic pain using acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. An Austin native, Madison is an avid runner, hiker and outdoorswoman with a deep love and respect for the connection between human life and the natural world. She enjoys cultivating her inner life through the practices of mindful living, meditation and yoga.