“Co-ops are good for our community, good for our quality of life, and provide us a key way to take charge of our food supply. I am happy my family joined and look forward to its opening!”
In her 7th year at Montavilla Community Acupuncture, Mia Neuse is a stalwart resident and business owner in Montavilla. She first became interested in Chinese medicine in the early 90s when, “An injury I had didn’t respond to conventional Western medicine.” After studying shiatsu, Japanese acupressure massage, from a Master she decided to study acupuncture and Chinese medicine and received her Master’s in Oriental Medicine (M.A.O.M) from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine.
“I have personally welcomed and treated close t0 1,000 people since we opened our doors and I look forward to treating many more. It is an honor to be part of my community. I have spent the last 4 years on the Executive Board of the Montavilla East Tabor Business Association (METBA), striving to make our neighborhood the best it can be for resident and business owner alike.”