Dr. Jaime Ewald N.M.D.
Chief Medical Officer
Jaime Ewald, NMD is a graduate of Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine located in Tempe, Arizona, where she received her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine in 2006. She graduated from Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine & Acupuncture (PIHMA) in 2009 with a Master’s degree in Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine. Dr. Ewald received her Bachelors of Science Degree in 2000 from Wright State University, located in Dayton, Ohio. Starting as a Certified Tissue Bank Specialist early in her scholastic career, Dr. Ewald has over 20 years of experience recovering human bone, tissue and organs for transplant and research. This experience was invaluable in her understanding of the intricacies of the human body and how it copes with illness and injuries.
Dr. Ewald returned to the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, home of the Neil Riordan Center for Regenerative Medicine, in 2008 as an adjunct faculty member. She has taught many classes, including courses in the Human Biology Module and currently proctors OSCE exams, as well as teaches Emergency Medicine and is a Clinical Supervisor at the Phoenix Rescue Mission Changing Lives. Phoenix Rescue Mission Changing Lives is the only faith-based recovery program in the region offering long-term, comprehensive services, for single women and mothers with children to rebuild their lives. This program provides a stable, nurturing environment where women are able to work through addiction and abuse issues. They also receive life skills education and other counseling, and ultimately become self-sufficient through career assessment and job placement. Dr. Ewald feels very fortunate to have the opportunity to serve both the SCNM Community as well as the Phoenix Rescue Mission Community. She has always had a passion for learning and feels honored to get to learn from her patients, students as well as her community.
Currently, Dr. Ewald is a licensed primary care physician with prescriptive rights specializing in Regenerative and Personalized Medicine. She has 10 years of experience using Stem Cell/Exosome Therapy to assist in the healing of injuries and chronic illness in multiple organ systems. Her practice, Stemulus Innovative Healthcare, is located in Phoenix, Arizona and combines the best of cutting edge medical technologies with the healing wisdom of nature to develop treatment plans that truly incorporate every aspect of the human experience. This allows the patient to live their best life and find their way to true healing.
Dr. Ewald’s specialties include pain management using regenerative injection techniques with stem cells/exosomes and PRP, Bio Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy, treatment of acute/chronic disease of multiple organ systems and Men’s/Women’s Health. She uses Naturopathic modalities such as acupuncture, customized botanical medicine preparations, regenerative injection therapy, nutritional/lifestyle counseling, homeopathy, vitamin injections, nutrient IV therapy as well as conventional and specialty lab testing to support and encourage cultivation of a healthy, productive human experience. On occasion, prescription medications are necessary to support the healing process. These medications are used in conjunction with Naturopathic therapies to promote healing. Dr. Ewald works to use the simplest of medicines to assist the body’s innate healing power to remedy the most complex of disease processes and believes that what makes us can heal us.
The human body is never wrong. It makes good decisions with bad information all the time. Medicine is the practice of changing that information to allow the body to receive good information for decision making. The quality of our food, environment, thoughts and relationships are all information for the body. We can make a mindful decisions every day to give our body good information.