622 E. 8th Street
at the corner of 8th and F Streets
9 a.m. to 7 p.m., Mon.-Fri.
by appointment only
(530) 757-2064
Johanna Utter, L.Ac., FABORM
Payment Methods
Cash, checks, credit / debit cards, Venmo, Apple Pay

Johanna Utter, L.Ac., FABORM has been practicing acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine in Davis since 1990. She is licensed by the State of California and is a Fellow of the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine (FABORM), She is certified in Oriental Reproductive Medicine. Her practice includes individual dietary and lifestyle counseling in a holistic approach to wellness that addresses body, mind, spirit, and emotions.

Johanna’s practice focuses on:

  • Women’s health, including fertility, menstrual cramps, PMS, perimenopause, menopause, exhaustion, and hormone imbalances
  • Digestive problems, incorporating dietary counseling and awareness of food sensitivities
  • Emotional stress, including anxiety, frustration/irritation, depression, PTSD
  • Acute and chronic pain relief, such as headaches, back pain, muscle tightness
  • Respiratory conditions, including sinus congestion, allergies, cold/flu, cough, asthma

Her clients report a greater sense of well-being, with more energy, better sleep, and relief from anxiety and pain.

Spiritual Direction

Johanna completed a three-year internship training program in The Art of Spiritual Direction, offered through The Bread of Life in Sacramento. Using contemplative listening and guidance, she helps her patients to explore the yearnings of their hearts, their spiritual path, and an awareness of the divine flow in their lives and bodies.


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2015-05-04 14:59:42   I can highly recommend Johanna. She has helped me with several issues over the last few years, especially when I've had a non-specific problem (wide range of symptoms, no obvious cause) that the western doctors couldn't help me with. She is particularly skilled with Chinese herbs, and has helped me keep my hypothyroid in check without the larger doses of drugs that the doctors have recommended. —LindaMatthew