Austin, TX 78759-8669
Celiac Disease Continuing Medical Education


  • Anti-Aging Medicine
  • Pain Management/Rehab Medicine
3921 Steck Ave Ste A117
Austin, TX 78759-8669
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Jamie Lynn Guyden, MD is Board Certified by the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. This New Jersey native began her medical career in Houston, Texas performing electrodiagnostic evaluations to patients with upper and lower extremity nerve complaints. Her career took a drastic turn in 2010 as her personal health journey compelled her to reevaluate her professional interests.

Her then 18 year struggle with Systemic Lupus had become overwhelming and unacceptable. She sought out a holistic and integrative approach that would lead to life changing management of her disease. Dr. Guyden is now healthier than ever without pharmaceutical medications or traditional medical therapies. She has now made it her life’s mission to share this knowledge with patients, family and friends. Her professional interests focus on integrative and wellness health services geared towards both prevention and reversal of common diseases. She whole-heartedly believes that proper education and support are the keys to successful patient outcomes.

Dr. Guyden resides in Austin, Texas with her husband, Alexander and daughter, Aria. She leads an active lifestyle, enjoys meditating and finds great personal fulfillment as a wife, mother, sister, daughter, mentor and friend.

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