Debbie Hardin, M.Ac., L.Ac.
As a college student, Debbie was living with intense shoulder pain until a friend suggested acupuncture. The treatments transformed her, easing not only her discomfort but also alleviating anxiety and symptoms of depression, inspiring her life’s work. Now, as a general practitioner of acupuncture, Debbie loves to empower people to create and live a meaningful life. She finds special satisfaction in working with patients to transform pain, “stuck-ness,” and disappointment into opportunities for greater health and happiness.
Debbie helps patients navigate:
- Anxiety and depression
- Digestive issues
- Conception and fertility
- Chronic aches and pain
- Persistent worries
- Maintaining focus or developing creative energy
She holds a masters degree in acupuncture from the Tai Sophia Institute (now the Maryland University of Integrative Health), the oldest accredited graduate school for acupuncture in the United States.