Kim Conner

Kim G. Conner, R.Ph., M.Ac. Ruscombe Mansion Hill House 4801 Yellowwood Avenue Baltimore, MD 21209 410-592-2752
Kim G. Conner
R.Ph., M.Ac.
410-592-2752

Kim is a practitioner of Classical Five Element Acupuncture (CF-EA) one of the oldest systems of medicine. Five Element Acupuncture was first recorded in the Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine also known as the Nei Ching, which was written around 100 BC. Classical Five Element Acupuncture treats the root cause of the energetic imbalance by inserting needles into pathways of Qi (pronounced Chee) also known as acupuncture points. Continue reading “Kim Conner”

Heather Dorst

Heather Dorst, RN, M.Ac., L.Ac., MQP Knowing others is intelligence; knowing yourself is true wisdom. Mastering others is strength, mastering yourself is true power. -- Lao Tzu
Heather Dorst, RN,
M.Ac., L.Ac., MQP

Knowing others is intelligence;
knowing yourself is true wisdom.
Mastering others is strength,
mastering yourself is true power.
— Lao Tzu

I am a licensed acupuncturist as well as a registered nurse and Medical Qigong practitioner. I have been practicing acupuncture at Ruscombe Mansion since 1988, after graduating from Tai Sophia (now Maryland University of Integrative Health or MUIH) in Columbia, Maryland and have been involved in health care for over 30 years. In addition to my private practice, I have been on the faculty of MUIH since 1990. Continue reading “Heather Dorst”

Katherine Dunn

Katherine Dunn, M.Ac., Dipl.Ac. Acupuncturist and Meditation Teacher
Katherine Dunn
M.Ac., Dipl.Ac.
Acupuncturist and
Meditation Teacher

As an acupuncturist, meditation teacher, and artist my most essential goal is to help reveal the still, unchanging essence within each person and all of life, often referred to as the Inner Self. It is spacious, luminous, and free of suffering. This all-pervasive consciousness brings us clarity of vision, authentic relationship, and a creative oneness with everything in life. When we live from deep within this natural awareness we create a state of peace, health, and joy. Continue reading “Katherine Dunn”

Ina Grundmann, M.D.

Ina J. Grundmann, MD
410-367-5622

Ina practices Integrative Holistic Medicine, utilizing Functional Medicine, Nutrition, Medical Acupuncture, Homeopathy, and Anthroposophic Medicine. She is board-certified in family practice, board-certified in integrative holistic medicine, certified in medical acupuncture and has a background in massage therapy. Continue reading “Ina Grundmann, M.D.”

Cynthia Zanti Jabs

Cynthia Zanti Jabs, L.Ac.
CZJabs@comcast.net
443-226-6626

I have practiced Acupuncture and Qi Gong for more than two decades. Over the past several years, I’ve added Medical Qi Gong and essential oils to my practice. Both are components of ancient Asian healing systems. They offer gentle ways to untangle troublesome symptoms and create ‘take-home’ practices to further the benefits of treatments. I often describe Qi Gong as ‘DIY Acupuncture’ or ‘Medicinal Movement.’ Easy to learn, fun to do, highly beneficial — and economical!
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Stacey Kargman, N.D.  

Stacey Kargman, N.M.D., L.Ac. 410-356-4600
Stacey Kargman, N.M.D., L.Ac.
410-356-4600

ASSOCIATE PRACTITIONER

Stacey is a Board-certified Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine and Diplomate of Acupuncture. She is licensed by the Naturopathic Board of Medical Examiners and the Maryland Board of Acupuncture. After graduating from Hampshire College, with a B.A. in psychology and women’s studies, she received her Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine and Master’s in TCM Acupuncture degrees from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona in 1996 and 1997, respectively. She is a member of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians, the Maryland Association of Naturopathic Physicians and the NCCAOM. Continue reading “Stacey Kargman, N.D.  ”

Diana Keener

Diana Keener, M.Ac., L.Ac.
410-542-4088

Diana Keener, M.Ac., L.Ac., has provided acupuncture services to a wide range of people including inmates at the Baltimore City Detention Center and clients at Healthcare for the Homeless. For many years, Diana taught diagnostic skills and supervised clinical level students at the Tai Sophia Institute (now MUIH). She maintains a private practice at the Ruscombe Community Health Center in Baltimore. Diana is also a student of Chinese Shamanic Qi Gong in the lifelong training program offered by Master Zhongxian Wu. Continue reading “Diana Keener”

Dixie Mullineaux

acubird2@gmail.com 410-458-2806
acubird2@gmail.com
410-458-2806

happy calm acupuncture

I was drawn to Five Element acupuncture because it reflects my love of the natural world. There is a beauty and rhythm to the cycles of nature, and the same is so for the human being. The human being is much like a garden, and just as a garden suffers when the sun, rain, soil, nutrients and loving care are missing or are out of balance, the body, mind and Spirit suffer when they are not fed and tended properly. Acupuncture can assist in bringing back harmony and balance to the human garden. Continue reading “Dixie Mullineaux”

Lisa Stambolis

Lisa Stambolis, R.N., M.Ac., L.Ac. 410-493-0054 stambolis@verizon.net
Lisa Stambolis, R.N.,
M.Ac., L.Ac.
410-493-0054
stambolis@verizon.net

I believe in helping people thrive and to find joy and peace in their everyday lives”

As a nurse practitioner and acupuncturist, Lisa has a deep understanding of western and eastern medicine. She integrates her knowledge of both to bring optimal health to patients. 5-Element acupuncture is a natural and safe form of healing which addresses a wide variety of common ailments and health problems effecting the body, mind and/or spirit. Continue reading “Lisa Stambolis”