New Acupuncturist - Rebecca Harburg L.Ac

We are delighted to welcome Rebecca Harburg L.Ac to our clinic team. She's excited to meet all of our wonderful clients and will be in the office Mondays 12:30-4pm, Wednesdays 1-5pm and our NEW SUNDAY MORNING shift 9am-1pm. Schedule a treatment with her now !

 Rebecca received her Master’s of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine in her native city of Portland, Oregon. While there, she gained experience treating patients in a community setting through an externship at Old Town Clinic and also treated patients at Mercy & Wisdom Community Health Clinic, which caters to individuals who might not otherwise be able to afford healthcare. Rebecca enjoys treating a variety of conditions from hot flashes to asthma, and anxiety to shoulder pain. She is a NADA-certified “Acupuncture Detoxification Specialist,” which involves treating addiction (like Acupuncture for the People’s Stop Smoking treatments). She has a background in biological/medical anthropology and her interest in the connection between mental/emotional suffering and physical illness has led her to Chinese medicine, as it views mind and body as one. “As an Acupuncturist I can use the tools of Chinese medicine to alleviate this suffering by accessing the body’s natural healing abilities.” She also minored in Spanish and looks forward to speaking it with clients should the need arise.

 Rebecca received her Master’s of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine in her native city of Portland, Oregon. While there, she gained experience treating patients in a community setting through an externship at Old Town Clinic and also treated patients at Mercy & Wisdom Community Health Clinic, which caters to individuals who might not otherwise be able to afford healthcare. Rebecca enjoys treating a variety of conditions from hot flashes to asthma, and anxiety to shoulder pain. She is a NADA-certified “Acupuncture Detoxification Specialist,” which involves treating addiction (like Acupuncture for the People’s Stop Smoking treatments).

She has a background in biological/medical anthropology and her interest in the connection between mental/emotional suffering and physical illness has led her to Chinese medicine, as it views mind and body as one. “As an Acupuncturist I can use the tools of Chinese medicine to alleviate this suffering by accessing the body’s natural healing abilities.” She also minored in Spanish and looks forward to speaking it with clients should the need arise.