Eileen T. Dube, MAc, MS-PREP, LAc, DiplAc (NCCAOM)
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After spending over 20 years working in biotechnology and biopharmaceuticals, I felt drawn to set out on an ancient path to provide health and healing. Acupuncture called to me because of its gentle elegance and its ability to work with the mind, body and spirit to facilitate healing.

I have lived in the area for close to 30 years, raising my family and being part of our community. When it came time to choose where to open my practice, I decided that I would open it here where I can serve my family, friends and neighbors. I am honored to be bringing acupuncture’s gifts to you.

Yours in healing,


· Licensed acupuncturist (L.Ac.) in New Hampshire and Massachusetts

· Nationally certified and holds the status of Diplomat in Acupuncture (Dipl. Ac.) from the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)

· Expertise in Eastern and Western treatment of pain


Clinical Experience included treating patients with acupuncture in integrative medicine settings at Winchester Hospital, Malden Family Health Center, and Lynn Elder Services

Co-investigator, Pilot Qualitative Assessment of the Impact of Chronic Pain Group Medical Visits at the Greater Lawrence Family Health Center

  • Trained in traditional as well as no needle techniques, orthopedic acupuncture, and oriental bodywork (massage)
  • Certified by the Auriculotherapy Certification Institute, recognizing knowledge in the treatment of disease with acupuncture using the microsystem of the ear
  • Second degree Reiki practitioner in the Usui tradition

When I am not in the clinic, I offer program management expertise to for-profit and non-profit organizations. I am also a c0-founder of Evan’s Gift: Sharing Compassion, a nonprofit offering programs and resources that help people live more compassionate lives. My favorite hobbies include gardening, hiking, snow shoeing, and nature photography.

Recent Publication:

Geller Jeffrey S., Dube Eileen T., Cruz Glavielinys A., Stevens Jason, and Bench Kara Keating. Pediatric Obesity Empowerment Model Group Medical Visits (POEM-GMV) as Treatment for Pediatric Obesity in an Underserved Community. Childhood Obesity. October 2015, 11(5): 638-646. doi:10.1089/chi.2014.0163.