Acupuncture For Everyone
Hours: Some Monday mornings, Wednesday mornings, Friday mornings and afternoons, Saturday mornings and afternoons
Anne Drogin is the original founder of Acupuncture for Everyone, which was established in March of 2008.
Anne has been practicing acupuncture since 1997. She is licensed by the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine. She is also a certified Detox Acupuncturist. For the first eight years of her career, Anne treated people with AIDS and HIV. She has continued this practice on a part-time basis throughout her career.
Anne has also been on the faculty of Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences/New England School of Acupuncture since 2001. She has supervised students practicing in off-site clinical settings such as Roxbury Comprehensive Health Center, Dimock Health Center, and Lemuel Shattuck Hospital. Anne has been credentialed at Boston Medical Center, Lemuel Shattuck Hospital, and Dana Farber Cancer Institute, where she currently holds the position of Oncology Acupuncturist.
It was Anne’s passion for public health that led her to open Acupuncture for Everyone and this passion sustains her commitment to providing affordable alternative medicine.
Anne is available to speak to individuals and organizations on a variety of topics related to acupuncture and Chinese Medicine.
Harvmit Huang graduated with a Masters of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the New England School of Acupuncture and is a Licensed Acupuncturist in Massachusetts. As a student, he was an intern in an Orthopedic Specialty clinic at NESA, at the Pathways to Wellness Clinic in Boston, as well as the Adult Day Health Center in Lynn. In 2012, he received a Certificate of Advanced Clinical Practice from the Liaoning Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China. In 2012, Harvmit spent three months in Nepal volunteering as an Acupuncturist for an organization called Mindful Medicine Worldwide. While in Nepal he became a Level 1 Healing Touch Practitioner. Harvmit is passionate about helping people and through community acupuncture hopes to provide affordable alternative medicine.
In his free time, Harvmit teaches swimming and is in his fourth year of managing his own team. He loves the water and has been a swim instructor for over 10 years.
Hours: Monday afternoons and evenings |
Wednesday afternoons and evenings
Jessica is a licensed acupuncturist, Chinese herbalist, and massage therapist in the state of Massachusetts. She graduated from the New England School of Acupuncture where she studied Chinese herbal medicine, Chinese and Japanese acupuncture styles, and orthopedic acupuncture. Her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology and Applied Physiology (Exercise Science) was earned at the University of Delaware and in 2013, she completed the massage therapy program at the York Technical Institute in Mechanicsburg, PA. She is licensed by the board of medicine and is certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).
Jessica is drawn to deep healing, the mind-body connection, and understanding how the body moves and functions in time and space. She takes a holistic and integrative approach to health and wellness and focuses on re-establishing balance to the body, mind, and spirit of each individual. She understands that we are each unique beings and tailors each treatment to the presenting here and now of each visit. She strives to cultivate love and compassion in all aspects of her work and life and to provide heart-centered care for all. She works with the intention of helping patients meet their health goals so that they can all live their best life. She is excited to be working at Acupuncture for Everyone and to be able to provide more affordable and accessible treatments.
When not at Acupuncture for Everyone or at her private practice in Davis Square, you can most likely find her basking in the sun, frolicking in nature, making/eating delicious plant-based foodstuffs, or listening to hip-hop probably too loudly.
Hours: (Currently on leave.)
Yuliya Bratnikov graduated with a Masters of Acupuncture in Chinese and Japanese Style from the New England School of Acupuncture and is a Licensed Acupuncturist in Massachusetts. As a student, she was an intern at Boston Medical Center’s Pediatric and Family Medicine Department, and at Cambridge Health Alliance in Malden.
Yuliya has been in the healthcare field since 2006 when she received her Doctorate in pharmacy and has been working in multiple healthcare settings as a pharmacist. While she enjoyed her career, she was looking for more comprehensive, preventative and affordable solutions to many health issues people were struggling with and not getting the best relief with western medicine alone. She is passionate about finding the best solution and integrating western medicine and acupuncture as well as making it affordable and accessible to everyone.