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Dr. Kathryn S. Wells, D.Ac, L.Ac, Dipl. Ac

To find our calling is to find the intersection between our own deep gladness and the world’s deep hunger. -- Frederick Buechner

  Before becoming an acupuncturist Kathryn was blessed with two amazing careers of public service. She proudly served 12 years in the United States Air Force. Following an honorable discharge, she transitioned to a career as a customer advocate and project manager at the White House. Earning a wealth of experience in these rewarding jobs, it soon became clear that there was more.

  After a profound spiritual awakening Kathryn enrolled at Tai Sophia Institutute, now Maryland Universtity of Integrative Health (MUIH). She earned a Masters degree of Acupuncture and, after continuing her education while in private practice, she was conferred the Doctor of Acupuncture (D.Ac) degree. She spent thousands of academic and clinic hours learning and embodying the intricacies of acupuncture and chinese medicine through first-rate instruction and extensive internship. Dr. Wells also served as adjunct faculty at MUIH. She is committed to this medicine and regularly steeps herself in studies with deeply respected teachers.

  Dr. Kathryn Wells is a national board certified Diplomate of Acupuncture (Dipl. Ac. - NCCAOM), is licensed to practice acupuncture in North Carolina (L.Ac), and is an Acupuncture Detoxification Specialist (ADS) from the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA).

  Dr. Kathryn believes being an acupuncturist is her life calling; it is why she is on this earth. Years of training coupled with deep transformation prompt her into a bigger and more meaningful existence. Today, she knows the possibilities are endless and with continual exploration the next chapter unfolds......

Dr. Kathryn looks forward to meeting you and exploring the ways she, and acupuncture, can be of service to you on your walk of life!


20 Memorial Dr Suite B
Pinehurst, NC 28374

Dr. Wells' office is open with reduced hours to a limited number of current patients. We've implemented additional safety practices and other noticeable changes (read letter here) and will continually adapt as the situation warrants. Ultimately, the safety of our community is paramount and guides our decisions.

The COVID-19 pandemic reminds us exactly how interconnected we really are. Please reach out to others in safe ways and consider various means of supporting local efforts. Kindness doesn't prevent or heal an infection, but it sure is a balm for a hurting world.

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