Kargman, N.D, L.Ac., 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 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 and the President of the Maryland Association of Naturopathic
Kargman was in private practice in Tucson, Arizona from 1997-2000,
then she moved back to the east coast and began her practice in
Baltimore. In April 2001, she took over the Maryland Natural Health
Center in Owings Mills, MD and began working at Acupuncture Associates
from her private practice in Tucson, Dr. Kargman worked with the
Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation as their Complementary Medicine
Physician, working with patients and their primary-care physicians
in helping patients improve their health and quality of life while
being HIV+. As well, she also worked with the Tucson Rape Crisis
Center as a Forensic Examiner providing exams and support for people
after they had been raped or sexually assaulted.
her current practice, Dr. Kargman treats a wide variety of clients
of all ages for both acute and chronic conditions. Her primary modalities
include acupuncture, herbal medicine, nutritional and lifestyle
counseling, homeopathy, and craniosacral therapy. Her specialties
include women’s health, hormonal balancing, gastrointestinal
disorders, allergy testing and elimination, endocrine imbalances,
pain management, and migraines.
Kargman enjoys working in collaboration with other healthcare providers
in order to provide the best and most comprehensive care for her
patients. Currently, Dr. Kargman sees patients at Maryland Natural
Health Center (Owings Mills) on Tuesdays & Thursday afternoons,
and Fridays. As well as at Mid-Atlantic Headache Institute (Pikesville)
Tuesday and Thursday mornings and in Towson on Wednesdays.
she is not working in one of her offices, Dr. Kargman is a member
of the faculty at the Baltimore School of Massage where she teaches
anatomy and physiology. As well, in her spare time is active in
numerous political and neighborhood organizations, and volunteers
as a mediator with the Community Mediation Program. Besides her
community work, she enjoys hiking, camping, and traveling with her
family, and building sand castles on the beach with her sons.
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