Dr. Celia Hildebrand, D.A.O.M., LAc, NCCAOM Dipl Acupuncture


Dr. Hildebrand has worked in the fields of health care delivery, integrative medicine, community development, and health project financing for more than 30 years; 18 of which she worked in health care planning and clinical practice with Native American tribes in New Mexico and Arizona. She has over 3200 hours of training in Oriental Medicine, including a clinical Doctorate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (2015), and a Master of Science of Oriental Medicine from the International Institute of Chinese Medicine (2002, Santa Fe, NM). Her academic studies are supplemented by additional training and certification in Cross-fiber and therapeutic massage; Cranio Sacral studies; Advanced Reiki; Bioenergy; blood chemistry, and nutritional support help  Dr. Hildebrand has a passion for understanding multi-cultural approaches to health, well-being and disease, and their intersections with health care delivery and compliance. She is deeply engaged in studying traditional and folk medicine practices and particularly of her own Eastern European heritage. Her doctoral studies focused on the role of Oriental Medicine in public health, and specifically on cardiovascular disease and the aftermath of myocardial infarction. She served as the Chair of Clinical Education at Northwestern Health Sciences University in Minneapolis, MN, as Academic Dean / Faculty and Clinic Supervisor at the Virginia University of Oriental Medicine (Fairfax, VA), and Daoist Traditions College of Chinese Medical Arts (Asheville, NC).

She maintained a clinical practice in Tucson Arizonaand in coordination with Acupuncturists Without Borders (of which she is a board member and trainer since 2012) inaugurated a community clinic with the International Rescue Committee to serve refugees and survivors of torture, later using her education and experience to develop, fund, and manage integrative medicine programs on tribal lands.

Molly Snyder, RD, LDN

Molly Snyder is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist practicing integrative and functional medicine with the power of food. A central philosophy of Molly’s practice is helping individuals enjoy the best food that provides optimal nourishment and satisfaction while avoiding depravation and restriction. Molly completed her undergraduate work in Clinical Dietetics and Nutrition at the University of Pittsburgh. A few years into clinical practice she returned to school at Iowa State University for her graduate work and dietetic internship. She is the former president of the Northwest Pennsylvania Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and has experience in community nutrition, food service management, and clinical nutrition.

Molly is an expert with addressing lifestyle change through diet modification. She is a food enthusiast; encouraging and inspiring people to live free of restriction and embrace a fulfilled life.  Molly advocates a whole-food, plant-based diet for optimal fuel for the body and can help individuals discover improved health and quality of life through food management.

Molly offers individual counseling, in person and virtually. She provides direct instruction on food purchase, food preparation, and food storage. She also offers in-home pantry over-hauls, counseling, and cooking demonstrations. Supporting a positive relationship with the mind, body and spirit, Molly can show individuals that the gateway to a healthy life is right around the corner. Learn more about Molly at Full-Filled Nutrition, LLC.