Board of Registration in Medicine
License number: 233902
Traditional Chinese Medical practice
Framingham. Diana dedicates her practice and life to those in need of medical attention. She works diligently to provide the highest level of care by
incorporating the strengths of Traditional Chinese Medicine with modern western medical findings.
Veteranís Outreach Center
Diana volunteers at the Veteranís Outreach Center in Marlborough providing free acupuncture to Veteranís suffering from PTSD and other post war conditions
from musculoskeletal pain to insomnia and stress. Veteranís Outreach Center is located at 255 Main Street, Suite 213 Marlborough, MA 01752
Elder Community Collaborative
The Elder Community Collaborative (ECC), which meets at Marlborough Hospital, focuses on projects that address the needs of the senior population. The
ECC developed the File of Life which helps first responders access pertinent medical information needed to admit seniors in a crisis situation. The ECC also
developed the Caregivers Resource Guide, which helps seniors and caregivers understand extensive terminology and acronyms used in geriatric care. The
ECC continually looks for needs of the senior population that need to be met.
Grafton Community Harvest Project
Grafton where all the vegetables grown are donated to hunger relief organizations in in Central Massachesetts.
Diana has volunteered as a dance instructor with children in the inner cities of New Bedford, Fall River and Worcester. Through dance and creative
expression, Diana has had the opportunity to positively influence the youth and encourage them to pursue their dreams of a greater life through hard work
Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce (MRCC)
business community of Marlborough.
Corrider Nine Chamber of Commerce
community of their core towns including Westborough, Southbrough, Northborough, Shrewsbury and Grafton.
Golden Triangle BNI
Resources for Seniors
As a previous member and treasurer of the Resources for Seniors, Diana was able to work with the senior population by providing medical services which
improve their health while concurrently addressing other life matters with the professionals of Resources for Seniors who addressed all aspects of aging.
National Association of Professional Women
endorses a diverse syndicate of charities and nonprofit organizations focused on womenís issues and child wellness including St Jude ChildrenĎs Research
Center, The Ronald McDonald House, Make a Wish Foundation, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence and the National Partnership for Women
and Families, Inc.
Dianaís love for people, health and vitality initiated a deep interest in the study of medicine in general and specifically Traditional Chinese Medicine. Her
caring nature extends to her patients, the community and the world through actions taken within her practice and life. Diana provides an opportunity for
those in medical need to benefit from the growing field of Traditional Chinese Medicine through the use of Acupuncture, laser acupuncture, Chinese herbal
medicine, Chinese massage and nutrition.
Education and clinical internships
Diana Fernandes Lic. Ac., M.A.O.M. received her Master's in Oriental Medicine, studying acupuncture and Chinese
Acupuncture is the oldest school of Oriental medicine in the country and is reputable for its dynamic academic
curriculum. This clinically based school provided the opportunity to practice Traditional Chinese Medicine at Boston
Medical Center, Shattuck Hospital, various community health centers throughout Boston and its own Traditional
was able to initiate her studies in Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Marlborough Wellness Center (MWC)
Practitioners of this group practice include: Diana Fernandes Lic, Ac., M.A.O.M.,
Julie Dalbec Lic, Ac., M.A.O.M., OTL, Judy Shields LMT, RN, Hilary Athame LMT and
Doreen Carlisle LMT.
This facility offers a relaxing setting most conducive to getting well.
MWC is conveniently located .5 miles from downtown Marlborough and 1 mile off of Route 495.
Massage therapy offered at MWC works with soft tissue of the body. Benefits of massage therapy include
relaxing the body and calming the nervous system, loosening tight muscles, recovery from injuries, increasing
range of motion and flexibility and strengthening the immune system. Types of massage at the MWC include
Swedish, deep tissue, therapeutic, trigger point therapy and prenatal.
MWC also offers bodywork therapies including polarity therapy, a system that employs reflexology, energetic
touch and clearing techniques to deeply relax and rejuvenate each client. Other bodywork includes reiki and
Location: 14A Winthrop St. Marlborough, MA 01752
Appointments are available:
Monday and Wednesday day and evening from 8 am to 7 pm
Friday day from 8 am to 3 pm
Metrowest Wellness Center (MWWC)
alternative therapies as part of its dynamic treatment options. MWWC is affiliated with Framingham Union
Hospital and Leonard Morse Hospital.
In addition to acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, MWWC offers physical therapy, occupational
therapy, hand and speech therapy, aquatic therapy, and massage therapy. MWWC also provides
mammography and MRIs.
This facility offers a biomedical approach where patients can receive much of their rehabilitative care in one
MWWC is conveniently located on RTE 9 westbound in Framingham, MA easily accessible from Mass Pike.
Location: 761 Worcester Rd. Framingham, MA 01701
Appointments are available: Tuesdays: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm