Practice Philosophy: Debbie McCabe approaches health care and wellness from a “whole body” perspective.
Areas of Focus: Family Wellness, Lyme disease, Autism, ADD/ADHD and Allergies
Member American College for the Advancement of Medicine (ACAM)
Defeat Autism Now!
American Holistic Medical Association
International College of Integrative Medicine (ICIM)
International Association of Integrative Medicine (IAIM)
American Association of Integrative Medicine
Debbie’s background includes 25 years of training in both traditional and integrative medical settings. Studying and working in nutrition, herbal medicine and other CAM (complementary and alternative medicine) therapies as well as working in a traditional Urgent Care Center, in 2005 she opened the first “green” Wellness Center on the Eastern Shore of Maryland in order to devote full time her attention to Integrative Health and Wellness. She approaches healthcare and wellness from a “whole person” perspective, realizing each person is as unique as their fingerprint.
Her specialty is working with families who are dealing with Lyme disease, Autism, ADD/ADHD, Allergies, and other disorders. As a mom with 4 children, ages 9 to 19 years, including 2 sons with Lyme disease, she knows first-hand the impact a sick child makes on a family. She also believes that parents and future parents are the true guiding force of their child’s health, and her goal as an integrative practitioner is to empower parents to take charge of their own health and well-being and that of their children.
Debbie recognizes that many of today’s health issues are multi-system disorders such as gastrointestinal, immunological and neurological problems, which may be triggered by an increasingly toxic environment. With this knowledge she teaches people how to make healthy diet and “lifestyle changes” to encourage long term wellness.
In addition to her practice and raising 4 children, Deborah McCabe is an active member of her community and has served on the St. Francis School Board for 6 years. Deborah also started S.A. Magic, the first non-profit girls sports program for “at risk” girls ages 8-16 providing them the ability to compete on a national level. She also works with under privileged families and military families donating her time and providing health care and wellness education.