About The Doctor
S. Erin Baldt, DA, received her training from
Southwest Acupuncture College in Santa Fe, NM and is board certified by the
National Certification Committee for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She is vice president of the Rhode Island Society of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Dr. Baldt’s internships have included: oncology, women’s health, and spinal pain.
In 2002, after working for 2 years in a pain management clinic in Pawtucket, she
opened Acupuncture & Wellness Ctr. of RI, Inc. (AWCRI).
|She has staff privileges at Roger Williams Medical Center
and has a professional affiliation with the New England Anesthesiology Pain
In February 2012, she joined the staff at the
Miriam Hospital in the
Oncology/Hematology Department’s infusion center. Patients receive acupuncture
to relieve pain, anxiety, nausea, depression or any other symptom that he/she
needs help overcoming. She is a regular presenter for the Pain Resource Nurse
classes offered to RNs at the Miriam every four months.
She has staff privileges at Roger Williams Medical Center and has a professional
affiliation with the New England Anesthesiology Pain Management Center. Dr.
Baldt is also a member of the American Academy of Pain Management.
When Erin is not at AWCRI, she enjoys walks with the dogs on the beach near her
home. Originally from Delaware, Erin has a B.A. in English from the University
of Delaware and received her Acupuncture training in sunny Santa Fe, NM, and
enjoyed living there very much before returning east. Her pastimes include:
photography, volunteering for Amos House, horticulture, hiking, reading,
collecting textiles, and learning new things. Erin is a member of the Irish
Ceilidhe Club of Rhode Island and the Yankee Weimeraner Club.
She is honored to be able to facilitate healing in her fabulous patients.
“Many times, it takes combining eastern and western medicine to
help heal patients. Because of my affiliations, my experience, and interests, I
feel like I have a foot in both worlds. I have a straightforward and
results-oriented approach. I love to do what I do and it shows!”