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Belynda White, Master of Acupuncture

Born in Prince George’s County, Maryland, Belynda White graduated from Bowie State University’s Business School. From her youth, she had a strong interest in finding a career that allowed her to help others.

She then entered North Carolina Central University School of Law in Durham, North Carolina, where she obtained her degree and ended up practicing law for 10 years.

Her urge to continue to help people took on a new dimension after that when she embraced the healing art of acupuncture. Belynda received her Master of Acupuncture degree at Tai Sophia Institute in Laurel, Maryland.

She is a Five Element Acupuncturist.

“I will partner with you on your journey to live in wellness through the healing art of acupuncture,” she tells her patients.

She believes passionately that acupuncture not only helps us alleviate our physical symptoms of pain, but it also awakens us to our true selves so that we can walk through life with ease and grace.

A strong believer that God has a plan for everyone, Belynda says it is never too late to live your life with grace. She embraces gratitude and practices it daily.

Michael White, MPT

A highly skilled and respected physical therapist, Michael White earned his Masters of Physical Therapy degree from Howard University’s School of Allied Health.

The Baltimore, Maryland native now has more than 20 years of practice in hospitals, rehabilitation centers, outpatient clinics and home health care throughout the State of Maryland and Washington, D.C.”

He also has experience as a personal trainer with a long string of prestigious clients including former US Speaker of the House Thomas Foley and former Secretary of the Army Togo West.

Michael’s goal is to help each client realize and reach their greatest potential for rehabilitation.

“I am passionate about providing you with quality care and treatment,” he says, emphasizing the importance of healing without medication.

“My goal with each patient is to help them get back into the game of life,” he says.

An army veteran, he has a distinguished reputation for his work in the treatment of back pain and orthopedic injuries and pre and post-surgical rehabilitation.

Michael also provides his clients with an educational component in their treatment so they can partner with him for best result and prevent recurring issues.

His original interest in become a physical therapist was piqued by his work as a personal trainer at University Club, Watergate Health Club and Metro Health. He could see how he could help people improve their health and well-being and he wanted to take his skills to a higher level.

When he is not working in his clinic, Michael invests considerable time in wellness education programs in the community, with components on preventing diabetes and heart disease.

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