Owner Jung Kim melds a license in acupuncture and certification in massage therapy to ease clients’ pain. Kim and the rest staff also use herb mixtures and shiatsu care to relieve fatigue, headaches, insomnia, chronic pain, and sports injuries.
Maryland Holistics' resident practitioner, Eric Windsor, adjusts acupuncture treatments to each patient's aches, pains, and medical history. A 10-minute consultation precedes the nigh-painless insertion of sterile needles, which aim to treat pain, sports issues, women's fertility issues, or needle deficiency. With the latter option, a follow-up treatment addresses unresolved aches or stress. Patients may see significant results in one or two sessions, but Maryland Holistics recommends four to six treatments over several weeks for chronic conditions, such as tennis elbow or baseball spleen.
Dr. Lisa Wang doesn't just practice Chinese medicine—she also spends her days teaching others about its benefits. As a third-generation doctor of Chinese medicine with more than 35 years of experience, she leads frequent workshops on medicine, tai chi, and meditation and teaches a college course in ancient alternative healthcare. At Wang Wellness Center, she and her team of expert practitioners use all-natural and ancient treatments such as acupuncture, facial massage, ayurvedic medicine, and homeopathy. Treatments such as acupuncture may help with weight loss, symptoms of PTSD, PSM, and menopause. These treatments aid conditions that range from chronic pain to breathing problems to stress from dreams about being trapped inside a hard chocolate shell.