Meet your Practitioner
Bronwyn Clark is Nationally Board Certified through the NCCAOM (National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine), and licensed in the District of Columbia. Since 2007, she has been in a full-time, General Acupuncture Practice implementing a Five Element approach, as well as the concepts and philosophies of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Her areas of expertise include: Pain Management, Fertility Support, Gastrointestinal Disorders, and Stress Management. She completed Georgetown University School of Medicine "Mini-Medical School" in Fall of 2014. Bronwyn is a certified instructor of a Boxing and Pilates interval workout (Piloxing), which gives her insight into resolving and preventing patient’s sports injuries.
In 2005 Bronwyn Clark started a two year Apprenticeship at East-West Wellness Center in Rockville, MD, where she worked as an Assistant for Hong Ji, L.Ac, an accomplished practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Bronwyn engaged in a clinical approach to maintaining patient health through the use of gua sha, cupping, electrical stimulation and traditional needling.
Bronwyn began her Master of Acupuncture studies in 2003, at TAI SOPHIA Institute (now Maryland University of Integrative Health). Here, she studied the Five Element teachings of J.R. Worsley through school founders Bob Duggan and Diane Connelly. Clinical Training included practice as an Acupuncture Intern at Tai Sophia Student Clinic in Silver Spring, MD; in addition, she facilitated the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association auricular protocol, in a Drug Rehabilitation Clinic, in Baltimore, MD.