We’ve added two New Acupuncturists to serve our patients in our White Marsh office. Read about Ms. Jaeok Lee and Ms. Nancy Smith below. They will provide full coverage of all of our White Marsh office hours so you can get the care you need, when you need it the most.
Nancy is Available in White Marsh:
Monday … 9am-2pm
Tuesday .. 2pm-7pm
Friday … 2pm-7pm
Jaeok is available in White Marsh:
Monday … 4pm-8pm
Tuesday … 9am-2pm
Friday … 9am-2pm
Saturday …9am-1pm (every other Saturday)
We are also adding New Services you’re going to LOVE!
In addition to our new herbal topicals our patients are raving about that have been kicking pain’s butt – Hello Bone Water & Tiger Mom! – We are super excited to tell you we’re adding Tibetan Herbal Foot Soaks to our Acupuncture sessions at no additional charge. Tibetan Herbal Foot Soaks are profoundly effective for chronic pain & inflammation, infertility and neuropathy, and much more. Our foot soaks use high quality Chinese Herbs sourced directly from Tibet, sustainably harvested by Tibetan Priests. Read more about our Tibetan Herbal Foot Soaks here: http://www.soulsproutacupuncture.com/blog/2017/10/10/tibetan-herbal-foot-soak-how-does-it-work
Or listen to a really awesome podcast about these one of a kind foot soaks here: https://botanicalbiohacking.com/blog/herbal-foot-soaks-2
You’ll also notice our new Rainbow Infrared PEMF Mat that treats Pain! The PEMF Mat may be added to your acupuncture session at no additional charge *based on availability.* PEMF stands for pulsed electromagnetic fields. To your body, PEMF functions at a cellular level, enhancing your body’s overall functioning. The process of receiving PEMF involves sending energy waves towards pained areas of the body. The waves pass through completely and increase the spin of the electrons. As a result, wellness levels are improved and the body may function more efficiently.
Read more about our Rainbow PEMF Mat, the Infrared Stone therapy and all the other benefits here: https://healthyline.com/product/rainbow-chakra-cleansing-and-balancing-mat-l/
Pardon our Progress as we get our new services set up in Timonium & White Marsh! We can’t wait to send you pics of our new Foot Soaks and the new Rainbow PEMF Mat.
Acupuncturist Ms. Jaeok Lee, M.Om., L.Ac., NCCAOM
Acupuncturist Ms. Nancy B. Smith, PA-C, MPH, M.Ac., L.Ac
Ms. Jaeok (pronounced “Jay-Oak”) Lee A quiet and humble wife of a church minister, Jaeok has considered herself as a servant who cares about mental, physical, and spiritual health of people. She graduated from the Virginia University of Integrative Medicine and achieved a Master’s Degree of Acupuncture & Oriental medicine. She has a passion for treating people with physical suffering, and being an acupuncturist offers her the opportunity to help people in need. Jaeok is a Licensed Acupuncturist (L.Ac.) with the state of Maryland and has a Diploma of Oriental Medicine by National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). Originally from Korea, Jaeok is fluent in Korean and English. She began her journey into acupuncture by giving Auricular Acupuncture (initially in Korea) for nearly 20 years.
Ms. Nancy Smith is an acupuncturist whose medical experience spans 34 years as a Physician Assistant (P.A.) prior to studying acupuncture and becoming a Licensed Acupuncturist as of 2017. She has served as a clinical Physician Assistant at Johns Hopkins Hospital while coordinating research for clinical trials. Nancy graduated from Maryland University of Integrative Health in 2017 with her Masters degree in Acupuncture. Her passion is treating Pain Management, Anxiety, and Neuromuscular conditions. She was trained in 5 Element style acupuncture and she is National Acupuncture Detox Association (NADA) certified. Due to Nancy’s medical background, she is well-poised to collaborate care with your medical providers, especially regarding difficult cases. Nancy also has a Master of Public Health degree in International Health Communications and has had several editorial positions at several Baltimore-area hospitals, the Hopkins School of Public Health, a USAID project, and the US Naval Institute.