Linda Wentz


Linda is a National Board Certified (NCCAOM) and Licensed Acupuncturist. She received her diploma of acupuncture from the Maryland Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She is authorized to practice as a Licensed Acupuncturist by the Commonwealth of Virginia and Board of Medicine.

“I have always been interested in health and wellness and maintaining it through a balanced life. Traditional Chinese Medicine is a whole medicine and also is a preventative practice. Practitioners not only will address the main health concern but will advise ways to maintain good health. We don’t just look at one symptom or ailment of a person but look at all imbalances and assess the root cause and connections. I wanted to practice acupuncture to help patients feel better, naturally and achieve optimal wellness through acupuncture, nutrition and stress management.
I have been in practice since 2002.”

Matthew Stampe

Matt began his career 30 years ago when he was introduced to a Taiwanese acupuncturist by his Tai Chi teacher. Matt’s early training included Tai Chi, Qigong, Tui-Na/acupressure, meditation, and Chinese dietary therapy with some basic herbal knowledge.

After graduating from Virginia Commonwealth University, Matt later continued his studies at Qi Elements school of Massage and became a licensed massage therapist. He pursued his dream and later graduated from Virginia University of Integrative Medicine as a licensed acupuncturist L.Ac.. Matt is
licensed in D.C., Maryland, and Virginia.

“The combination of all these disciplines work synergistically for complete health and vitality. I am a firm believer in what Oriental medicine can offer as an
alternative or as a component, integrated with Western medicine. I have extensive personal experience with diet and nutrition and orthopedic treatments with working with all kinds of athletes for many years. I am very sensitive to the needs of couples trying to conceive and to support women throughout pregnancy. Patients who have had limited success with western treatments alone often see improvement in symptoms when working with a Chinese medical practitioner.”

Chae yeun Jeon

Chae is a Licensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist practicing in Alexandria, VA and MD. Her practice style is based on an integrative, whole-body approach to healing, providing personalized treatment plans designed to each individual’s needs.

She is genuinely passionate about treating her patients depending on their specific imbalances using the traditional practice of acupuncture, consult-therapy, cupping, nutritional, and herbal supplements to guide them to become the best version of themselves – physically, mentally, and spiritually. Her clinical interests are in pain management, gastrointestinal conditions, women’s health, emotional and mental health, geriatric care, sleep and fatigue-care, improving the overall quality of life.

Chae acquired her Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine at Virginia University of Integrative Medicine (VUIM) and her Bachelors of Science in Public Health Studies at James Madison University (JMU). Combining her expertise in western medicine, she completed clinical internships with Dr. Choo who is teaching at Wongu University of NV, and with Dr. Hon Lee who was a former U.S marine combat and now world-class TCM practitioner and qi-gong instructor, where Chae worked with patients of chronic pain, fertility, and side-effects of chemotherapy. She is also a volunteer acupuncturist and medical provider at the Loudoun Free Clinic.

When not seeing patients, Chae enjoys going on a hike, absorbing nature, traveling, spending time with friends, serving community, cooking new healthy recipes, and yoga. You can also connect with her on instagram @chae.acupuncture