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- Center Point Healing7309 Baltimore Avenue
College Park, MD 207401-301-277-9020
HoursMonClosedTue10:30 am – 6:00 pmWed10:30 am – 6:00 pmThu10:30 am – 5:30 pmFri9:00 am – 4:00 pmSat9:00 am – 4:00 pmSunClosedI work alternate Fridays and Saturdays.
I heard about Susan at Center Point Healing from a Doctor for natural medicine all the way in Florida. I was in so much pain all over from my neck down. Taking 1,000 mg of Tylenol daily for two months. I have always been a healthy eater. My para thyroid was out of balance and I was told that that it had to be removed surgically. A friend told me about trying Natural medicine and Acupuncture. It has been a... Read more »
Elizabeth is an outstanding acupuncturist. I saw her two years ago for specific physical problems and am continuing to work with her as I address larger life issues. As a movement analyst and teacher, I admire the effective blend of professional skills and personal qualities that Elizabeth brings to her work; and, as a patient, I deeply appreciate the results. Her ability to be warmly receptive and genuinely present with me, and at the same time to also be keenly... Read more »
Elizabeth is WONDERFUL! I have been seeing her for a little over one year. As she promotes on her website, she is present with you and where you are. She loves her practice, is kind and smart and funny and oh-so-caring about your situation without breaching any professional boundaries. Elizabeth has soft hands and a very gentle touch. She is one of the MAJOR BLESSINGS in my life. Her office is a calm oasis and I look forward to EVERY... Read more »
Elizabeth is truly a gem. I have struggled with an auto-immune disease for about six years. After meeting so many “challenging” people in the medical community, she is a HUGE breath of fresh air. She genuinely cares, and she simply knows what she is doing.
I have felt much better, and my “western” doctors have been amazed with my standard progress-according-to-blood-tests. She is not extreme or out there, but securely down to earth and logical. And I can’t emphasize her... Read more »
It is with a very high praise that I recommend Elizabeth Fellows to you, I have had in the past, some experience with acupuncture and I can say that working with Elizabeth has been a pleasure, and her competence in this field has been demonstrated to me in the course of my treatments. She not only has demonstrated a high degree of technical competence but also her willingness to be present during all of my treatments as a fully human... Read more »
I love Center Point Healing. I have been a patient here since April 2007. From the time I first walked through the doors at Center Point Healing, Elizabeth Fellows has made me feel as if I was her only patient. Before she begins treating you , she sits with you each visit from approximately five minutes and discuss your issues, symptoms, your week’s major points, and/or whatever is on your mind. With this information she tailor’s your treatment to what... Read more »
Elizabeth Fellows is a wonderful acupuncturist. She has helped me with several health issues as well as just gaining a feeling of general well-being. My treatment times have been the most relaxing time of the week for me.
S.M., Springdale, Maryland
Relaxing was last modified: May 12th, 2011 by elizabeth
Elizabeth provides great service. She asks questions to ascertain any medical issues you have and really listens to what you say. Her treatment plan is holistic and I can say that the overall quality of my health has improved. I will continue to use her services.
S.B., Hyattsville, Maryland
Someone Who Listens was last modified: May 12th, 2011 by elizabeth
Acupuncture has been a godsend to my life. Prior to coming to you for treatment, I was one of the biggest skeptics around. I had been on medication after medication and even tried herbal teas and foot soaks but nothing has compared to the relief that I’ve gotten from acupuncture treatments. Though I have a long way to go, I would rather do it safely and this has proven to be just that. Your positive and caring attitude has taken... Read more »
I have been seeing Elizabeth for over a year. She is a highly intuitive, thoroughly professional practitioner. Her office is warm and inviting. Her acupuncture treatments have served me well in many ways, physically and emotionally.
There have been a number of immediate improvements to my well being along the way, and the long term benefits have been remarkable. I would highly recommend her.
P. S., Hyattsville, Maryland
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