Our philosophy of caring governs everything we do:
- We truly care for our patients and want you to feel very comfortable with the entire staff.
- We recognize that everyone is an individual and our goal is to tailor treatments specifically for you.
- We strive to be thorough in everything we do and take the time to be the best that we can be.
MAOM, Dipl. OM (NCCAOM)
Belinda He holds a Texas State Licensed in Acupuncture and Herbalist. She has achieved
* The National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACCAOM)
* The National Certificate in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCTMB).
She studied at the Guang Zhou University of Chinese Medicine for pain management she also attended Shanaxi University of Chinese Medicine for stroke victims, hemipegia and child cerebral palsy. At Beijing University of Chinese Medicine is where she studied Acupuncture treatments, pediatric message (Tuina) and also complications from cancer treatments. It is the goal of her practice to help patients improve and maintain optimal health through prevention and natural healing.
Belinda uses principles of classical Chinese Medicine integrated with modern scientific analysis and technology to work with the body's innate healing ability. By using a variety of natural approaches including acupuncture, diet, exercises, and other therapeutic methods, she will map out a holistic path to treat common ailments and complex conditions based on each individual's needs.
Belinda is also able to help with a wide range of disorders caused either by emotional or physical imbalances. She can recognize your body's intrinsic wisdom and work with each patient to achieve optimal health and wellness. Her treatments are based on individual evaluations along with dietary recommendations, herbal medicine, and breathing exercises as a holistic approach. Her treatments address both finding the answer to the root of the patient’s problem, and developing a preventative measure to avoid progression. She helps them to continuously improve their health and reduce their dependence on medication in a natural way.
Before her training in Acupuncture and Chinese medicine, Belinda graduated from Memorial Hermann Massage & Spa Therapy School in Houston, TX. She is a licensed massage therapist through the State of Texas, Colorado and Virginia Medical Boards. She has worked with a chiropractor & physical therapists for the past 8 years. Her approach to pain management includes the John F. Barnes Myofascial Release Approach®, and traditional Chinese medical therapy techniques.
Her specialties focus on:
Pain management; Digestive system disorders;
Mood disorder; Diabetes;
Women’s Issues; Fertility;
Weight Control; Cancer support;
Skin disorders; Allergic rhinitis;
As a Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT), Belinda has received advance training in CPMT (Certified Pediatric Massage Therapist) to provide massage to children with a variety of health care needs. The training includes a variety of massage techniques for working with children of various physical, developmental, emotional or mental challenges, like her Pediatric training with the Liddle Kidz™ Foundation.
Pediatrics is a specialty of TCM – and while there are many folk remedies available. Together with a healthy diet & lifestyle, Pediatric Tuina can also strengthen the immune system & support the physical & overall development of your baby or child.
Belinda has years of experience working with children as an health practitioner. Belinda takes special care to make sure both child and parent feels safe and comfortable during each session. Belinda also well trained in （needle-free） Acupressure or Tuina as an alternative to treating the sensitive child.
Pediatric massage (Tuina) is an ancient form of Chinese massage. It can be a highly effective modality for treating commonly encountered childhood diseases. It is gentle, safe & is easily accepted by young children.
Kids Get TCM For:
Digestive problems; Tummy aches; Diarrhea; Constipation;
Sleeping disorders; Ear infections; Mood swings; Seizures;
Tremors; ADD/ADHD; Musculoskeletal problems; Delayed growth; Skin Rash/ Eczema; Food allergies;
Upper respiratory / Asthma bronchitis; Sinusitis / Rhinitis;
Sensitivities growing pains; Bed-wetting; Hay fever/allergies
Daisy Dai, LMT
Licensed Massage Therapist
over 15 years of experience
being a professional massage therapist
and also a rehabilitation therapist. Daisy’s
training originated in China at her clinic there.
She went to Japan for continuing education to learn Japanese style acupressure.
graduation she became a Traditional Natural Therapist. She continued doing healing
therapy at the
local hospital in Japan. In 2008 she
went to Guam and worked in 3 different
Golfing Communities as a Therapist. In 2016 she came to the United States to
continue her study as a LMT.
Her specialties are :
- Pregnancy Massage
- Shiatsu Massage
- Swedish Massage
- Point Therapy
Mark Randall, DMM, N.D., D.PSc
(pastoral license) [[PASTING TABLES IS NOT SUPPORTED]]
Mark graduated in 1997 with a B.A. in Bible. He later became a 4th-degree black belt, owning/operating his own Taekwondo school as a part-time passion for five years. In 2007 through Zoe Institute for Health & Wellness (Houston), he became a certified wellness facilitator (natural health coach). Still holding a love for the martial arts, he currently practices the Israeli self-defense system of Krav Maga.
He is the father of five children, 3 boys, 2 girls. After giving up on their “doctor trail” (which did not result in health OR wellness), he and former wife began researching for solutions to their own personal health issues. While working in functional wellness, Mark completed a degree in natural health, graduating in February 2011 with the Doctorate of Naturopathy (N.D.) and again in October 2013 with the Pastor/Practitioner of Natural Medicine (PNM). He completed formal studies in natural health, receiving the Doctor of Monastic Medicine (DMM, a.k.a. DNM) at the Pan American University of Natural Medicine in June 2017.
As a holistic practitioner, Mark founded Simple Wellness LLC in 2009 and joined the Pastoral Medical Association in 2011, and is now licensed by the PMA as a Doctor of Pastoral Science & Medicine, D.PSc.
As the PMA has stated:
“We do not support monopoly in health care, or in other words, we do not support secular efforts to displace access to God’s health care system.”
Vocationally/Ministerially, Mark is a member of the Sacred Medical Order of the Church of Hope (S.M.O.C.H.), formally/historically known as S.M.O.K.H. (the Sovereign Medical Order of the Knights Hospitaller)—ordained in the health ministry of S.M.O.C.H.
Mark has helped people “electrically—through the functional methods of EEG (brainwave) biofeedback and microcurrent (cellular massage, frequency work). Now Mark helps people primarily through adjustment of Wellness Philosophy & Mindset, nutrition & whole food supplementation, supporting the body's natural function via FSM (Frequency Specific Microcurrent- for history/founding of FSM click on the ‘About FSM’ tab at FrequencySpecific.com), and by educating the client in naturopathy for self-care to optimize the body's innate God-given abilities. His life’s mission is to facilitate healing of a greatly unreached population that has not found balance in the current healthcare (“sick-care”) system.
This healthcare practice is based on a ministerial license issued by the Pastoral Medical Association (PMA). The title D.PSc relates to practitioner’s PMA license, and not to any state license authority. PMA licensees do not practice medicine. More specifically, they do not examine, diagnose or treat, or offer to treat or cure or attempt to cure, any mental or physical disease, disorder or illness, or any physical deformity or injury. Also, PMA licensees do not recommend or prescribe any medications or pharmaceutical drugs.
What is the difference between a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine and other healthcare practitioners who practice acupuncture, (dry needling, trigger point) and/or herbs?
We are specialists in treating pain and musculoskeletal problems. We also have additional training and experience in treating cancer-treatment-related side effects such as pain, fatigue, nausea and vomiting, dry mouth (Xerostomia) and tingling and burning in the fingers and toes (chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy, CIPN).
For more information on Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) research, please visit: The National Institutes of Health (NIH) and National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) website: