Meet our Medical Director

Mary Babcock, D.O.

Board Certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Midwestern University - Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine (CCOM)

Northwestern University

Dr. Babcock entered private practice after notable turns as an attending physician at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and teaching faculty at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, MD. A veteran of physical medicine and rehabilitation, Dr. Babcock specializes in treating traumatic muscular and neuromuscular injuries and other chronic pain conditions including: Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, arthritis, back, neck and pelvic pain, degenerated or herniated discs, fibromyalgia, headaches, neuromuscular disease, neuropathic pain, plantar fasciitis, sports & music injuries. She is equally accomplished in alternative treatment modalities including: prolotherapy, ozone therapy, osteopathic manual medicine, medical acupuncture, and Botox injections for pain.

Dr. Babcock’s award-winning research on the treatment of chronic pain conditions with Botox has earned her national recognition. She has lectured at the National Institutes of Health, Virginia Commonwealth University and other educational venues. She has been published in the American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and has presented her findings at several national conferences.

Holistic in her approach, Dr. Babcock believes listening to the patient is paramount to developing an effective treatment plan that restores an individual’s health and quality of life as quickly as possible. Dr. Babcock earned a neurobiology degree from Northwestern University prior to graduating from the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine at Midwestern University. She completed her residency at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Dr. Babcock served in the Army for 10 years, starting off as a Private and rising to the rank of Major. Board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, she maintains active memberships in the American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Association of Academic Physiatrists, American Medical Association, and the Medical Society of Virginia.

Believing wellness springs from a balanced life, Dr. Babcock enjoys hiking, painting, playing the ukulele & violin, and spending time with her family and pets. Her years in the military and caring for her mother with chronic pain has enriched Dr. Babcock with unique perspectives in functional medicine, diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions and biomechanical instability. 

Austin Churchill, MD

Board Certified - PM&R and Pain Management 

Diplomate - American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Diplomate - American Board of Pain Medicine

Weil Cornell Medical College

Cornell University


Pain Management, Ultrasound Guided Injections, Women's Health

Austin Churchill, MD, of Artius Integrative Medicine in Great Falls, Virginia, takes a holistic approach to dealing with injury and pain, looking carefully into how each patient's unique history plays a role in their health. She is an expert diagnostician of musculoskeletal and pain disorders. She utilizes a combination of modalities in the treatment of pain and is an expert in ultrasound-guided procedures including nerve blocks, Botox injections, and joint injections as well as medication management in severe cases. Dr. Churchill enjoys helping patients manage complex injuries and disorders using a multimodal holistic approach. Dr. Churchill has a special interest in women's health and pelvic pain, headache, and hypermobility disorders.

Dr. Churchill is a dedicated mother of two girls and enjoys playing the guitar and doing crafts in her free time.

Cindy Atkins, PA

Nationally Certified Physician Assistant

M.A. Physician Assistant Studies, University of Nebraska

University of Nebraska

U.S. Military Academy

Specialtiy: Women's Health

Cindy Atkins has been a certified physician assistant since 2012. She joined the practice in February, 2019. She graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1995 where she was commissioned into the Army as a second lieutenant. She served over 20 years on active duty, completing assignments across the United States and overseas. She received her Masters of Physician Assistant Studies from University of Nebraska. She is also a graduate of the Army Trauma course, Tactical Combat Casualty Care, Airborne School, Air Assault school, and other military schools.

Cindy has always had special interest in Women’s Health of all ages. She likes to give back to the community by teaching CPR and First Aid Classes with Fairfax County schools and volunteering at Food For Others. Her interests include cooking, baking, exercising, and spending time with her family. She is married and has 2 daughters and a dog.