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Meet our Medical Director

Mary Babcock, D.O.

Board Certified, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Diplomate, American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine (CCOM)

Northwestern University

Specialties:

Regenerative Medicine, Integrative Medicine, Medical Acupuncture, Osteopathic Manipulation, Ehlers-Danlos syndrome,  Pelvic Pain, Women's Health, Aesthetic Medicine, Sports Injuries, Chronic Illness, Biomechanical instabilities, Postconcussion Syndrome, Chronic Pain Syndrome, Lyme-literate provider


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 specialized 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 and music injuries, complex injuries and pelvic pain.  She is equally accomplished in alternative treatment modalities including: prolotherapy, platelet rich plasma injections, stem cell injections, ozone therapy, osteopathic manual medicine, medical acupuncture, and cosmetic and medical Botox injections. 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. She has also overcome lyme disease and has helped educate patients in diagnosis and treatment. Dr. Babcock earned a neurobiology degree from Northwestern University prior to graduating from the Chicago College of Osteaopathic Medicine at Midwestern University. She completed her residency at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Dr. Babcock served in the Army for 17 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 Academy of Orthopedic Medicine, and the American Academy of Ozone Therapy. 


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

Specialties:

Pain Management, Ultrasound Guided Injections,  Pelvic Pain


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.

Erin Carr, FNP-BC


Board Certified: Family Practice 

South University Family Nurse Practitioner, MSN

Indiana University Kokomo, Bachelor of Nursing

Specialties:

Family Practice, Psychoanalytical Therapies, Reiki, Smoking Cessation Hypnosis, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Life Coaching, REBT Practitioner, and Advanced Certified Telemedicine/Telehealth Professional


Erin Started out as a trauma ER nurse with a dream of being able to help make a difference in someone's life. As an ER nurse, she learned the importance of treating patients holistically, and seeing firsthand that walking into each patient's room with a smile and providing the patient her undivided attention allowed the patients to have a trusting experience. As a provider, Erin moved to practice at a level 1 trauma center as a nocturnist and would help admit and maintain care of patients that were staying in the hospital. Erin's love for the ER continued as she took a position at an urgent care clinic, which helped her transition into running a clinic autonomously as a single provider. This clinic was run as an urgent care, occupational health, and family medicine clinic that saw anywhere from 20 - 30 patients a day. 


Erin's love for telemedicine/telehealth lead her to joining Artius, along with the care of using the holistic approach and helping patients maintain their health. Erin is a mom of two and married to her husband Kyle. When Erin is not working, she enjoys traveling with and spending time with her family, hiking, being outside, baking/cooking, and exploring new things. 

Maria Caridad B. Young, FNP-C


Board Certified, Family Practice 

Master of Science in Nursing (MSN),  Simmons University 

Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Chamberlain University 


Specialties:

Integrative Medicine and Family Practice 


Maria is a board-certified family nurse practitioner (FNP) in VA and MD. She earned her masters degree in Nursing (MSN) at Simmons University in Boston, MA. She started her passion in helping people and serving her community in 2014 as a cardiology RN in an acute care inpatient setting. After many years bedside, she decided to go back to school to pursue more education to have the opportunity to care for patients in a more advanced role. It was in her last semester of graduate school where she discovered the wonderful world of integrative medicine and the many possibilities it can transform healthcare. Integrative medicine opened her eyes to different modalities that can be utilized to help patients get well, be better balanced, and prevent diseases. She believes that the “cookie cutter” approach of conventional medicine does not always apply to everyone and that we have to look at the patient as a whole and dig deeper- below the surface and beyond their diagnosis and symptoms. She hopes to partner with her patients and encourage them to make healthier lifestyle choices so that they can be the best version of themselves. She hopes to build trusting relationships with her patients and empower them to take charge of their own journey to wellness.

She genuinely believes that we should all be living, evolving, and thriving, not just surviving. She is passionate about her patients’ wellness and strives for their optimum health - which gave her the drive to go back to school to learn more about Integrative and Functional medicine. She is a current student at School of Applied Functional Medicine and utilizes what she learns in her everyday practice.

Maria likes exercising, reading mystery and thriller books, watching crime shows and documentaries, crochet and knitting, spending time with her daughter, husband, and dog.


“It is much more important to know what sort of patient has a disease than what sort of disease a patient has”

-Sir William Osler

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