Dr. Kent Clark, Chiropractor
Dr. Clark is a board-certified chiropractor. As an avid proponent of living a wellness lifestyle, Dr. Clark teaches his patients the importance of whole-body wellness. His unique approach to health care recognizes that every patient requires different types of treatment tailored to their individual needs.
Dr. Clark first sought chiropractic care while he was a professional firefighter/EMT in his hometown of Roanoke, Virginia. His overall health improved significantly after just a few visits, and this experience changed his perception of health. Being a first responder to hundreds of calls for chronically ill patients, he realized the need for teaching people about living a wellness lifestyle and moved to Dallas, Texas to study chiropractic.
Dr. Clark graduated Summa Cum Laude from Parker University with his doctorate of chiropractic and bachelors of science in anatomy. He furthered his studies by taking additional courses in functional neurology and clinical nutrition, allowing him to provide a higher level of care to his patients.
Dr. Clark resides in Leesburg, Virginia, with his wife, Lainey, daughter, Lilla Katherine, and two crazy dogs, Missy and Coco. After spending some time practicing in Texas and Arizona, he and Lainey decided to move back home to Virginia. They took over Fink Family Wellness in 2015, after Drs. Richard and Leanne Fink retired. Dr. Clark enjoys spending time with his family, watching football (“Hail to the Redskins”), running, playing golf, fishing, hunting, and traveling.
Daniel Parrish, Acupuncturist
Daniel Parrish is a licenced acupuncturist and has been practicing Chinese medicine in Leesburg, Virginia, since 2000. He chose to pursue a career in healing modalities because of his lifelong fascination with the connection between mind and body. With a belief that the body is its own best healer, acupuncture has been his way to integrate philosophy and healing into action.
Daniel graduated in 1998 with a masters degree in acupuncture from Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH; then known as Traditional Acupuncture Institute). He decided to further his studies and in 2004 earned his certificate in Chinese herbology from MUIH. Daniel founded The Acupuncture Healing Arts Center in 2000 and was recognized as “Loudoun’s Favorite Acupuncturist” for 2016 by Loudoun Now readers.
Daniel also has a strong passion for teaching and joined the faculty of MUIH in 2004. He is part of the Chinese Herbal Program faculty and runs the university’s student clinic for the program. Daniel also serves as a student mentor during the students’ clinical practicum.
Daniel resides in Lovettsville, Virginia, with his wife, Kari, two daughters, Felice and Serena, two Shelties, Ginger and Finn, cat, Myrh, and a dozen chickens. With his family deeply rooted in music and the arts, he and his wife love attending concerts and supporting their daughters’ musical and artistic talents. When he is not treating or teaching, he enjoys performing with his daughters at Purcellville’s Main Street Theater Productions, spending time with his wife, playing soccer, or relaxing with a Netflix marathon.
Gianina Vega, Massage Therapist
Gianina is a licensed massage therapist who joined Loudoun Family Wellness in 2017. She utilizes an array of massage modalities, which include Swedish, stone (hot & cold) massage, deep tissue, sports, prenatal, and neuromuscular therapy.
Gianina graduated from the National Massage Therapy Institute, in 2014. During that time she volunteered at marathons and festivals where she earned over 100 extra hours of hands on massage therapy. She went on to further her training by becoming a medical massage practitioner.
Gianinia resides in Sterling, VA with her parents, younger sibling, and her adorable pit-boxer mix dog, Muyal. During her free time she enjoys relaxing at home watching movies especially documentaries.
Lainey Clark, Office Director
Lainey has spent over 10 years working in the health and wellness industry. Growing up as the daughter of a chiropractor, she has a true passion for helping people live happier, healthier lives. After moving from Arizona back to the beautiful east coast, Lainey decided to join her husband, Dr. Clark, and now works full-time for Loudoun Family Wellness. Lainey supports with administrative duties and is in charge of the office’s marketing and insurance operations.
Lainey completed her bachelors of science in business administration, with a concentration in marketing, from the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Her background in project management as well as distribution operations gives her the distinct advantage to strategically assess, direct, manage, and execute projects. She spent a few years working in the agricultural industry and saw first-hand the hard work that goes in to feeding the world. This experience will forever hold a special place in her heart.
Lainey resides in Leesburg, Virginia, with her husband, Dr. Clark, daughter, Lilla Katherine, and two crazy dogs, Missy and Coco. She loves being a new mommy and spending her weekends with her new family of three! She also enjoys, reading, watching football (Go Cowboys and DAWGS), practicing yoga, and is obsessed with Pinterest.
Michelle Marino, Office Coordinator
Michelle’s smiling face is the first one you will meet at Loudon Family Wellness! You will find her answering phones, scheduling visits, and handling pretty much everything else imaginable at the front desk. Her passion for helping others and her enthusiasm for health and wellness led her to Loudoun Family Wellness in 2015.
She first visited a chiropractor after suffering from sciatica at the age of 25. Frustrated with not receiving relief after numerous alternatives, she decided to visit a chiropractor on the advice of a friend, and walked out of her very first visit feeling 75% better!
Michelle graduated from Marymount University with a bachelors of arts degree in political science and worked in the Washington, D.C. area for over 20 years. She began her career on Capitol Hill working for a member of Congress, then joined the private sector as a federal lobbyist. In this capacity, she represented several non-profit entities, such as addiction/alcohol organizations, at-risk youth organizations, homeless shelters, cities, and counties. Realizing that she needed a more balanced work/family life, she decided it was time to hang her hat in D.C. to be closer to home.
Michelle lives in Berryville, Virginia with her big Italian family – husband, Lou, two children, Louie and Vinnie, and their rotten American bulldog, Duke. A strong believer that the mind, body, and spirit are centered through healthy activity and nutritional choices, she enjoys a variety of activities such as hiking, biking, swimming, working out, and family life.