"It is my goal to blend my many varied skills in the practice of medicine to build relationships with my patients that foster education for the promotion of good health."
Dr. Madhu Henry received her Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs and Russian Studies at George Washington University. She went on to earn her medical degree at George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine at Howard University Hospital in Washington, D.C. During residency she received special training in HIV and Hepatitis B/C treatment. She completed her three years as a National Health Corp Scholar at Unity Health Care to serve the poor and uninsured, then transitioned to work in Vienna in an entrepreneurial venture. Dr. Henry has worked with communities that had limited access to medicine and participated in old-fashioned house calls, new age telemedicine, and launching a Well Woman Clinic to meet the needs of the community. She focused her continuing medical education with the American Board of Holistic and Integrative Medicine, earning special training in Herbal, Ayurvedic, and Physiatry Medicine. She also became a devoted practitioner of Bikram (Hot) Yoga. Dr. Henry has four children and two rescue dogs. She speaks Spanish, Tamil, Russian and English. She is a vegetarian and likes to practice meditation and yoga to maintain balanced mental and spiritual health.