About Us

Our doctors and staff are here for you to help address illness on a deeper level. Our office will feel like a home to you, our goal is to make sure every patient feels comfortable and respected.

Our providers have undergone further training in Anthroposophic Medicine, a 100 year old system of integrative medicine practised in over 60 countries, in both hospital and outpatient clinical settings. It appreciates the entire human being in making a diagnosis and therapy. The body, soul and spirit of the patient are acknowledged as well as their unique life story. To us, the mission of Anthroposophic medicine is to “Humanize Medicine”.

Our Services

Primary Care Services

We offer the fundamentals of health and wellness including child health screening, school and sports physicals, routine physicals, well woman visits with breast and gynecologic…

Gut microbiome

The complex intestinal microbiome impacts our physical and emotional health and can be modified with diet and natural supplements. Our experienced staff offer specific testing…

Integrative Anthroposophic Medicine

Integrative medicine uses both conventional therapy as well as complementary therapies in your care. We use pharmaceuticals where needed but also safely use herbal and…

Herbal compresses and foot baths

We offer many externally applied treatments to support and soothe the body. Rosemary energizes and warms and finds a place in diabetic care. Lavender soothes…

Therapeutic Eurythmy

Eurythmy Therapy is a renewed form of movement therapy designed to harness the innate healing powers of the human being to overcome illness and restore…

Nutritional infusions

It is well known that many vitamins and amino acids are critical to the healthy functioning of our vital processes. Many people find that in…

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Our Team

Mark Hancock MD MPH


Mark Hancock, MD, MPH founded Humanizing Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia, together with his wife Enid, in 2015. The clinic is strongly rooted in the couple’s belief that everyone should have quality integrative healthcare options. Dr. Hancock has worked with Anthroposophic Medicine, which originally introduced mistletoe as a cancer care therapy over one hundred years ago, for his entire professional career. Dr Hancock graduated summa cum laude from Saint George’s Medical School in 2008 and was elected Chief Resident during his training at University of New Mexico Hospital. He was introduced to the advanced use of mistletoe by Dr. Maurice Orange, greatly impacting his life course. Dr. Hancock’s journey through life has been full and varied and has taken him through art, philosophy, science, and even some farm work, before ultimately landing in medicine.

Tulsi Jetha NP

Nurse Practitioner

Tulsi is a graduate of Mercer University, Atlanta, Georgia, where she earned her Master of Science in Nursing degree with a specialization in Family Nurse Practitioner. Tulsi has a diverse range of interests. She is an avid kickboxer, finding joy and fulfillment in the physical and mental challenges of the sport. Tulsi also has a passion for cooking, constantly experimenting with new recipes and flavors to create delicious and nutritious meals. In her free time, she loves to travel and explore different cultures. Recently, she has traveled to Cabo, Cozumel, and India. Tulsi shares her home with a beloved feline friend named Whiskey. Her passion for holistic and homeopathic medicine stems from her belief in treating patients as whole individuals, rather than just focusing on their symptoms. She firmly believes that the mind, body, and spirit are interconnected, and that addressing all aspects of a person's health is essential for optimal well-being. In her role at the clinic, she works closely with patients to understand their health concerns and develop personalized treatment plans that incorporate both conventional medicine and holistic remedies. She believes in a collaborative approach, where patients are actively involved in their own healing journey that align with their values and preferences. Tulsi is committed to her continued education and staying up-to-date with the latest advancements in holistic and homeopathic medicine. She believes that lifelong learning is crucial for providing the best possible care to her patients.

Enid Hancock

Clinic Director

Enid provides a number of healing services, including footbaths, compresses, external applications, and einreibung ( a type of very gentle massage with healing oils). She has extensive education in the medicinal properties of plants, and uses a variety of natural ingredients to aid the healing process, based on each patient’s individual needs. Enid’s passion for healing has always been evident – at age 6 she was already applying poultices and compresses for her siblings and friends. After studying at the Goetheanum, the world headquarters of the anthroposophical movement, and touring anthroposophic hospitals and pharmacies in Switzerland, she knew she wanted to be a part of a medical practice that combines modern and alternative treatments to best help each patient on their journey to healing. In addition to her work at Humanizing Medicine, Enid is a trained Waldorf teacher and mother to 6 lively girls.

Cheney Davis ND NP

Naturopathic Doctor, Nurse Practitioner

Dr. Cheney has a deep interest in holistic medicine. She specializes in gut microbiome and optimal hormone health. She has trained in using mistletoe and works closely with Dr Hancock.

Michaela Bracone

Assistant Clinic Director

Michaela has a tender heart and a knack for accomplishing things in the world. She keeps everything running smoothly for all our patients and staff.

Corinne Horan

Therapeutic Eurythmist

Therapeutic eurythmy works on the principle that every consonant and vowel has a corresponding gesture, and that these are linked with specific areas or organs of the human body. By doing specific movement sequences one can have a specific effects on health.

Andrew Nelms


Andrew comes to Humanizing Medicine after 13 years spent working in high volume EMS systems. After obtaining his Paramedic license in 2014, Andrew went on to serve in that role at two of the busiest EMS systems in Georgia. He brings with him a wealth of knowledge related to Emergency Medicine, as well as experience in Infectious Disease and Psychiatry practice. Andrew chose to join the staff at Humanizing Medicine because of the focus on treating the whole patient, as well as the emphasis on natural and holistic medicine backed by extensive peer reviewed research. In his spare time Andrew enjoys foraging for mushrooms and medicinal/ edible plants, as well as spending time with his wife and two children.

Jesse Hines

Therapeutic Art Facilitator

Jesse Hines facilitates art therapy sessions and provides compassionate support as a patient coordinator at Humanizing Medicine. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in art therapy with an emphasis in counseling, in addition to studying anthroposophical artistic therapy through a postgraduate therapeutic visual arts program. She lives in Avondale Estates with her husband and teenage daughter. In her free time, Jesse enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, and creating art.

Soraya Hill

Medical Assistant

Soraya attended Kennesaw State University, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in biology with a concentration in pre-medicine. She has aspirations to attend medical school to become a Pediatric Oncologist. She is excited to be a part of the team at Humanizing Medicine, as she gains more insight into the realm of oncology while learning more about anthroposophic medicine as a whole.

Matthew Reny

Medical Assistant

A Georgia native, Matthew recently graduated from the University of Georgia with a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry. He aspires to help people in a more intimate setting, hence his decision to apply to PA schools next year. Being a medical assistant at Humanizing Medicine has introduced him to the integrative anthroposophic approach to medicine, providing a fresh perspective to the otherwise symptom-focused approach of conventional medicine. He loves to cook, workout, play saxophone and travel to snowboard with friends and family.

Jacqueline Hancock

Medical Assistant

Jacqueline is compassionate and gentle and is always bustling around the clinic, getting everything done. Ask her about England while she is taking your vitals.

Articles from the Clinic

In Defense of European Integrative Hospitals

Mark Hancock MD, MPH, January 10, 2021 The publication in The Guardian by Philip Oltermann today of the article attacking the integrative treatment of hospitalized…

Human Qualities in Biochemistry

Starting Point for a Humanized Medical Science Staying faithful to the phenomena that present themselves to us when we study medical science is the key…

Basic Concepts in Plant and Animal

Growing and Dying- How to Make a Form Plant and animal processes- also described as life and soul or etheric and astral, are essentially different.…


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