Meet Dr. Eileen Hamsa Henry


As the medical profession at-large embraces alternative medicine, Dr. Eileen Hamsa Henry of Brentwood Center for Wellness offers functional and energy medicine protocols that utilize everything from longstanding evidence-based practices such as Acupuncture, Clinical Nutrition, Electronic Muscle Stimulation, Brain Mapping and Neurofeedback, Meridian Stress Assessment to a wide array of emerging modalities.

Having studied both traditional and complementary energy medicine, Dr. Henry is attuned to the power of energy to heal the body as well as the mind.

New Orleans-born and Los Angeles-based, Dr. Henry is an empathetic and thorough provider who strives to identify the triggers that underlie chronic illness, pain, inflammation and premature aging - be they genetic, nutritional, hormonal, environmental or emotional.

Having studied and practiced for over 35 years, Dr. Henry has the tools to identify and treat triggering imbalances using natural and nontoxic methods.

Dr. Henry is well-versed in conventional Western medicine diagnostics and incorporates those practices in her approach and application of naturopathic medicine. With a Doctorate (Ph.D.) in Homeopathy from Curentur University, a master’s degree in Oriental Medicine from Emperor’s College and an undergraduate degree in Psychology and Organizational Studies from Pitzer College, Dr. Henry is constantly educating herself to improve her practice and help her patients.

A highly respected integrative medicine provider and leading authority of complementary medicine who has placed holistic healthcare at the center of her life’s work, she is known for her cutting-edge approach and commitment to her patients.

Dr. Henry has created a unique practice that combines complementary and alternative medicine with modern approaches to transform the state of health and vitality of each of her patients. She is a licensed acupuncturist, herbalist, homeopath and certified gluten coach. She is a Diplomate of the National Board of Acupuncture Orthopedics.

Dr. Henry has lectured throughout Southern California on various subjects within holistic healthcare. She has also been a featured lecturer at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) Neuropsychiatric Institute, UCLA Department of African-American Studies, University of Southern California (USC) school of Nursing and Antioch University.

In addition, Dr. Henry has served as the Executive Director of the Institute of Psycho-Structural Balancing, a nationally renowned school of holistic body therapy since 1981. She is a former executive board member and examiner of the National Board of Acupuncture Orthopedics and a paneled physician at UCLA’s Department of Occupational Health.

All are welcomed to Dr. Henry’s practice to begin collaboration on their own healing journey. She maintains a private practice in the beautiful Southern California city of Brentwood

To treat a wide range of ailments and conditions, she harnesses the power of functional and energy medicine to offer customized, targeted modalities including, but not limited to: 

  • Acupuncture
  • Far Infrared Ray Therapy
  • Near Laser Lipolysis (NLAL) 
  • Photomodulation (Laser Skin Tightening)
  • Light Therapy
  • Electronic Muscle Stimulation
  • Meridian Stress Assessment
  • Microcurrent Facial Rejuvenation
  • Frequency-Specific Microcurrent
  • Thought-Field Therapy
  • Brain Mapping and Neurofeedback
What I have found, particularly in Los Angeles, is that the medical community ‘gets it’. Doctors here understand that there is more to treatment than taking a pill to address a symptom.
— Dr. Henry
What you get is more than a ‘quick-fix’ to a single health issue. It’s a true partnership that empowers you to take control of your health and address the underlying causes of diseases.
— Dr. Eileen Hamsa Henry




The integrative and functional medicine approach to health incorporates genetics, biology, environmental science and modifiable lifestyle factors to address the cause and progression of disease. The results are patient-focused, specialized treatments that go far beyond the symptoms to address a patient's systemic health issues.

What results is more than a quick fix to a single health issue. It's a partnership that empowers you to take control of your health and address the underlying causes of disease.  


Western Medicine treats symptoms. Functional Medicine identifies solutions by addressing underlying causes of disease and illness.



As the medical profession moves toward functional medicine as an integral part of the healing process, doctors are seeking complementary and alternative medical partners who can both understand the science behind traditional therapies and identify and address the underlying causes of disease.