Meet the Chief Innovator...
Total Renaissance Wellness, LLC is led by Dr. Lindiwe F. Greenwood, a seasoned Family Medicine professional. Our goal is to bring health and wellness solutions to the masses…outside of the exam room. Dr. Lindiwe F. Greenwood is a Board-Certified Family Medicine Physician with varied practice experience from teaching medical students and residents, to working on a Native American Reservation to owning her own practice in Columbia, Md. She most recently served as a staff physician for Johns Hopkins Community Physicians. She has had the fortunate opportunity to be involved with health care all over the country. Dr. Greenwood earned her undergraduate degree at the University of Virginia, where she was selected as an Echols Scholar (top 7% of the entering class). Dr. Greenwood then went on to earn her medical degree at the University of Maryland in Baltimore. She completed her Family Medicine Residency at East Carolina University. Dr. Greenwood is a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Medicine, an honor bestowed on a select group of its members. Dr. Greenwood has a special interest in women’s health, adolescent medicine, preventive medicine, food allergies, integrative medicine, and Mind Body Medicine.
Dr. Greenwood is certified in Mind Body Medicine from the Center for Mind Body Medicine, in Washington, DC, where she recently joined the faculty. She has studied advanced coursework in Food as Medicine. Dr. Greenwood enjoys sharing her insights, expertise, and experience through public and motivational speaking and writing. After practicing traditional medicine for many years, Dr. Greenwood decided to combat Dis-Ease from a more preventive approach. She uses her work to tackle Physician Burden/Burn Out, health disparities, and help bridge the gap between the health care system and the patients that utilize it. She is the author of “The Insider’s Guide to Good Medical Care.” She currently aims to “Inspire, Educate, and Transform,” helping people, patients and their families to live their best lives, practice self-care, stay informed, and to navigate the healthcare system and its challenges.