Who We Are
Dr. Sakiliba Mines M.D.
Dr. Sakiliba M. Mines, MD is an Integrative Family Physician. She has been a pioneer in Integrative Medicine, practicing for over 40 years. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry/Nutrition at Spellman College in Atlanta, Georgia, and her Medical Doctorate from Hahnemann Medical College in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She completed her specialty as a Family Physician at Howard University Hospital and most recently, has attained her Doctorate of Integrative Medicine from Capital University of Integrative Medicine in Washington, D.C. She is a member and instructor with the International Association of Colon Hydrotherapist, and a member of the American Holistic Medical Association.
Dr. Mines is the founder of "The Institute of Multidimensional Medicine PLLC" She has gathered a team of professionals to address the mind, body, spirit and energetics through integrative and comprehensive care. At the heart of her methodology are diagnostic testing, thorough patient communication, detoxification, and an individualized program. She is a researcher who presents the newest information to her patients and at seminars and lectures to educate the community.
Dr. Courtney Robers N.D.
Received her bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina and then went on to naturopathic medical school at Bastyr University. Here she gained an intense interest in natural and adjunctive approaches to cancer, infectious diseases, and environmental medicine, witnessing the lack of options in the conventional treatment of these categories.
Courtney is also focused on primary care, as chronic disorders such as hypertension, diabetes, and endocrine disorders can stem as the consequences of hidden environmental triggers. In dealing with these conditions, she strives to listen deeply to her patients' issues and take into account the impact that these disorders have on one’s mental health.
Ahmad Mines FNP-C
Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner
Managing Member | CEO
Ahmad Mines grew up in the Washington Metropolitan area where he attended Howard University and obtained his bachelors in business administration majoring in international business and insurance with a concentration in French studies. Post graduation Ahmad worked as the healthcare administrator alongside Dr. Mines at "The Institute of Multidimensional Medicine PLLC". Ahmad subsequently studied nursing at Montgomery College and began working as a Registered Nurse. Ahmad spent 5 years serving the community as an emergency room nurse at Holy Cross Hospital in Silver Spring where he learned critical skills in treating acute patients from pediatrics to geriatrics. During his time as an ER nurse he pursued his graduate degree in family nursing practice at Walden University where he obtained his advanced practice degree with licensure in the tristate area. Ahmad has experience in family, vascular, urgent, and emergency medicines.