Our Team

We are a family-owned and operated business located in the heart of Forest Acres. We look forward to helping guide you through your personal wellness journey and having you become a part of our Well Care family!
  1. Misty Clare-Sumerell
    Misty is an intuitive and spiritual advisor, a minister with Universal Life Church, Reiki practitioner, and FAWC owner. Her artwork is featured in the front room of the Well Care center. She practices the philosophy of mind-body-beauty, is a huge advocate of self-care, and is ready to walk alongside you in your own spiritual journey.
  2. Clare Ellinger
    Clare has a Bachelor's degree in Public Health from the University of South Carolina. She obtained her personal training certification from the National Academy of Sports Medicine. She is a certified yoga instructor and currently working on her 200 hour yoga certification. She is completing her training to become a certified integrative health coach from Duke. Clare is also a DoTerra wellness advocate. She will be leading our yoga classes and helping our clients create personalized health plans and setting wellness goals.
  3. Violette Clare
    Violette is in charge of Forest Acres Well Care day-to-day business activities and scheduling. She is pursuing her master's degree as a Mental Health Counselor and looks forward to adding her counseling services in the near future! Currently, she can be found around the office scheduling various classes, working in the salt room, or assisting with client questions. Curious about our services? Give her a call or come in to speak with her personally.
Matt Pappicco, D.C.
Dr. Matt has a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from James Madison University. Soon after graduation, he started Advantage Training Inc. a personal training and wellness practice. He learned a lot about people and health during that time which led him to attend Life Univerisity’s Chiropractic program. Chiropractic is both holistic and vitalistic. The art, science, philosophy of chiropractic is the belief that the body works best when the nervous system is free of damaging interferences, which causes malfunction, symptoms and disease and a reduced quality of life.