Everyone has a different idea of how they want their health to look. Whether that is learning to eat healthier, lose weight, have a certain physique, live pain-free, build cardiovascular endurance, have strong lungs, think clearly, feel happiness, ultimately, it is all about enhancing who you are. It starts with making goals and committing to them. That is the tricky part. It is easier to write a goal down than to actually complete it! Sometimes we need that extra push to help us get to the starting line. Sometimes, even prioritizing goals can feel overwhelming and hard to know where to start.
Speaking from experience, I know it is a struggle to accomplish health goals. At times, I felt I was so far away from the path that I felt hopeless. I was upset with myself for drifting so far. But after many struggles, and many road blocks I crossed the (first) finish line. I won’t lie, it wasn’t easy, but it is so fulfilling to succeed in attaining your desired goal. I wanted to help others feel this same feeling of accomplishment. I also wanted them to have the guidance and support that I lacked on my journey. So I created this program for those who want to enhance their wellness, but feel stagnant. We want to make the journey a positive learning process and not just a race to the destination.
When you schedule a Wellness visit we will do a comprehensive history of health which includes brain health and function, mental health, nutrition and fitness goals if any. These visits are tailored to each individual. There is no cookie cutting here. Some examples of health visits are:
- Weight loss
- Pain Reduction
- Core stability and strength
- Overall wellness
- Chronic pain
- Attention problems
- Memory issues
- Sleep issues
Because we look at the big picture we require all initial paperwork, previous labs, medical records and imaging (if any) to be submitted prior to the appointment. This gives us time to thoroughly investigate and review your history as well as come up with a tentative hypothesis/plan. Further testing will be done during your initial visit. Please feel free to email the office if you have questions.
NOTE: Paperwork must be received two days prior to your appointment. It is important we have time to collaborate and make a plan. We sometimes spend a few hours reviewing cases before a patient comes in. If the paperwork is not received, your appointment will likely be rescheduled.