We’re exercising our bodies every waking minute of our lives. Consequently, how we move, eat, think – and even sleep – have a large impact on our health. As we put wear and tear on our bodies, small habits and compensations can begin to have an exponential impact on other systems, leading to discomfort, chronic pain and other symptoms. By taking a holistic approach to the body as a perpetually adapting machine, the kinesiology and movement specialists at Comprehensive Wellness work closely with our patients to identify the root causes and drivers of your issues and develop an integrated, movement-based approach to build a strong core foundation, improve resilience, and work toward your health and fitness goals.
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Comprehensive Wellness treats all types of musculoskeletal injuries and pain in the musculoskeletal system, including the joints, ligaments, muscles, nerves, and tendons to name a few. We specialize in the treatment of various bone and joint musculoskeletal disease.
Massage therapy is used to address varying degrees of anatomic health. Whether someone is in pain or preparing for a sporting event, Comprehensive Wellness works to address the needs of the individual. Massage therapy can be beneficial to speed up healing and improve strength.
At Comprehensive Wellness, we believe in evaluating and treating patients as a whole body to relieve pain, to restore function and with the goal to return to activity.
Acupuncture uses thin needles to release energy blockages in the body and ensure a healthy, uninterrupted flow of energy. Our team has treated patients ranging from 1 month to 102 years of age for a wide array of conditions, including pain, fertility, digestion, insomnia, stress, anxiety and cancer support.
McGill Method Treatment
The McGill Method was developed at the University of Waterloo in Toronto, Canada, by professor Stuart McGill, a world-renowned spine researcher, lecturer and author. He pioneered a comprehensive method to help patients recover from chronic low back pain and avoid further low back injury and symptoms. Comprehensive Wellness’s Dr. Kai Tiltmann has completed the rigorous certification program and is a McGill Method Master Clinician. If you have chronic low back pain that has been unresponsive to at least three other types of medical treatments, you may benefit from this unique approach to low back pain.