Our mission is to set a standard of objectivity in nutritional and structural health care. We strive to help people reach their optimum health and wellness state, so that they in turn, can reach their fullest potential in life. With Functional medicine, we strive to detect and address the underlying cause of symptoms.
Owner Chris Richmond had one goal: simple holistic health care. That's why he engineered Awaken For Wellness to have a diversity of holistic health offerings under a single roof. In the comfort of a private room, clients can find relief from body tension with chiropractic treatments, massage, or retreat into a private infrared sauna to promote detoxification and blood flow. Awaken also offers nutrition counseling and wellness coaching to answer those difficult questions, such as "am I hungry" or "am I bored?" and "what if my moustache wants to train for a marathon?”
Awaken for Wellness also offers massage therapy services and sauna services. These other offerings and services are through independent businesses located inside Awaken for Wellness.
Dr. Troy Robinson believes that chiropractic treatments can help everyone, regardless of age or health problems. His satisfied patients often start bringing their spouses and children to the clinic, giving families something valuable to share besides watching the neighbors play hot potato. His associates share his dedication to keeping their patients healthy too, with their own complementary services. Kinesiologist Natalie Becklund uses holistic medicine to help her patients find an internal balance and licensed acupuncturist Cassie Trenhaile helps bring her patients' energy flows back to normal. If that's not enough, the team's massage therapists knead away stress with a range of spa and therapeutic massage styles.
For doctors of chiropractic Trent Iverson, Hugh Wegwerth, and Scott Halida, their stories began just as it does for their patients—with an injury or a desire to improve health. Dr. Iverson had a problem with sleepwalking when he was 5, and Dr. Wegwerth lost weight through natural wellness methods. For Dr. Halida, it was a shoulder and elbow injury at age 16. His family urged him to receive chiropractic care for the injury since chiropractors had previously helped his mother, his father, and all of their Halloween decorations. The treatment worked, inspiring Halida to become not just a believer but also a doctor of chiropractic himself.
At Bandana Chiropractic and Wellness Center, Drs. Iverson, Wegwerth, and Halida and their caring staff seek to reduce pain and alleviate problems throughout the body, such as headaches and asthma, via adroit spinal manipulations. The staff also provides lifestyle advice and nutrition planning to encourage healthy habits in all facets of life. In the summer of 2012, Dr. Halida earned a spot as an official team chiropractor for athletes competing in London, where he learned to perform spinal adjustments from the left side instead of the right.
Rather than treating individual symptoms, IHS's Doctor of Chiropractic Kevin Schneider seeks out the root source of persistent back, neck, and muscular pain. After mining spines for intel with thorough evaluations and x-rays, he applies precise and gentle adjustments to vertebral misalignments, whipping backbones into perfectly upright baluster dowels. The doctor designs a complete chiropractic-and-wellness program targeted to each client's needs, recommending corrective exercises to be performed at home and pointing patients to optimum health through the clinic's other services, including lifestyle and nutritional counseling, massage therapy, and acupuncture.
As a child, well before she became a certified massage therapist, Maggie Fritzke loved to give rudimentary rubdowns to her friends and family. Today, she has turned this natural inclination into a true art form, intuitively searching out areas of tension with the long, gliding strokes of Swedish massage. Her skill really shines during her deep-tissue massages, when embedded muscle knots relent under the firm pressure, rocking, and stretching of her hands and forearms. Fritzke can even come to clients' offices to perform chair massages while they're taking breaks or working on patenting new ways to sit in chairs.