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You’re serious about feeling well and living your life to the fullest. 

So are we.  Why? 

Because your health is our business.

Here at Wellness Images, we’re light-hearted people with a serious vision.  We see a great community filled with healthy, powerful people working together to create the world of our dreams.   

The way we see it, our part is doing our best to support you in having all the energy you need to do your part — whether that’s raising kids or crops; fixing cars or plumbing; or keeping us inspired with great ideas.

We know you can do it. 

Especially when you feel your best.  And we’ve got just the tools you need to stay that way.  That’s why we’d like to be part of your health care team.


Click the link to see how Neuromuscular Therapy (a form of structural bodywork) can be valuable tool to increase balance and equilibrium in the body and relieve musculoskeletal symptoms like these:

  • Back pain

  • Neck pain

  • Headaches including migraines

  • Shoulder pain

  • Hip pain

  • Musculoskeletal symptoms of fibromyalgia syndrome

  • Excessive wear and tear of the joints (loss of joint space at the hips or shoulders; degeneration of the inter-vertebral discs)

  • Nerve compression syndromes (sciatica; brachial plexus compression which can mimic or exacerbate carpal tunnel syndrome; numbness and tingling in the arms and legs from bulging inter-vertebral discs)

  • Exacerbation of postural distortion patterns (head-forward posture; tilted shoulders or hips; problems with the normal spinal curve such as kyphosis, excessive lordosis, insufficient spinal curve, scoliosis)

  • Joint compression that may precede the formation of osteoarthritis

  • Fatigue or loss of energy due to the physiological demands of too much muscular tension

  • Dizziness and vertigo

  • Symptoms of Temporomandibular Joint Syndrome

  • And much more...


 

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