If you are sick, if it’s time for your annual physical or if you just don’t feel quite right but don’t know why, you go to an internist.
Seen as the first line of defense and the foundation for good health, internal medicine physicians are often considered the “doctor’s doctor.” Their range of training and knowledge help them stand apart in their ability to treat a broad array of conditions. This makes them indispensable to the Whole Care model and helps patients optimize their wellness today, and prevent illness in the future.
At Tru Whole Care, we advocate for starting with treatments that are the least invasive possible. Non-Surgical Orthopedics allows patients to access a number of treatment options for musculoskeletal or neuromuscular ailments and injuries before ever considering surgery.
Whether you’re suffering from a recent injury or a long-term condition, there are many techniques that can be used to treat disease, joint irritation, or bone, muscle, ligament, and nerve injuries, including medications, injections, therapeutic exercise, kinesio taping, cognitive therapy and adaptive devices.
You can’t take a whole body approach to patient care and ignore the body’s surface. As a general rule of thumb, if you’re thinking maybe you should see a dermatologist, you should see a dermatologist.
Dermatologists are trained to diagnose and treat disorders of the skin, both medical and cosmetic. Since our skin is the first thing people notice when they look at us, even the simplest cosmetic procedure can have a significant impact on how people see us and how we feel about ourselves. Sometimes patients come in for a cosmetic procedure and find out the problem is medical, or vice versa. Whatever your skin condition or esthetic goals, our dermatology team is here to help you achieve healthy, vibrant, lasting results.
At Tru Whole Care, we are dedicated to providing the highest standard of physical therapy. We emphasize patient education, and a one-on-one, hands-on approach. Our team assesses each patient and develops an individualized plan of treatment to increase strength, reduce pain, expand mobility, and prevent injury.
We work with each patient to prevent the loss of mobility by developing fitness programs that promote a healthier, more active lifestyle and achieve long-term health benefits.
Chiropractic treatments are some of the most commonly sought techniques when a patient is suffering from back or neck pain. The Tru Whole Care chiropractors also treat patients seeking relief for a broader variety of issues from headaches, to muscle and joint pain, to even poor posture and ergonomic-related pain.
Based on the principles of biomechanics and movement, we’ll help you become stronger and more centered by evaluating your alignment, and focusing on your core strength. Our goal is to bring your body into balance to alleviate pain, improve posture, and enhance performance.
Along with chiropractic care, physical therapy, and non-surgical orthopedics, medical massage can be an important component of rehabilitation. Unlike a typical spa-style massage which is often intended to prompt relaxation, a medical massage has a specific therapeutic goal, such as treating back, shoulder or neck pain.
The Tru Whole Care medical massage team can help restore your body’s normal tone, balance and range of movement – relieving pain, improving mobility, and reducing stress.
Practiced in China for over 2,500 years, acupuncture is a scientifically-backed approach which has been proven enormously effective in treating a range of conditions and symptoms. This is why acupuncture is one of the cornerstones of our Whole Care model.
Indicated for both physical and emotional concerns, acupuncture has been successfully used to ease pain, improve circulation, aid in weight loss, and even relieve stress and anxiety.
The way we manage stress, anxiety, or daily life struggles, greatly impacts our overall wellbeing. Feeling overwhelmed, tense, isolated, unfulfilled, or unhappy can lead to negative physical conditions like sleeplessness, back and neck pain, headaches, or digestive problems.
The goal of counseling and biofeedback is to help you develop healthier coping skills and bring awareness to the root of your symptoms. With a supportive and collaborative therapeutic relationship, we can work to create an individualized plan that encourages change through learning, healing and growth.