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The Wellness Center

870 S. Colorado Blvd , Denver- 80246
Colorado , United States  United States
+1-3033579355 Fax : 3033570261


Mon - Thr 9:00 AM-9:00 PM-, Fri - Sun 9:00 AM-8:00 PM

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The Wellness Center - Denver

The health Center, inside Whole Foods, provides massage and health solutions which will considerably replace the means you are feeling and empower you to definitely attain a new amount of health and fitness. We have been a locally owned and operated company which has helped raise the communitys vitality for over ten years. Whether you're looking to relieve pain, handle stress or relieve infection our expertly trained and experienced practitioners and staff helps show you to better health and wellness. Enabling you to live life. Completely.

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Drawing from traditional healing methods, principles and practices, naturopathic medicine focuses on holistic, proactive prevention and comprehensive diagnosis and treatment. Naturopathic Doctors (ND’s) emphasize whole patient wellness – taking into consideration the unique physical, mental, emotional and spiritual state of the patient. They also have a deep belief and reverence for the innate healing capability of the body and its ability to restore and maintain optimal health. ND’s teach their patients to use diet, exercise, lifestyle choices and cutting edge natural therapies to enhance this innate ability to ward off and combat disease.

Massage Therapy is an ancient healing that has many physical, mental and emotional therapeutic benefits. It encourages well-being and optimum functioning by improving circulation of blood and lymph, improving the mobility of joints, decreasing muscle tension and promoting relaxation. Massage can help the body remove toxins, deliver nutrients to tissues and cells more efficiently and recover from strains and trauma more quickly.

Nutritional Cleansing is a hot topic these days and for good reason. Our world is becoming more and more toxic each day. This results in our bodies reaching a critical point of toxicity that is dramatically affecting our health and well-being. So what do we do? Idealistically, we periodically detoxify the body, so it can rejuvenate, replenish and repair the damage done by impurities. This leaves your body stronger, more resistant to illness and able to perform at a higher level!


Chiropractic is based on the principle that there is an innate wisdom in the body, which promotes health and healing. Chiropractic’s founder and developer, BJ Palmer, describes it this way: “The master maker of the human body did not create you and then run off and leave you masterless. He stayed on the job as the fellow within, as nerve transmission, controlling every function of life.

The goal of the chiropractor is to correct misalignments in the body, so the inner intelligence can work better. This is done by examining the musculoskeletal system for improper function and alignment and then manipulating the spinal column to correct subluxations (vertebrae that are out of correct position). This is called a chiropractic adjustment, which brings the structure of the body back into alignment, thus, enabling proper neurological communications between your brain and the cells, tissues and organs of the body. This, in turn, can promote self-healing on a myriad of levels for numerous afflictions. There are over 120 different chiropractic techniques used for adjusting the body. The doctor selects one or more that fits the needs of each individual patient.

ND’s start their training with a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology and pre-med classes. They then attend Naturopathic Medical School, an intensive four-year Doctoral program with the first two years studying anatomy, physiology and pathology – similar to the classes in regular medical school. The latter half of the program focuses on pharmacology and minor surgery as well as alternative and natural healing modalities such as botanical medicine, manipulation, clinical nutrition, homeopathic medicine, Chinese medicine and nutritional supplements. The last year also requires students to log clinical hours in a medical office with licensed physicians overseeing their work. Finally, they must pass all board exams before receiving their license.

Acupuncture originated in China over 3,000 years ago and is presently used as a primary health care system throughout the world. It is a method of balancing and building the body’s life force energy known as Qi.Acupuncturists recognize particular pathways called “meridians” in which energy circulates. Traditional Chinese medicine views disease as the result of an imbalance or blockage in the body’s natural energy flow. Such imbalances manifest in physical, emotional and psychosomatic stress-related disorders.

Acupuncturists insert very thin, sterile, stainless steel needles into specific points along meridians in order to disperse the blockage and mobilize the body’s natural immune response. Needling is one of a number of energy balancing techniques used during Acupuncture treatments. Also included in traditional therapies are dietary counseling, various Oriental massage techniques (including TuiNa), herbal remedies and moxibustion (technique of stimulating acupuncture points with heat).

Traditional Chinese acupuncture recognizes that aches, pains and other discomforts are often only symptoms of a deeper, underlying health problem. Therefore, a comprehensive diagnosis is compiled, which takes into account the individual’s body, mind and spirit, rather than simply categorizing them into a one-sided symptom picture. The basis of acupuncture is to build the body’s immune system, so disease will not penetrate.The acupuncturist at The Wellness Center in Denver spends time with each client explaining how acupuncture can play an important role in achieving a higher sense of wellness.

Languages Spoken

  • English

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Treatments For:

  • Allergy
  • Arthritis
  • Bronchitis
  • Headache
  • Obesity
  • Psoriasis
  • Sciatica
  • Sinusitis

Consultation Type: Direct ConsultationAll patients have to come to the practitioner's location.

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