Wellness Is Multidimensional

Wellness is about more than just physical health. Most models of wellness include at least six dimensions (and sometimes up to 9 or 12)


Nourishing a healthy body through exercise, nutrition, sleep, etc.


Engaging the world through learning, problem-solving, creativity, etc.


Searching for meaning and a higher purpose in human existence.


Being aware of, accepting, and expressing our feelings, and understanding the feelings of others.


Connecting and engaging with others and our communities in meaningful ways.


Fostering positive interrelationships between planetary health and human actions, choices, and well-being.

As an orthotherapist, I have treated over 5000 patients suffering from muscualar skeletal conditions and through my holisitic approach to Mind Body and Soul, I was able to reach great results to those whole really wished to heal. It is a combination on things that you need to do in order to gain health back. Treating the cause is the ultimate goal in holistic health not just the symptoms. Mindset and awareness are the framework of treating the problem.

Perception: When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. Your sickness or health problem is a signal that something is wrong. When you change the way you think about your illness it changes and you can get your health back

One way to understand wellness is to consider health as a continuum that extends from illness to a state of optimal wellbeing.* On one end, patients with poor health engage the medical paradigm to treat illnesses; they interact reactively and episodically with doctors and clinicians who provide care. On the opposite end, people focus proactively on prevention and maximizing their vitality. They adopt attitudes and lifestyles that prevent disease, improve health, and enhance their quality of life and sense of wellbeing. In other words, wellness is proactive, preventive and driven by self-responsibility. 

The growth of wellness is the extension of this consumer value and worldview. Wellness is different from healthcare. Our healthcare systems use a pathogenic and reactive approach, focused on causes, consequences, diagnosis and treatment of diseases and injuries. In contrast, wellness is a salutogenic and proactive approach, focused on prevention, healthy lifestyles and the pursuit of optimal wellbeing. Ultimately, a solid foundation for wellness helps us prevent and overcome disease, both at present and in the future.

I can consult you on the path to health, just get in touch with me