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.
Our approach is to alleviate our patients to attain better physical and mental health outcomes, so that instead of just surviving, they are thriving.