I am absolutely delighted with Whole Health. The front desk staff is friendly, attentive and professional. They actually look up from the computer and speak with you. They have the right people working at the front desk; people who make you feel welcome and important. Imagine the typical doctor's office reception desk: This is the polar opposite of that.
The facility is very clean and comfortable, not at all clinical feeling.
I have been on the receiving end of Autumn's incredible hands for a pre-chiropractic adjustment massage twice and both times I walked away--after just a few minutes--feeling like she'd excavated gigantic boulders of stress from my shoulders and neck. I didn't pay to see a masseuse, she just snatched me up while I was waiting for my appointment--twice--and went to work on me because ... well, I don't know why. But I've never had someone just want to take care of me for the sake of taking care on me (my mother doesn't count).
The highlight for me was Dr. Greg, the chiropractor, who actually took the time to listen to me describe my medical issues, as well as how they were impacting my mentally, emotionally, etc. He thoughtfully described the short- and long-term process I would undergo, answered every question I had, and also connected with me on a personal basis.
His adjustments have made a phenomenal impact on my physical well-being in a very short period of time, and even after a few sessions he is still talking about where we are, where we are headed, and answering all of my questions.
This is what medicine is supposed to be: compassionate professionals who love what they do and while doing so invest the energy into making personal connections with patients as well as making a positive difference in the lives of those whom they serve. And that last word, "serve", is important: Whole Health absolutely embodies the servant-leader philosophy.
I simply cannot overstate how impressed I am, nor can I recommend Autumn, Dr. Greg, and Whole Health enough.
Corey K. Lone Tree, CO
I was looking for a place to help out my bad back, knees, & neck. well I found this spa online, searching for places that had more than massage in case I needed adjusting or whatever. Well this place is nicely located & priced reasonably so i called them up. I booked an appointment with Kyle( or 'Kevin' I'm bad with names) I said I'm not use to men therapists but the receptionist told me he's nice & he seemed nice when we met so I gave it a go. I was impressed with his knowledge of bodywork & thought he was psychic because he knew EXACTLY where the big knots were & where they affected, along with what technique to ease my issues. He told me about ways to maintain/not wear out myself out too, which i thought showed he actually cares about me recovering. I most certainty will rebook with him(or find him if he's not there, mwah ha ha)
Felix B., Aurora, CO
For Anyone Who Doubts the Power of a Diet.
In the 2.5 years prior to meeting Paul Murray, our son became sick with a headache, achy muscles, fatigue and a sore throat. Through those 2.5 years those same symptoms kept reoccurring with shorter and shorter intervals of wellness. As the sickness incerased in frequency the list of symptoms grew as well as severity. The increasing symptoms and diagnoses during that time include:
Outdoor allergies, sinus infections, a bout with pneumonia that put him in the hospital, asthma, food allergies, stomach pain, stomach aches, a diagnosis of severe sinus disease (he had his enlarged adenoids and tonsils removed to help alleviate his sinus disease but was still sick), viruses, fibromyalgia, irritable bowel syndrome, acid reflux, tension headaches and a sleep disorder.
To anyone reading this my name is Kate and before I came to Kayla to receive acupuncture treatments I was a person suffering from a large mass on my shoulder that appeared very suddenly and would not heal. The mass made me self-conscious and scared and I was determined to have it treated.
I went to six different doctors and no one could tell me what caused my condition. The radiologist said it was not a fatty tumor (lipoma), and five other doctors could not agree as to what the mass even was. Not one of them would take a biopsy of the mass and over the next several weeks I became more and more fearful and confused as to why this was happening to my body.
My experience with whole health has been a good one. The massage therapist is good, Nicole. I like Dr Joong so far treatments on me are working. Its be good!!!!
Patti G. Littleton, CO