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Company History

In 1995, Dr. Scott Wilson, a sole chiropractic practitioner, observed that not only did clients come to him with a variety of injuries and conditions; they also had different needs and did not respond in the same way to treatment, or share the same health goals. It was clear to Dr. Wilson; clients needed access to more resources and an environment where they would succeed in achieving their wellness goals.

To that end, Dr. Wilson created Physiomed to offer clients access to a variety of onsite services: physiotherapy, chiropractic, massage therapy, clinical conditioning, rehabilitation, orthotic therapy, and compression therapy.

Far more than just a chiropractic or physiotherapy clinic with limited services, Physiomed is based on the foundation of “clinical conditioning,” a system that enhances performance by fixing existing conditions, identifying potential problems, and making appropriate changes to wellness regime and lifestyle. Physiomed clinics offer the ultimate environment for clients to succeed. When we integrate passive treatment and diet components into a patient’s wellness program, we are able to achieve more and have lasting effects.

Our Content

Want to learn more about the various factors affecting your health, including tips for making specific improvements? Check out the following samples from our blog or visits our archives for information on topics of particular relevance to you:

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