Frequently Asked Questions

To help prospective clients learn more about Wellness Movement Center pain relief solutions, we’ve done our best to answer our more frequently asked questions here. If you still have additional questions, please contact us

How does your approach differ from others I’ve tried?2017-09-21T14:58:54+00:00

Many of our clients seeking our help have been searching for years. Accordingly, we are frequently asked how we intend to approach things differently.

The most immediate difference our clients experience is that we conduct a Wellness Movement Assessment. Based on working with a diverse group of medical and health professionals, we developed a set of holistic health and fitness assessments that go beyond the physical symptoms. Wellness Movement Center believes that it is essential to understand and address emotional, nutritional and biochemical components. These comprehensive assessments enable us to pinpoint the source of limitation and or pain.

What is a C.H.E.K. Practitioner?2017-11-09T17:22:32+00:00

Trained by the internationally recognized C.H.E.K. Institute, a C.H.E.K. Practitioner is an extensively trained health and fitness professional with a unique and holistic perspective on the body.
C.H.E.K Practitioners are specialists in Corrective Exercise and High-performance Kinesiology. They are trained in assessment techniques and individualized application of exercise and exercise programs
C.H.E.K qualifications take fitness professionals to a higher level of understanding of the functions and dysfunctions of the human body through assessment of factors including lifestyle, posture and movement.
There is no such thing as a typical professional trained through the C.H.E.K Institute!  From fitness instructors, to medical doctors, to alternative health care providers, people who have attended one or more of the C.H.E.K Institute’s Advanced Training Programs work in a variety of environments, with many different types of clients. A CHEK Practitioner draws inspiration from several fields of health and fitness such as orthopedics, corrective exercise, massage therapy, chiropractic’s, alternative therapies, and strength training.

What is the difference between a Physical Therapist and a Wellness Movement Specialist?2016-06-01T23:45:35+00:00

The best way to explain the difference between a physical therapist and a wellness movement specialist is that a physical therapist focus on the specific condition, while a wellness movement specialist spends a significant amount of time looking at the root causes of the condition.

What forms of payment does the Wellness Movement Center take?2017-09-21T14:59:39+00:00

We accept checks, and credits cards. (Visa, Master Card, Discover and American Express)

What’s your strategy for preventing injuries?2016-04-18T19:34:57+00:00

With our branded comprehensive consultation and wellness movement assessment we will rate and rank all aspects of your wellness and movement prior to creating a tailored exercise plan. Using an evidence-base approach to assessments and movement screening, Brian will be able to see the restriction before the injury happens.