Wellness Within Clinic

Offering professional services to help maintain or gain back quality health.

The body has a marvelous capacity to heal itself.

Treating the body, mind, and spirit.

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David Scott balances the body in three ways. First, acupuncture and herbs to balance out energy. Secondly, he uses a Chinese form of massage called tui na to physically correct trauma. He has trained in both the rolling and the bone setting schools of tui na with a focus on posture. Thirdly, he treats with Qi Qong forms like Tai Chi to balance out all aspects of health.

David graduated from the Egoscue University as an Egoscue Affiliate. It literally takes minutes to assess the posture and produce a custom set of Egoscue exercises for correcting posture. Trauma creates compensations from the damage done to ligaments, muscles, and bones. In a few minutes a patient is able to have a customer set of exercises to improve their posture.

It is easier to recover by correcting the posture (ie compensations) as part of the healing process. Without doing any correction to our posture, we are simply strengthening our compensations as we attempt to heal from trauma.

Testing with Acugraph produces a quick view of the balance between the 12 meridians or channels of the body. This accurate graph lets the patient see their progress. The test only takes 2 minutes.

Testing with the Cambridge Brain Sciences software returns an evaluation of the 12 functional parts of the brain. Often, this is a good reflection of progress for the body and brain.

David uses other traditional forms of oriental medicine including Ear Acupuncture, Cupping, Gua Sha, and Qi Qong in his practice. He completed a Chinese Acupuncture and Herbal Masters of Science graduate degree from the Pacific College of Health and Science in San Diego, California and attends a Pacific Symposium of Oriental Medicine every year. He is a senior student of a martial artist, Mike Patterson, in Las Vegas.

Check out his personal website where he discusses movement within.