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In 2013 we took Vida’s unique model of true integrated team care and took it North to Everett, Washington. We are proud to be a part of this diverse and growing community and yet prouder to offer the same cutting edge integrated approach to patients from Everett, Mukilteo, Mill Creek, Lynnwood, Snohomish, Marysville and as far away as Mt. Vernon!
Turns out folks who build jets, skyscrapers, tunnels and houses get hurt more often than office workers, so, we have become leaders in L&I (work comp) care in the area. Our reviews speak for themselves. Once again, a good thing needs room so we moved into a spacious 5500 sq. ft. facility in December 2016 on Everett Mall Way in the same complex as the Molina Clinic and Heritage Bank.
¿Hablas español? Nosotros Tambien! We do. Multiple bilingual providers and staff make Vida Everett a welcome place for our Latino community.
VIDA EVERETT TEAM
Ryan Culp, DC
Brent Duncan, DC
Micah Neill, DC
Chris Soterakopoulos, DPT, FAFS
Michelle Gray, PTA
PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT
Chelsea Verzola, PTA
PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT
Hailey Sherwood, LMT
Brian Johnson, LMT
Shannon Larimore, LMT
Yoona Kim, EAMP, LAc
THE VIDA DIFFERENCE
We offer an integrated approach to your recovery and health, giving you access to a range of treatment techniques and specialists – ALL UNDER ONE ROOF.
At Vida, our ultimate goal is to guide you back to the path of an active, pain-free and healthy lifestyle. That’s why we use an integrated team approach that promotes faster recovery, allowing you to get back to doing what you love.
Our team approach gives you access to specialists with different expertise all under one roof. This gives you the ability to seek care and advice from different rehabilitation and sports medicine specialists without the hassle of driving to multiple offices and coordinating appointments.
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If you have been injured or undergone a surgery, you may need physical therapy to regain your range of motion, flexibility, and strength. You’ll want to prepare physically and mentally to get the most benefits out of the appointments. With the right program from Vida Integrated Health , you can recover faster and more fully than on your own.
If you experience back or neck pain, a chiropractor can help you treat the underlying cause. Chiropractic services emphasize the body’s ability to heal itself. Treatment typically involves manual therapy, often including spinal manipulation and target the musculoskeletal system. At Vida Integrated Health , we make sure each session is unique and customized to your goals. Here are four things to know before a chiropractic appointment:
Are you planning to see a chiropractor? Vida Integrated Health can help you leverage the benefits of regular chiropractic services. Lower back pain is a common reason to visit a chiropractor. Our services can improve various conditions, including chronic ailments. Here’s an overview of six primary benefits of visiting a chiropractor:
Chiropractors help with a variety of conditions. Vida Integrated Health examines each patient and gives them an individualized treatment plan or routine to improve their condition. Here are some of the things a chiropractor can help you with!
Are you suffering from back, neck, or shoulder pain? Visiting a professional chiropractor is the best decision if you have such conditions. Seattle has many chiropractors – doing the right research into your options will help you get the best expert for your needs.
Many people are looking for an alternative for pain relief other than taking medications or surgery. Chiropractors are the right professionals to tell you whether chiropractic care is appropriate for your condition. At Vida Integrated Health , we use treatments such as rehabilitation exercises, physical therapy modalities, joint manipulation, rehabilitation exercises, and manual therapy to address each patient’s unique condition. Here are signs that chiropractic care is right for you.
Sacroiliac (SI) joint dysfunction often occurs when the pelvis joints become too weak or stiff. Common symptoms of SI joint dysfunction are low back pain and a limited range of movement. If you experience such symptoms, physical therapy can help manage the pain. Physical therapists also help you restore a full range of motion through various techniques.
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