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Vida Integrated Health

SEATTLE

VIDA SEATTLE TEAM

Kris Sasaki, DC, CCSP

CHIROPRACTOR

Jeff Dueck, DC

CHIROPRACTOR

Dani Walsh

Dani Walsh, DC

CHIROPRACTOR

Lauren Crews

Lauren Crews, DC

CHIROPRACTOR

Elaina Neal

Elaina Neal, DPT

PHYSICAL THERAPIST

Steven Vue DPT

Steven Vue, DPT

PHYSICAL THERAPIST

Emma Baron

Emma Baron, PTA

PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT

Emma Baron

Palmer Sather, PTA

PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT

Joshua Jangula, LAc, EAMP

 ACUPUNCTURIST

Nikita Braddy

Nikita Braddy, LAc, EAMP

 ACUPUNCTURIST

Coming Soon

Adrian Conrad, LMT

MASSAGE THERAPIST

Coming Soon

Nicholas Sanz-Gould, LMT

MASSAGE THERAPIST

Majinn O'Neal

Majinn O'Neal, LMT

MASSAGE THERAPIST

Dr Michelle Leary

Michelle Leary, ND, IFMCP

DIRECTOR OF FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE

Michael Corsilles, ND, PA-C

FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE
PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIAN

Dr. Ellie Adair

Ellie Adair, ND

FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE RESIDENT

Jacqui Lombari

Jacqui Lombari, MS, CNS, LDN

CERTIFIED NUTRITION SPECIALIST®

Carolina Cartier

Carolina Cartier, CN, MBA

CERTIFIED NUTRITIONIST

Where Vida’s unique integrated approach to patient care all began! In 2013 Vida started in Madison Ridge, which is on the east side of Capital Hill, and has been our home ever since.

Friendly, modern, inviting, with a team that is absolutely serious about being the very best in what we do. This is where acupuncturists, chiropractors, massage therapists, functional medicine physicians and physical therapists work together to bring their diverse skill sets to reach everyone’s health goals.

 

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.

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VIDA SEATTLE

Mon 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Tue 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Wed 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Thu 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Fri 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Sat 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Sun Closed

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.

Latest Vida Blog Articles

Understanding Celiac Disease and Navigating Gluten-Free Diets

Celiac disease is characterized by an immune response to gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye. Upon gluten ingestion, individuals with celiac disease experience inflammation and damage to the small intestine, leading to a range of symptoms such as abdominal pain, diarrhea, fatigue, and nutrient deficiencies.

More Vida Articles

Holistic Pregnancy Care: The Webster Technique

As you may know, there are a lot of changes that occur in a woman’s body throughout their pregnancy. Their body must continue to adapt to the increase in hormones, circulatory changes and the postural/mechanical changes that can cause stress on the musculoskeletal system (MSK). These changes can trigger tension and in some cases, pain.

It’s All Connected: Functional Medicine Approach to Mental Health

In functional medicine, we equip our patients with tools like mindfulness and stress management techniques to navigate life’s stresses more gracefully. As for hormones, these little chemical messengers can wreak havoc when they’re out of balance, swinging your mood wildly from joy to despair. Through nutritional guidance and sometimes hormone therapy, we strive to keep these levels stable, ensuring they support rather than disrupt your mental health.

Does Running Cause Arthritis?

The most common form of arthritis is Osteoarthritis (OA), which is a condition marked by degenerative cartilage at the joint.  Osteoarthritis affects 32.5 million adults in the United States. Cartilage is the soft tissue cushion that protects bones from rubbing where they meet. They help with shock absorption, congruency and help the joint glide easily when moved. In OA, as the cartilage cushion wears down, it can cause pain, stiffness and disability to that joint. OA is often referred to as the “wear and tear” arthritis. So, what gives, doesn’t running wear and tear the joints in the body?

Why Choose Chiropractic Care After an Accident in Seattle

Chiropractors are certified specialist that are trained in diagnosing and treating injuries involving the musculoskeletal system, particularly the spine, using techniques such as spinal manipulation, soft tissue manipulation, active release technique, physical therapy, laser therapy, radiology, and nutrition, providing an array of non-invasive, drug-free treatment options that cater specifically to your needs post-accident.

A Doctor and Mothers Perspective on Autism

Autism affects approximately 1 in 34 children, with a higher prevalence in boys than in girls. While genetics play a significant role, they don’t paint the entire picture. Environmental factors such as diet, physical activity, exposure to toxins like pesticides and heavy metals, and even screen time, can influence autism traits and symptoms.

Why Runners Run

The real question runners may want to ask themselves, is WHY do people run?  WHY do you run? What inspires you to run?  I have been treating runners for years and have helped them navigate their running-related injuries.  Every one of those patients wanted to get back to running, but what is their WHY?

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