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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.
VIDA SEATTLE TEAM
Kris Sasaki, DC, CCSP
Jeff Dueck, DC
Kip Mueller, DC
George Hwang, DPT
Ashley Henriques, DPT
Rachel Passavant, PTA
PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSISTANT
Joshua Jangula, LAc, EAMP
Nikita Braddy,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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Functional Medicine combines conventional, naturopathic, genomic, and anti-aging medicine for the management of disease & optimization of health.
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To best stretch this muscle group, there is a degree of isolation that has to occur, or else you could place undue stress on the lumbar spine or the front of the hip joint.
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