Bridge the gap between business ambitions and real-world results.


Our experience and methods have helped dozens of Health and Wellness clinics increase profitability by improving their customer experience, clinical procedures and operational efficiency. Due to our specialty focus and integrated approach in the Health and Wellness arena, we have a vast range of capabilities stretching across:

Operations

Operations
Management

Global Wellness operational procedures result in maximum patient flow, maximum efficiency, employee certainty and confidence that leads to reproducible results and a healthy bottom line. Your staff will know exactly what to do in a large variety of daily scenarios. Our team will evaluate your current operations and give advice on how to maximize your potential clinically and financially. It can be as simple as the person who answers the phones to patient scheduling and the physical layout of your office.



 

Business

Business
Model

Crafting business models that work for customers and make money for clients. Designing new businesses is where the left and right brain come together. Creating an emotionally compelling customer experience is only half of the equation. The business also needs to be financially viable. We design new Health and Wellness businesses and help bring them to market by translating creative ideas and customer experiences into business models, imperatives and roadmaps that are custom-tailored to each clinic’s unique DNA.

Clinical

Clinical
Management

We provide advanced expert training in the use of Multiple Impulse Therapy using the most advanced technology available on the market today. With a focus on posture correction and functional neurology, the technology is used for several conditions including neck pain, low back pain, headaches, and extremity injuries as well as visceral conditions. The technology is also used for pre-surgical preparation and post-surgical rehabilitation of the spine allowing for maximum function and decreased pain. The technology is comfortable, painless, precise and effective.

 

Service

Service
Development

Developing services that work in the real world requires understanding a clinic’s total environment and culture. For existing services, we map the customer’s physical and emotional journey to understand their experience and design ways to improve it. For new services, we envision the ideal customer experience and design specific interactions that will bring that experience to life. We help you merge new procedures seamlessly with your existing organizational structure.

HR

Human
Resources

Global Wellness specializes in evaluating the most valuable resource in any business… the people. We make sure that the right people are in the right position to ensure maximum performance and employee satisfaction.The objective is to decrease the high costs, financially and emotionally that are associated with employee turnover.








Facility

Facility
Design

Healthcare organizations face an ongoing challenge in managing their facilities. While treatment and care processes continually evolve, many healthcare spaces are not designed to adapt. Our teams will evaluate your facilities to discover inefficiencies that may be friction points to the growth of your business. When necessary, our architectural team will offer functional design options to maximize your clinic efficiency.

Technology

Information
Technology

At Global Wellness we implement the most advanced fully integrated IT systems in the Healthcare Industry - ranging from innovative diagnosis to patient management, administration and analytics to reduce front-end complexity and most importantly - costs. We leverage the power of technology to provide the freedom for your clinical experts to focus on their core competencies and create a streamlined workflow for your support staff.





Branding

Branding
& Digital

When creating, or revitalizing, a great Brand we must know what they honestly stand for and what they mean to people because it’s the experiences people have with brands that create memorable and enduring connections. We work closely with Healthcare providers to articulate and express brand positions through every available touch point. Our teams include clinical experts, business specialists, and graphic designers who create multifaceted experiences that connect people to brands in harmonious, meaningful, and emotional ways.

 

Multiple Impulse Therapy Protocol Series


Welcome to the most advanced and in-depth training series for Multiple Impulse Therapy Devices,
such as Sigma Instruments, Spineliner and others.

 

There are currently over 30 unique and detailed protocols
divided among 3 series:



- Posture Correction and Visceral Conditions

Composed of 10 protocols, this series focuses on various techniques to restore patients correct posture in order to resolve corresponding musculoskeletal disorders and re-establish damaged neural pathways causing a variety of Visceral Conditions.

POSTURE CORRECTIONS

PV cervical lumbarCERVICAL and LUMBAR WEDGE

The Cervical wedge is used to restore the cervical curve. This is also known as White tissue and Red tissue therapy. Muscle and Ligament Molding.

PV cervical wedgeCERVICAL WEDGE EXERCISE

The Cervical wedge is used to restore the cervical curve. This is also known as White tissue and Red tissue therapy. Muscle and Ligament Molding.

PV cervical scanCERVICAL SCAN

Teaches the correct methods for Cervical Scanning.<br />The Cervical wedge is used to restore the cervical curve. This is also known as White tissue and Red tissue therapy. Ligament and Muscle Remodeling.

PV posture correctPOSTURE CORRECTION PROTOCOL

The purpose of this demonstration is to show the treating doctor that they can perform a complete spinal evaluation and correction in FOUR MINUTES OR LESS if they desire

PV psisSACROILIAC or PARKINSONS PROTOCOL

The purpose of this protocol is to help patients with POSTURAL DEFICITS or PROPRIOCEPTIVE CHALLENGES caused by BRAIN LESIONS, TRAUMA, or NEURO MOTOR DYSFUNCTION.

PV lumbar curveLUMBAR WEDGE EXERCISE PROTOCOL

This protocol was created to enhance the results of lumbar curve restoration. This method works as a white tissue and red tissue therapy that STRENGTHENS as well as STRETCHES the PSOAS , PARALLUMBAR MUSCLES and LUMBAR LIGAMENTS.

PV mob spasmDYNAMIC MID BACK MOBILIZATION PROTOCOL

This protocol is excellent for people complaining of chronic MID BACK PAIN, MID BACK TENSION, and DORSAL STIFFNESS from poor posture or conditions such as ANKYLOSING SPONDYLITIS.


VISCERAL CONDITIONS

PV asthma bronqASTHMA BRONCHITIS PROTOCOL

Asthma and bronchitis symptoms can be greatly reduced and the respiratory capacity of your patients greatly improved by adding this protocol to you treatment.

PV constipation spastic colonCONSTIPATION-SPASTIC COLON PROTOCOL

This technique is a very powerful way to STIMULATE THE COLON, release the ILEOCECAL VALVE and restore normal PERISTALTIC FUNCTION.

PV cervical scanHEADACHE PROTOCOL

Teaches the correct methods for Cervical Scanning. The Cervical wedge is used to restore the cervical curve. This is also known as White tissue and Red tissue therapy. Ligament and Muscle Remodeling.

- Upper Body

Description of 11 Protocols

U first ribFIRST RIB ADJUSTMENT-CORRECTION

Correction of this subluxation can bring instant relief and improved function. Often associated with torticolus, limited shoulder mobility, decreased cervical range of motion and even respiratory conditions such as asthma or bronchitis.

U crom fullCOMPLETE CERVICAL RANGE OF MOTION

This is a complete cervical range of motion protocol that can be performed on anyone but I usually only do such a complete procedure on competitive athletes, dancers or on normal patients who are not responding to the normal or basic range of motion routine performed in the postural correction protocol.

U crom trapTRAPEZIUS POINTS

Teaches the correct methods and contact points to treat and stimulate the trapezius.

U longhornLONG HORN EXTENSION PROTOCOL

This is used to stimulate posture related muscles and ligaments bilaterally at the same time for maximum results in the shortest time.

U shoulder assesmentSHOULDER JOINT EVALUATION

The shoulder is one of the most biomechanically complex regions of the body because so many different muscles attach there and perform different functions. The rotator muscles are the most common cause of pain and shoulder joint dysfunction.

U ribhead outSUBLUXATED RIB HEAD PROTOCOL

This protocol is extremely effective in repositioning the rib head because it recruits the surrounding supportive musculature and ligaments while simultaneously activating muscle spindle fibers as well as relaxing any trigger points.

U shoulderDYNAMIC SHOULDER PROTOCOL

After the evaluation and assessment of the shoulder condition, the doctor can now begin with this dynamic approach of stimulating, activating and resetting the muscles associated with shoulder motion. This is a more GLOBAL DYNAMIC APPROACH intended to activate and stimulate the muscles of the shoulder joint through various ACTIVE RANGES OF MOTION.

U tmjTMJ PROTOCOL

The TMJ or TEMPORAL MANDIBULAR JOINT is a common area of pain, discomfort or clicking. TMJ problems may be caused by people who have a forward head carriage, grind their teeth (Bruxism), chew gum too often, suffered facial injury, undergone dental work, etc. This protocol assesses the joint in order to resolve symptoms it causes. Such as headache, dizziness, jaw pain, difficulty chewing, clicking of the jaw, heade muscle tension.

U torticolusTORTICOLLIS or NECK MUSCLE SPASM PROTOCOL

A patient may present with acute neck pain and the inability to turn their head in one or more cervical ranges of motion. We will focus on the POSTERIOR NECK MUSCLES. Most of the torticollis cases stem form a muscle SPASM of the DEEP neck MUSCLES of rotation.

U wrist carpalWRIST CARPALS AND THUMB PROTOCOL

Wrist pain and problems are often misdiagnosed and not treated correctly. The traditional treatment is IMMOBILIZATION with a wrist brace. This is not logical unless there is an obvious ligament injury. What we have found in at least 90% of the cases are MISALIGNED CARPAL BONES. This is very common among weight lifters, martial artists, factory workers, computer workers, laborers, massage therapists and manual medicine specialists.

U elbowDYNAMIC ELBOW PROTOCOL

There are many causes of elbow joint dysfunction and pain. One example is Tennis elbow -commonly diagnosed as a tendonitis and treated with ice, anti-inflammatory drugs or injections. An elbow brace or compression band can be used over the Radial Head to stabilize the joint and decrease pain. As with all of the protocols, we ask… What is causing this symptom of tendonitis?. What we usually find is a combination of joint dysfunction of the Humoral-Ulnar articulation or the Radio-Ulnar articulation and their associated muscle and ligament attachments.

- Lower Body

Description of 13 Protocols

L hip bedDYNAMIC HIP PROTOCOL - TFL

This protocol is used to mainly treat the TFL (TENSOR FASCIAE LATAE) as well as stimulating and breaking up adhesions in the ILLIO TIBIAL BAND. Tension of the TFL can cause HIP PAIN as well as LATERAL KNEE PAIN.

L hip bed sideHIP ROTATOR CUFF - TABLE TOP

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L hipSTANDING DYNAMIC HIP PROTOCOL

The purpose of this protocol is to stimulate the HIP ROTATOR MUSCLES. This works as a PNF technique by stimulating the GLOGI TENDON ORGANS and MUSCLE SPINDLE FIBERS. Stretching the muscles, decreasing muscle spasms while stimulating neural pathways.

L l4-l5L4-L5 TISSUE PULL TECHNIQUE

This technique is quite helpful for patients presenting with SPONDYLOLISTHESIS. This maneuver will help introduce motion and stimulation into the joint as well as take pressure off the nerves in the area.

L sacralDYNAMIC SACRAL AND SCIATIC PROTOCOL - TABLE

This protocol is designed for patients who may need a more passive approach to stimulating the SI JOINTS or the SCIATIC NERVE pathways. They may not be able to stand or even sit in the standard treatment chair.

L sciaticSCIATIC PROTOCOL - CHAIR VERSION

This is another way to stimulate, activate and even create neural pathways. Patients will be able to walk better, stand on their toes and have a dramatic DECREASE in FOOT DROP.

L spondi wedgeSPONDYLOLISTHESIS WEDGE PROTOCOL

This protocol is used as WHITE TISSUE THERAPY to help reposition a SPONDYLOLISTHESIS. This technique also works amazingly fast for HERNIATED L4 AND L5.

L psoasPSOAS STRETCH - PNF TECHNIQUE - TABLE

The objective is to reduce LOW BACK PAIN that may be coming from the PSOAS muscle. The psoas muscle is in a shortened state when a person is sitting and is elongated when a person is standing. Due to several hours per day of sitting at a desk or driving, the psoas often loses its elasticity or goes into spasm. Clinically the patient may present that they are fine when sitting but they get sudden LOW BACK PAIN upon RISING OR STANDING. This can happen UNILATERALLY causing a LATERAL LISTING or may occur BILATERALLY presenting as a forward listing and the patient having great difficulty and pain straightening up.

L plantar fascDYNAMIC PLANTAR-FASCIITIS PROTOCOL

Plantar fasciitis is a very common problem that is normally treated with injections and the use of heat, ice and special orthotics. This dynamic approach gets to the cause of the problem by BREAKING UP TISSUE ADHESIONS in the foot, STIMULATING BLOOD SUPPLY, and RESTORING FUNCTION AND MOBILITY.

L lbLOW BACK COMPLETE DYNAMIC PROTOCOL

The purpose of this video is to demonstrate the proper contact points and dynamic motion that can be added when treating the low back.

L ankleANKLE PROTOCOL

The Ankle joint is often overlooked when treating a patient with mainly spinal complaints. A patient may present with acute ankle pain following a "twisted ankle" event while walking, running playing sports, etc. Unnoticed ankle joint dysfunction can be the cause of PERSISTENT LOW BACK PAIN, SACROILIAC PAIN, and even chronic NECK PAIN.

L achillesACHILLES TENDON PROTOCOL

This is another Dynamic Approach to restoring proper muscle function and joint mobility to the Achilles tendon at times presenting tenderness and swelling as well as inflammation of the bursa near the distal attachment. Causes can be a misaligned Calcaneus, tight Gastrocnemeus muscles, Tendon Sprain or Strain.

L hip bed sideDYNAMIC HAMSTRING PROTOCOL

Many patients with LOW BACK PAIN also present with very tight hamstring muscles. This is very common with people who sit most of the day with their knees bent. This muscle tension changes the mechanics of the low back and contributes to a loss of lumbar lordoses. This dynamic PNF technique combining Percussion, motion, muscle fiber activation as well as Golgi tendon organ stimulation gives very fast results. This works more quickly and effectively than traditional PNF techniques with absolutely no strain on the doctor and nearly effortless for the patient.

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