America’s Leading Alternative Medicine Clinic

The Whitaker Wellness Institute medical clinic and wellness center is dedicated to helping you achieve optimal health—not just the absence of disease, but a state of vitality and wellness that will allow you to live life to its fullest, no matter what your age. Since we opened our doors in 1979, our wellness center has treated more than 45,000 patients who came looking for help to overcome serious health challenges such as heart disease and diabetes. Others hoped to avoid a recommended surgery, or simply reduce reliance on prescription drugs and adopt a healthier lifestyle. Whatever your reason, we are dedicated to helping you achieve your health goals.

We’re proud to offer nearly two dozen safe, innovative, healing therapies under one roof—that’s more than any other facility in the northern hemisphere. Just think of us as your “one-stop shop for wellness.” To get started and find out how Whitaker Wellness can help restore your health and vitality and allow you to feel better than you have in years, click on the blue buttons to your right to schedule a complimentary consultation or contact us. You can also schedule your complimentary consultation or obtain more information by calling our Patient Services Representatives at (866) 944-8253.

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An introduction to two powerful natural therapies used at Whitaker Wellness: Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) and Enhanced External Counterpulsation (EECP).

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) is medicine’s most efficient method of transporting oxygen to cells throughout the body. When you breathe oxygen at normal atmospheric pressure, it is transported on the hemoglobin in your red blood cells…


Microcurrent Therapy

Microcurrent is a novel therapy that uses extremely low-level electrical currents (microcurrents) to treat nerve and muscle pain, inflammation, and other health challenges…

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Lyme Disease

Lyme Disease, the Great Imitator

Lyme disease is often called the “great imitator.” That’s because the symptoms of this bacterial infection (Borrelia burgdorferi), which is usually spread through tick bites, can be so diverse that it is often mistaken for a host of other conditions, such as chronic fatigue, multiple sclerosis or other autoimmune diseases, fibromyalgia, and even hypochondria. It […]

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Back in the Day…Still True Today: Reversing Arthritis

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, one of my favorite things about the therapies we offer at Whitaker Wellness is that they are effective today, they will be effective months from now, and they will still be effective in 100 years. Case in point: More than 20 years ago I wrote an article […]

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EECP: A Noninvasive Treatment for Heart Disease and Angina

EECP (enhanced external counterpulsation) is a remarkable noninvasive treatment for heart disease. Developed at Harvard Medical School decades ago, it was enthusiastically embraced throughout the world as a safe, nonsurgical treatment for coronary artery disease and heart failure. In the United States, however, EECP was ignored in favor of bypass surgery and angioplasty, which were on their […]

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Your Summer First Aid Kit

This summer marks the 20-year anniversary of my bike ride across America. Several Health & Healing subscribers joined me on the more than 4,000 mile trek that started in Washington state and ended on the steps of the Supreme Court in Washington, DC. Back then I wrote an article stating that I hoped to complete the ride […]

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Healthy Summer Recipes

Healthy Summer Recipes

Summer is here and backyard barbeques and get-togethers with family and friends are a popular and enjoyable pastime. While the main dishes and items from the grill usually get all the glory, why not wow your guests with a few other delicious and healthy summer recipes? The following salads and sides will keep your guests […]

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Back in the Day…Still True Today: Statins are Dangerous Drugs

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Men’s Health: 3 Common Health Problems Answered

With Father’s Day just around the corner, now’s the perfect time to talk about men’s health. Specifically, I’d like to address three common health problems men encounter and propose safe, effective solutions for each one. Feel free to share these with the special men in your life. Men’s Health Problem #1: Prostate Concerns As men […]

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Arthritis can be a real pain in the neck—or any other area affected by degeneration of the cartilage that cushions the joints and vertebral discs. In fact, it’s our number-one cause of pain and disability, affecting some 52 million American adults. When it comes to treating arthritis, of course it’s important to get a handle on […]

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With summer just around the corner, now’s a great time to talk about natural bug repellants. After all, nothing ruins a family BBQ, invigorating hike, or enjoyable evening on the patio faster than a bug infestation. Whether it’s ticks, mosquitos, flies, or other pests, these insects can really put a damper on outdoor fun. The […]

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Natural Ways to Treat Fibromyalgia

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