Member Spotlight – Integrated Health and Wellness Center

Member Spotlight – Integrated Health and Wellness Center

The lobby at Integrated Health and Wellness Center filled for a Chamber Connection October 19th that also celebrated their 15th year at the 1319 E. 1st Street location. A graduate of the Palmer College of Chiropractic, Dr. Brandon Trost has been practicing chiropractic care for 25 years.

In addition to chiropractic care, IHWC offers sports physicals, kinesiology taping, spinal decompression, and functional dry needling. Brandon also serves as team chiropractic physician for McPherson College and team physician for Canton-Galva High School, for which he has a real passion.

IHWC recently opened a clinic gym called Doc Fit, which is short for Docere Fitness. Docere is a Latin word that means to teach or instruct. The goal of Doc Fit is for each patient to have “a sense of empowerment, strength and ability to perform daily activities better than the day before.” It is a physician-directed personal training experience with small group classes of 4 people per class. It’s tailored toward individual functional fitness needs. “What are you going to do when you’re 82 and you try to get off the toilet?” asked Brandon. “Now’s the time to start.” Visit their website to learn more.

The practice’s mission statement, “Be patient-focused while serving today for a better tomorrow,” was developed several years ago after Brandon went through the Chamber’s Leadership McPherson program. He recommends that anyone who hasn’t been through the course, do so.

Brandon’s wife of 28 years, Amy, handles the insurance side of the business. She said they partner with many major insurance companies, and they have a medical discount program for individuals who are uninsured or whose insurance is not accepted. To find out if your insurance is accepted or to set up an appointment, call the office at 620-504-6344. You can also follow their Facebook page, and don’t forget to check out the photos from their Chamber Connection.