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Back To Health Wellness Program

Back To Health is a 60 day wellness program that focuses on guiding you and teaching you how to implement healthy lifestyle improvements.  These simple but effective changes produce dramatic results naturally without using any medications.

The average Back To Health participant in 60 days will:

  • Lose 16 pounds
  • Lose 4 inches from their waistline
  • Decrease LDL cholesterol by 20 points
  • Decrease insulin levels by 31%

There is no “calorie counting” or cutting your food intake with Back To Health.  You can eat until you are full and you will still lose weight and improve your health.  We’ll teach you how.

One of the key components of Back To Health is having your own personal team of health experts at your disposal.  You will have doctors, personal trainers, and licensed massage therapists to keep you accountable and provide you with guidance and inspiration each step of the way.

Back To Health 60 day wellness program includes:

  • Health & Fitness Assessment measuring 27 individual wellness biomarkers including body composition, functional movement patterns and nervous system function
  • Blood work measuring cardiovascular health, cholesterol, blood sugar metabolism, chronic inflammation, Vitamin D levels, and more
  • Stress management guidance and techniques
  • Personalized nutritional counseling including dietary guidelines and necessary supplements
  • Spinal care
  • Two on-site Personal Training sessions per week with our experienced personal trainers
  • One hour of body work and relaxation per week with our licensed massage therapists

We would all agree that our health is our most important asset.  Having money, a nice home, and a great career doesn’t matter if we don’t have our health.  Without our health, we can’t be a good parent, spouse, friend or employee.  Unfortunately, the health of our country is getting worse, not better.  According to the World Health Organization, the United States ranks 37th in the effectiveness of its healthcare system compared to the rest of the world despite the fact that we spend by far the largest amount of money per capita on health care.  Over 70% of those health care dollars are spent on chronic illness which is mostly preventable.

According to the American Cancer Society, 1 in 2 men and 1 in 3 women will develop cancer in their lifetime.  According to the American Heart Association, 1 in 2 Americans will develop heart disease in their lifetime.  Diabetes has become the fastest growing disease in our country.  While genetics play a small role in these diseases, they are largely considered lifestyle diseases and primarily attributed to behaviors related to poor nutrition, stress and physical activity.  These diseases kill many Americans and are mostly preventable but the solution must come in the form of healthy lifestyle changes, not drugs and surgeries.  Too many Americans ignore their wellness and medicate themselves through their sickness.  You can’t medicate your way out of a problem you behaved your way into.

Call (586)949-9248 for a free consultation to learn more about the program and determine if Back To Health is right for you.  We are happy to check with your health insurance to see if they cover any part of the program.

Testimonials

                                            Before                        After

                               

“First I want to thank everyone at Back To Health for each part that you have played in my new well-being. This program truly embodies the whole you; Spirit, Mind, and Body. It is 60 days of step-by-step support and direction; you are not alone on this journey. The entire group at Back To Health is there for all your questions and needs.

This is not a drop 10 pounds in 10 days type of program then repeat when you've gained the 10 pounds back. This is a lifestyle change to conquer and keep it off. I found that Back To Health put me on the right track to a continued healthy lifestyle. It has set a 60-day habit changing course that I will continue on as the new me. I now better understand my body and love the changes.

The program has shown me that I can accomplish more than I ever thought this 48 year old body could do. I'm proud of myself and love the changes I feel and see.”

~Cindy L.

                               Before                  After

                                 

“My weight had reached nearly 240lbs and my blood pressure was 20 points or more above the optimum level. I was almost diabetic and angry with myself for allowing my health to get so bad. The only other program that I’d been on was the Atkins Diet. I lost significant weight but developed gall stones and lost my gall bladder as a result. The weight then slowly returned.

On this program, I’ve lost nearly 40 pounds so far. My blood pressure is at normal levels as well as my glucose and my HDL/LDL ratio. I am stronger than I was, have more energy and feel much better about myself.

I would recommend Back To Health to anybody. I would tell them that they can improve their health significantly without medication or starvation!”

~Don W.

Call (586)949-9248 to learn more or to make an appointment for a FREE consultation

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I began coming to DiMartino Chiropractic due to lower back pain and occasional headaches. I used to take Motrin or Excedrin but I got off those pills - I know they're bad for you. Dr. Eric is awesome! His "Health & Wellness" workshop series changed our lives. He deserves an award for being a true "Health Healer""
    Melissa L. Chesterfield, MI

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