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17 Ravine Rd

Malvern, PA 19355 US

610-296-7676

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Our Integrative Approach

Join us in our Integrative Approach to balance & healing..

*BioEnergy Alignments*

                 *LiteCure Laser therapy *

                                               *Corrective Pilates *

Why is this different? We provide the keys that are most commonly missed for optimal function even in the most extreme cases.

1. Body connection and communication via the system that runs the body through BioEnergy Chiropractic.

2. Optimal restoration of the damaged areas in the body through LiteCure Laser Therapy, a non invasive, non surgical approach to healing.

3. Stabilization of the core and spine via specialized Pilates exercises to fit individual needs.

Specialties

    • Acid Reflux
    • Digestive Issues
    • Headaches/Migraines
    • Arthritis Pain
    • Herniations
    • Pre and post surgical therapy
    • Back Pain/Neck Pain
    • Carpel Tunnel
    • Increasing Energy
    • ADD/ADHD
    • Muscle Rehabilitation/Tendonitis
    • Physical Therapy via Pilates
    • Shoulder issues
    • Chronic Pain
    • TMJ Correction
    • Sports Injury
    • Low Force infant & child adjusting
    • Extremity adjusting (shoulders, elbows, knees, hands, feet)
    • Plantar Fascitis
    • Guiding body to heal itself
    • Children
    • Pregnancy


We provide advanced body correction utilizing "state of the art" techniques. Never in the history of chiropractic have we been able to provide the level of help and expertise that now exists. These newer correction methods are even safer, more comfortable and more effective than ever before. As Doctors of Bio- Energy Chiropractic, Dr. Jennifer Furcht  and Dr. Jamie Sarra have over 15 years of training and experience in balancing the body, reducing stress and guiding people into personal empowerment. Kara Furcht enhances the care with over 30 years of Pilates experience and training. Her influence helps individuals use their body in whole new way and avoid injury.
What is Sacro Occipital Technique?

Sacro (pelvis) Occipital (head) technique analyzes the spine, muscles, cranium, organs and extremities for a total body adjustment. The goal is to release stress off your nervous system. The nervous system controls the function of every tissue, organ, and system in the body. When in balance many diseases and symptoms have been eliminated such as; migraines, ADD/ADHD, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, constipation, female disorders, weight problems, skin disorders, organ dysfunction, insomnia, jaw pain, earaches, menopause symptoms, depression, neck pain, back pain, acid reflux, infertility and other noted conditions.
What is BioEnergetic Synchronization Technique?

BioEnergertic Synchronization Technique is a system of healing that recognizes that the body is more than the sum of its parts. BEST is  state- of - the -art  in balancing Body/Mind/Memory/Soul energy fields. When these energy fields are out of balance, symptoms develop and health diminishes. Many factors affect the  body's state of  balance.  Emotional issues of the past as well as the choices that we have made, or currently make in six essential areas; what we eat and drink; how we exercise and rest; what we breathe; and what we think all affect our energy field balance. When these systems are out of balance, they become exhausted. Symptoms such as pain and disease often develop. Holding specific pressure points will help your brain and body re-connect, repair, and rebuild the response mechanism of your body for health and restoration.

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Review By Our Satisfied Patient

  • "I was battling with a debilitating foot injury for over a year. Three other doctors said I would need surgery which would likely prevent me from running or jumping, permanently. To say that Dr. Jen simply “cured” my foot, surgery-free, would be a gross understatement. She helped me feel self-fulfillment, impacted my professional growth, and improved my intimate life. Happiness, money, and sex? AND I can jump around like a maniac anytime? Clearly, the idea of “whole you” wellness is no joke--these doctors understand big picture health...through Pilates, Sensei Kara helped me create serious core-strength, and Dr. Jen and Dr. Jamie transformed the way I conceive of health & wellness. Seeing the big picture is so much better. My reality—empowered. My stays at Wholeyou Wellness have changed my life. Period."
    Jaki G. Malvern, PA

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