Medicine Wheel Wellness provides a holistic approach to injury recovery, fitness, and prevention of illness and disease through an integration of modern medicine and ancient wisdom. The mission of Medicine Wheel Wellness is to offer complementary health and wellness services to optimize all aspects of well-being physically, mentally, spiritually, and emotionally with the vision of overall improved access to holistic healthcare services for all. Medicine Wheel Wellness houses multiple providers, including Excel Physical Therapy, along with Chiropractic Care, Cash-based Injury Care services, Fitness & Pilates, Yoga, Personal Training, Massage, Chinese Medicine, Energy Therapy, Nutritional Health, Mental Health, AromaTherapy, a Healing Arts Gallery, and retail Wellness Boutique.
Dr. Dagmar “Josie” Wittner grew up in Steyr, Austria, lived in San Francisco for 14 years then moved to Jackson Hole Wyoming in 2010. Dr. Josie uses a holistic approach in diagnosing, treating and preventing mechanical disorders of the muscular-skeletal and nervous systems. Her non-invasive techniques include Chiropractic Care, Active Release Soft Tissue Technique (ART), Kinesio Taping (KT), Graston, Dry Needling, biomechanical assessment, Cold Laser Therapy, strengthening exercises and nutritional advice, each based upon the individual needs of each person.
In 2014, Dr. Josie received her national animal chiropractic board certification from AVCA. She specializes in canine and equine chiropractic adjustments.
Currently Dr. Josie loves living in Jackson Hole WY. In her free time you can find her mountain biking, fishing, hiking with her pack of Alaskan Malamutes.
Upon my arrival home, I was quick to become a personal trainer and health coach. In my time home, I have worked with all demographics and levels of athletes. By blending my education with my experience as an athlete, it gives me a platform to help anyone achieve their goals.
Knowledge is power. I believe in teaching people how to understand their body. By educating athletes on their movements it creates a strong foundation in both physical and mental capabilities. Having the knowledge of how your body is completing a task is the ultimate tool in keeping yourself healthy and injury free.
American College of Sports Medicine – Certified Personal Trainer
B.S. Exercise and Sport Physiology – Plymouth State University
In his free time, you can find Max adventuring in the mountains surrounding Jackson Hole with his corgi Penelope aka Penny Pup whose motto is “Little legs, Big strides!”