An innovative concept in healthcare and wellness has opened in Arlington.
Skyline Wellness Center has been in business since 2008, and provides its patients with “integrative healthcare focusing on the following areas: acupuncture, chiropractic, massage therapy, medicine, nutrition, physical therapy, psychotherapy, and sports medicine.”
The clinic’s new Arlington location at 1600 Wilson Blvd, Suite 320, in Rosslyn, is scheduled to open on Monday, January 5 , 2015. They are already accepting appointments. It’s their second location, and part of a strategic approach to expand the footprint of the clinic in the Washington D.C. area.
CEO and founder Ivan Santos says that the wellness center provides patients with an experience in healthcare “unlike any other.” Their mission is simple: keeping you healthy and happy. Their goal: finding natural and organic approaches to manage your health and wellness.
“We don’t want people to have to choose between traditional medicine and complementary healthcare approaches,” Santos says, “we give them all the options in one convenient location.”
All the practitioners at Skyline Wellness Center work as a team to offer a natural approach to health care. The experience is enhanced by easy check-in and check-out processes, online scheduling with same-day visits, accepting all major insurance plans, and encouraging email follow-ups with your doctor.
The clinic’s two founders, Mr. Santos and Dr. W. Jean-Luc Sansfaute, refined the clinic’s offerings by putting as much value on healthcare as in the “patient experience”.. Their flagship location in Alexandria expanded earlier this year to accommodate a growing demand for their services. They are clearly on the right track.
“Our patients were and continue to be an important part of our evolution process. We are who we are because we listen to them. They were the ones that told us what they wanted to include in a one stop healthcare clinic and how to combine all practice areas,” writes Dr. Sansfaute, who also acts as the Chief Patient Officer for the clinics.
The wellness center has “led the effort to change how our community views and uses healthcare.” The new location is more convenient for Arlington residents, only three blocks north of the Rosslyn metro station.
“We are looking forward to becoming more involved in the Arlington community… and continuing to make changes to accommodate patients that value a higher level of service in healthcare.”
To learn more about Skyline Wellness Center, visit their website at skylinewellnesscenter.com.
The preceding was sponsored article written for Skyline Wellness Center.
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