The Holistic Wellness Center cut the ribbon on its new business last week, offering a combination of occupational health and natural medicine healing.

The center is located at 2412 West Andrew Johnson Highway.

Charity Suttles, owner of the Holistic Wellness Center, greeted guests Thursday as the Morristown Chamber of Commerce helped the new venture

“Our passion and the name holistic means whole,” said Suttles. “So we look at the body as a whole. Not just the piece. “

Suttles said the practices that investigate the cause of a problem, such as when a person has pain in their back or knees, could stem from a deeper problem.

“We’re trying to make this as natural as possible,” said Suttles.

The center has an on-site chiropractor as well as a registered nurse and several other trained professionals. She said the company hopes to offer massage therapy by the end of the year.

Over the next year, Suttles said they might even try looking at ways to support emotional health, such as trauma.

She said healing comes from more than one thing – it includes the physical, emotional and spiritual.

“Our passion is to provide the community with natural solutions to everyday health problems without drugs or surgery.”

“We are passionate about providing the community with natural solutions to everyday health problems without drugs or surgery,” said Suttles.

She said the business was first started by Suttles, who owned a drug testing company and performed occupational health for employers in the region. It occurred to her that she wanted to develop natural solutions for people instead of relying on medication.

“We are all on a journey, we are all at different stages of this journey,” she said.

She said she welcomed the public to be a part of this journey.

Steve Amos, president of the Morristown Area Chamber of Commerce 2021, said the community welcomes someone who wants to take wellbeing to a new level.

“I’ve always been an advocate of being proactive and not reactive when we have a personal interest in our health,” he said. “Being proactive is a long way.”

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