Living Well Center Pilot Program

Washington University
Living Well Center

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Your health is important. From sleep and nutrition to exercise and mental health, many factors can impact your overall well-being. At the Living Well Center, we bring together healthcare experts to help you meet your personal health and wellness goals.  

The Center programs can help you:

  • Improve your health for surgery.
  • Target and a treat specific condition if you are not a candidate for surgery.
  • Enhance quality of life during and after cancer treatment.
  • Optimize your health to meet a specific goal, such as healthy living after having a baby or training for an athletic event.

Take the first step — find out how the Living Well Center can help you. Schedule your consultation today: (314) 514-3565

Virtual Events 

Stressed?! Who me? Strategies to de-stress our mind and body*
November 23, 2020 from 12pm to 1pm

Come join the Living Well Center staff members, Dr. Hunt (Medical Director of LWC), Nartana Mehta (Registered Dietician) and Andy Howard (Health Program Counselor), for an engaging and interactive discussion on strategies to understand the effects of stress on our mind, body and digestive system. Information will be provided on identifying stressors, the importance of managing stress, and how to promote our health with mind, body and nutritional approaches. A live cooking demonstration will be included illustrating quick, easy healthy meal preparation. *This session is available for Living Well Center participants. To find out more, please call 314-514-3565.  

The Resilient Mind, the Resilient Body, the Resilient Gut*
December 14, 2020 from 12pm to 1pm

Come join the Living Well Center staff members, Dr. Hunt (Medical Director of LWC), Nartana Mehta (Registered Dietician) and Andy Howard (Health Program Counselor), for an engaging and interactive discussion on applying resiliency to our overall health. Specific dialogue will cover keeping our minds resilient in the face of challenges, addressing physical needs to keep the body resilient, and nutritional choices that keep our digestive system resilient. A live cooking demonstration will be included to support our discussion on healthy foods to support our digestive system and microbiome. *This session is available for Living Well Center participants. To find out more, please call 314-514-3565.  







No Two Programs Alike

Your personal wellness program is designed based on your detailed assessment and evaluation. Your care team includes physicians, therapists and dietitians — experts in musculoskeletal health and its link to general health.

Your coordinated care program may include:

  • Acupuncture
  • Aerobic training
  • Behavioral health counseling
  • Manual medicine
  • Medical massage
  • Nutritional counseling
  • Physical therapy
  • Smoking cessation

See the Results
Engaged participants can expect to see health improvements within 90-120 days. Results may include less pain, improved strength and stamina, weight loss, controlled diabetes and/or lower blood pressure.

Office Location

Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital Medical Office Building 4

Washington University Living Well Center
Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital
Medical Office Building 4 

1044 North Mason Road, Suite 210
St. Louis, MO 63141

Free onsite parking is available

 

Meet Our Team

Center Director: Devyani Hunt, MD
Acupuncture: Chi Tang, MD
Manual Medicine: John Metzler, MD
Massage Therapy: Amy Whitelaw, MT
Massage Therapy: Mary Bouse, MT
Nutrition Counseling: Nartana Mehta, RD, LD
Physical Therapy: Susan Peck, PT
Physical Therapy: Keith Saunders, PT, MBA
Psychosocial Risk Management and Counseling: Barry Hong, PhD
Smoking Cessation: Corri Payton, NP


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