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KEARNEYSVILLE – After years caring for patients in Northern Virginia, Dr. Jason Winseck now is offering Eastern Panhandle residents personalized, high-quality treatments, with a focus on whole-body health that brings healing without surgery or prescription pain medication.

Chiropractor Jason Winseck has opened an office in Kearneysville, where services include not only chiropractic care, but also massage therapy, acupuncture and other treatments that allow many patients to heal without surgery or prescription drugs. The Pennsylvania native first became interested in chiropractic care in high school, after a sports injury.

The Charles Town resident still maintains the practice in Sterling, Va., that he began more than a decade ago, but now he splits his time between it and his new Jefferson County office, Oasis Health & Wellness in Kearneysville.

Over the years, the Pennsylvania native who trained at New York Chiropractic College has helped patients with a huge range of problems, everything from arthritis, injuries from car accidents and stress to scoliosis, carpel tunnel syndrome, allergies, PMS and more.

Here, in his own words, Winseck shares the story of his new business in Kearneysville:

 

When did your business open?

“In May but I’ve been in practice since April 2002 in our Sterling office.”

 

What sets your business apart from your competitors?

“Our dedication to our patients and customer service. Our business is unique in the fact we approach healthcare from a different point of view. We look for the underlying cause of the symptoms, not just treating symptoms alone. We willingly go the extra mile to ensure you have a positive experience at our office.”

 

Can you tell us about yourself?

“I was born in Erie, Pa., and graduated from New York Chiropractic College with honors in 2002. I’ve been a Jefferson County resident since 2005. I served as team chiropractor from 2004 to 2010 for a professional football team. I enjoy golf, kayaking, hunting and fishing.”

 

What’s your favorite aspect of this work?

“I truly enjoy taking time to educate my patients on their particular condition. I feel strongly that an educated patient makes the best healthcare choices.”

 

How many workers do you employ?

“There are a total of six staff members, including myself at the current time. As the office grows and develops, we plan to add staff.”

 

What is a part of your business that too often gets overlooked?

“Oftentimes people overlook the many behind-the-scenes hours that our hard-working staff puts in to make the office run smoothly and efficiently. Our patients have the best team available to make sure your experience goes smoothly.”

 

Do you have a role model who has helped you grow your business?

“My mentor is Dr. Gary Trupo, who practices in Delaware. I worked for him when I first completed my doctorate program. His knowledge and guidance allowed me to become the chiropractor that I am today.”

 

What future plans do you have for your business?

“We are looking to expand our services within our office to include yoga and aquatic therapy and to expand the nutritional services we offer patients.”

 

– Compiled by Christine Miller Ford

 

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Want to go?

What: Oasis Health & Wellness

Where: 120 Commerce Circle, Kearneysville. From Charles Town, take the Wiltshire/ Bardane exit off W.Va. 9. Turn left, then take the third left onto West Burr and then another left into parking lot.

When: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday and Tuesday; closed, Wednesday; 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday; 3 to 7 p.m. Friday; by appointment alternating Saturdays.

For more: Call 304-724-9401 or go online to oasishealth-wellness.com.

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