Home

Summit Integrative Wellness brings services based on how you are functioning as a whole. Our therapy is not based on symptoms alone; we take a look at your entire system to find the root cause to any dysfunction that has arisen.

Level of function is determined by who we are, what we want to do, and where we have been. Therefore, therapy will be based on each persons own uniqueness, not based off diagnosis or abnormalities alone.

Movement Therapy is based off of how our bodies work with gravity, mass and momentum, and ground reaction forces. It takes into account the demands required of your body, and what efficient movements are needed to complete the tasks at hand. 

Functional Wellness Therapy is to find a harmony within our bodies the way nature has intended. By finding the right nutrient-dense foods for our bodies, we are able to fight off disease and to maintain a healthy and fluid system.

Both therapies help to improve the 4 essential components to optimal health: Nourishment, Movement, Rest/Recovery, and Behavior. By finding a balance between the 4 essentials, our bodies are able to function at their most efficient capacity, and we can achieve optimal health.

shutterstock_130533281
Movement Therapy

Are you suffering from aches or pains from a current or past injury? Movement Therapy will take a look at the how your body functions as a whole to find the root cause of your dysfunction.
Read More

Foods
Functional Wellness Assessments

Tired of not having the energy for the activities you love? Do you suffer from bloating, acid reflux, or discomfort from eating? Nutritional Therapy will help to correct your ailments and guide you to the healthiest you!
Read More

adult hair analysis, child hair analysis, hair analysis, htma
Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis

Minerals tell a story about the internal environment and workings of Your Body. When out of balance, minerals can be a cause of dysfunction and disease. Test your mineral levels to see what you are susceptible to!
Read More

Meet Bryan Carroll   CPT, NTP, FAFS

I am a Functional Wellness Practitioner, Nutritional Therapist, and Movement Therapist who focuses on finding the root cause to any illness, ailment, or injury. I believe that bringing the body into balance and correcting movement dysfunction ultimately will bring you to optimal health.
Read More

  • MD, Professor Emerita- University of Washington
    Soo Borson
    I’ve worked with a few trainers – they’ve all been good. But more than any other trainer I’ve known, Bryan constantly broadens and updates his knowledge and skills so he can create a balanced, individualized program for improving fitness and health. As a physician, I particularly appreciate his meticulous attention to functional anatomy and his ability to integrate feedback effectively and bring his best to his clients. His open personality and high level of professionalism inspire complete trust.
    Soo Borson
    MD, Professor Emerita- University of Washington

    I’ve worked with a few trainers – they’ve all been good. But more than any other trainer I’ve known, Bryan constantly broadens and updates his knowledge and skills so he can create a balanced, individualized program for improving fitness and health. As a physician, I particularly appreciate his meticulous attention to functional anatomy and his ability to integrate feedback effectively and bring his best to his clients. His open personality and high level of professionalism inspire complete trust.

  • Spina Bifida Patient
    Jake Wright
    I have a disability that can be challenging to some trainers. Bryan took it in stride and worked with me at home. I got better results in 3 months than I did with a gym trainer in a year. Rather than telling me what to do, Bryan asked me about my goals, made suggestions based on those goals, and tailored the workouts accordingly. My overall fitness – especially my balance and physical confidence – improved significantly. I wish I still lived close enough to work with him – I recommend him to anyone regardless of physical condition.
    Jake Wright
    Spina Bifida Patient

    I have a disability that can be challenging to some trainers. Bryan took it in stride and worked with me at home. I got better results in 3 months than I did with a gym trainer in a year. Rather than telling me what to do, Bryan asked me about my goals, made suggestions based on those goals, and tailored the workouts accordingly. My overall fitness – especially my balance and physical confidence – improved significantly. I wish I still lived close enough to work with him – I recommend him to anyone regardless of physical condition.

  • Laura Bailey
    I have tried a lot of different types of therapies to help out with my issues. Bryan, was very knowlegeable and quick to identify my trouble areas and gave specific things to work on that help. The movement therapy he had me do during the session helped to resolve and improve my painful areas.
    Laura Bailey

    I have tried a lot of different types of therapies to help out with my issues. Bryan, was very knowlegeable and quick to identify my trouble areas and gave specific things to work on that help. The movement therapy he had me do during the session helped to resolve and improve my painful areas.

  • Fellow of Applied Functional Science
    Mitch Kress
    Since your treatment at GG2 my wrist has continued to progress in the positive realm! I have been trying, the best I can, to duplicate the technique of compress and twist( that’s how I think of it-I am willing to learn the proper terms). Two weeks ago I began some light (3lbs) resistance training in the way of wrist curls-flexion/extension- and radial and ulnar deviation moves. The range of motion(non-loaded) is excellent. I can almost place the entire thumb inside the fingers and ulnar deviate w/o much stress. A far cry (those would be my tears) from when I saw you last. Then last Wednesday I went to range to see if I could handle the tweak of speed in the form of the golf swing. That was successful. So, I figured that while I was there I would hit some balls off the tee(less resistance). That was successful. The impact of the ball did send shock waves into the wrist. Next then, the fake turf, which has a tendency to grab on misfit shots. Good to go there as well. So, given those successful trials, I went to course Sunday to play. I played all 18 w/o incident. I’m now looking ahead to compete in a match play tournament for the flight championships. AFS rules and you are a great example of that. Thank you so much for helping me get my groove back!
    Mitch Kress
    Fellow of Applied Functional Science

    Since your treatment at GG2  my wrist has continued to progress in the positive realm! I have been trying, the best I can, to duplicate the technique of compress and twist( that’s how I think of it-I am willing to learn the proper terms). Two weeks ago I began some light (3lbs) resistance training in the way of wrist curls-flexion/extension- and radial and ulnar deviation moves. The range of motion(non-loaded) is excellent. I can almost place the entire thumb inside the fingers and ulnar deviate w/o much stress. A far cry (those would be my tears) from when I saw you last. Then last Wednesday I went to range to see if I could handle the tweak of speed in the form of the golf swing. That was successful. So, I figured that while I was there I would hit some balls off the tee(less resistance). That was successful. The impact of the ball did send shock waves into the wrist. Next then, the fake turf, which has a tendency to grab on misfit shots. Good to go there as well. So, given those successful trials, I went to course Sunday to play. I played all 18 w/o incident. I’m now looking ahead to compete in a match play tournament for the flight championships. AFS rules and you are a great example of that. Thank you so much for helping me get my groove back!

cog