Joda Woolley, CEO
I believe all of us who desire to be of service to humankind are always looking for better ways in which to accomplish that goal.
My path started years ago when I opened the Wholistic Wellness Center in Kissimmee, Florida, my first enterprise in the health industry.
The modalities I used in my work brought great relief from pain and suffering for my clients, which was deeply rewarding. It validated that I was on the right path, providing an essential service to my community using the holistic principles that deeply resonated with me.
Still, it wasn’t enough. I would lay awake at night, struggling to answer the persistent questions in my head: “Why were these people so sick? What was keeping them sick? How could I be sure that, once they found relief, they would continue to improve? What was the missing link between feeling better today versus feeling great forever?” Questions I’m guessing most compassionate, truth-seeking practitioners regularly ask themselves.
Lee Woolley, Founder & Developer
There must be a way to find out what is going on in the body before illness strikes.
That was my thought immediately after my mother died needlessly from a heart attack at the age of 54. I talked to my brother, Spencer, about it and we agreed that we needed to discover the answer.
At the time, I was going to school for business and computer programming, and Spencer was working as a Physician’s Assistant for our family doctor, S. Crawford Duhon. Dr. Duhon was one of the early proponents of skin/scratch testing for allergy elimination and had been working with Dr. Abram Burr from Arizona in the early days of a new type of medicine – clinical ecology.
My mother had asthma and seasonal allergies. While growing up, mom wasn’t well enough to even go outside. She spent most of her time in bed or just trying to breathe. After years of misery, she finally found relief with Dr. Duhon, fed up with “It’s all in your mind, there is no such thing as an allergy,” rebukes from other doctors.