Promoting healing through cutting edge treatments, patient-centered care, and holistic interventions.


Founding Physician-Jonathan Pasma, D.O.

A Tri-Cities native, Dr. Pasma is a board certified physiatrist, a specialty devoted to restoring function and optimizing patient wellness. As a runner and sports enthusiast, Dr. Pasma naturally gravitates toward medicine that treats the whole-body with an integrative approach.  He is ecstatic to bring cutting edge treatments to the Tri-Cities. He sees the key to health and wellness as providing the right conditions for the body to heal.


Jay Loera, MD

Dr. Loera received his medical degree from Medical College of Wisconsin and then completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at Oregon Health & Science University. As an Emergency medicine physician he has seen many people with chronic pain and long-term injuries. Given this experience and unique viewpoint, Dr. Loera believes that focusing on prevention and early treatment is the key to success and long lasting health. He has a special interest in rehabilitative medicine and sports medicine. Dr. Loera loves spending time with his family and exploring the outdoors.



Dana Ellis, ARNP

After spending eight years as a registered nurse, Dana pursued and completed an advanced degree in nursing to become an ARNP. Although her practice has historically drawn her to complex patients, she sees a simpler path toward health and well-being for individuals by prioritizing taking care of the body. Personally, she stewards her body, mind, and soul with lots of family time filled with dancing, singing, and princess dress-up (happily married with two girls.)




Founding Partner- Ryan Kiely

Ryan is trained as a mental health therapist with experience developing and implementing innovative behavioral health and primary care programs. Essentially, his professional career has been devoted to people’s mental and physical wellness. He is passionate about bringing optimal physical health to individuals, as physical well-being and mental well-being are symbiotic forces. Besides promoting health, he runs, practices yoga, and spends time with family. He also enjoys eating whatever Dr. Pasma cooks up- be sure to ask him for some recipes.