September 21, 2010 — Creating Wellness Alliance (CWA), headquartered in New Jersey, announced today that they are donating a Creating Wellness Center to the Chiropractic and Wellness Centre of Ghana, Africa.
With the establishment of this new center, CWA, with close to 300 centers, will provide wellness services in North America, New Zealand, Europe, and Africa.
This donation marks a tremendous mile-stone for CWA, established in 2003, whose goal of promoting and providing wellness services around the world continues to materialize. With CW Centers beginning to be established around the world, Creating Wellness has strategically position its wellness solution, assessment technology and Wellness Quotient (WQ) as the benchmark in the wellness industry.
Their Creating Wellness Assessment station is so revolutionary that it provides the first ever Wellness Quotient (WQ) for individuals. The WQ shows the user their own level of wellness on a scale from zero to two hundred, with recommendations and direction on how to continually improve their lifestyle.
The Chiropractic and Wellness Centre of Ghana was founded by Dr. Marcus Manns. His sole purpose was to bring a higher level of wellness care to the continent while educating communities on the importance of a healthy nervous system, proper nutrition, physical fitness and making the right wellness choices in their lives.
“Creating Wellness continues to expand, break through to new levels and move forward with our goal of World Wide Wellness,” commented Dr. Patrick Gentempo, CEO Creating Wellness Alliance. “Words cannot truly express the extraordinary work Dr. Manns has accomplished in Ghana, and the entire Creating Wellness team is honored to make this donation,” continued Gentempo.
“Ghana is a poor nation, without a number of basic services many of us take for granted,” said Manns. “The donation of Creating Wellness went above and beyond my expectations. The average life expectancy in Ghana is 57, my goal is to raise that age to 60, and the establishment of Creating Wellness in Ghana is a tremendous step towards achieving that goal,” commented Manns.
In addition to establishing a Creating Wellness Center in Ghana, Manns and his team are in the process of raising funds to establish the first ever Wellness Ambulance. “If someone is in need of emergency care at a hospital they must hire a taxi, drive themselves or walk to get there. We will create an ambulance that will help people focus on not waiting for an emergency in the first place,” said Manns.
“We’re excited that Creating Wellness is truly becoming a global presence for consumers and corporations,” stated Deb Cassera, president of Creating Wellness Alliance. “The opening of a center in Africa, with someone of Manns’ qualifications, is a tremendous step in our evolution of providing wellness solutions to the world – and we look forward to partnering with his team in raising the average life expectancy age to 60 in Ghana,” continued Cassera.
Source: Creating Wellness Alliance, www.creatingwellness.com