McKee: Real Soul Care physiotherapy ‘reduces pain’
McKee, owner and coach, opened Integrative Health Approaches, doing business as Real Soul Care, Monday, April 2 — offering Migun Therapy to the Greater Farragut community.
McKee is founder and CEO of Real Soul Care and teacher and healer for Integrative Health Approaches. She explained “migun” is Korean for “beautiful health.”
“Migun Therapy sessions use an FDA-approved Class II medical device designed to treat many different kinds of pain, including those resulting from both acute and chronic conditions,” she said. The physiotherapy whole-body treatment “combines elements of chiropractic, massage, acupressure and far infrared heat therapy.
“Migun Therapy provides a treatment method that focuses on reducing pain levels by incorporating the science of movement,” McKee added. “It helps to improve, restore, maintain and maximize motion, functional strength and overall well-being by addressing underlying tissues.
“Far infrared heat is the key component of a Migun Therapy session. The handheld lights are a great way to pre-treat or post-treat those hard-to-reach places.
“Integrative medicine and health reaffirm the importance of the relationship between practitioner and patient, focuses on the whole person, is informed by evidence and makes use of all appropriate therapeutic approaches, healthcare professionals and disciplines to achieve optimal health and healing,” McKee said.
Along with founding Real Soul Care and owning Integrative Health Approaches, she also is a certified dream coach at True Purpose Community and Training.
In this role, McKee helps business owners deal with stress, and she has authored “Fearless Women: Knoxville.”
While the Migun Therapy has been around for about 20 years, she learned about it when she and her husband, Bill, were seeking a solution to their own neck and back conditions and discovered the therapy.
“I’m about what actually works,” McKee said.
She previously had a business in Farragut using the Migun Therapy beds, but after receiving more training as a coach, she closed the clinic in 2011 to travel and focus more on coaching.
However, McKee said she decided to return to the field and opened her business when she “saw what was happening with health care and that more people were having pain. To make a healthy society, we need healthy people.”
To book an appointment, text 865-755-0778.