about us

If you’re looking for primary core specialists who treat both individuals and families, you’ve come to the right place. SquareOne Wellness provides compassionate health care to adults and children. When you choose us as your family medical practice, we’ll work hard to keep you and your loved ones healthy.

mission statement

To treat every patient with compassion and respect by offering a comprehensive and empathetic approach to their complete health and wellness. SquareOne Wellness believes that every patient is unique and requires an individual and personal approach to his/her health.

patient focused health care

Our medical team personalizes our services for each and every patient. Our staff is open to helping you reach any goal. With our team by your side, you can work to manage acute and chronic illness, lose weight, fight addiction, and much more. Our goal is to serve and educate the community. It is our goal to not only provide this service, but to do so in an environment that is inviting, comfortable, and allows all of our patients to live healthier lives.

core values

Courage - We understand that it takes courage to seek help, and we are here to both guide and support you in every step that you take. We want to be…. The first stop to a healthier you.

Patient Advocacy - SquareOne Wellness staff serves as client advocates. Helping navigate through screening, diagnosis, treatment and follow up.

Teamwork - Communication is the key to success. An open door policy is essential to long term wellness, and we make it our priority to understand each patient individually.


Adolescents (12 to 17 years old)

  • In 2015, 276,000 adolescents were current nonmedical users of pain reliever, with 122,000 having an addiction to prescription pain relievers.

  • In 2015, an estimated 21,000 adolescents had used heroin in the past year, and an estimated 5,000 were current heroin users. Additionally, an estimated 6,000 adolescents had a heroin use disorder in 2014.

  • People often share their unused pain relievers, unaware of the dangers of nonmedical opioid use. Most adolescents who misuse prescription pain relievers are given them for free by a friend or relative.

  • The prescribing rates for prescription opioids among adolescents and young adults nearly doubled from 1994 to 2007.


  • Women are more likely to have chronic pain, be prescribed prescription pain relievers, be given higher doses, and use them for longer time periods than men. Women may become dependent on prescription pain relievers more quickly than men. 12

  • 48,000 women died of prescription pain reliever overdoses between 1999 and 2010.