Restore wellness center in California is ‘just a start’
Restore wellness centers are the latest venture by California-based venture capital firm Ahf Ventures to tap into the rapidly growing health care industry.
In a statement, Ahf said it was “very excited to be working with the Valley” to bring the facility to fruition.
Ahf also says it will be the first of its kind in the country.
AhF has built its name on providing the first-of-its-kind, independent wellness center that focuses on a “single focus, and one focused on the patient, with a focus on a specific set of symptoms.”
The company said it plans to “deliver a state-of to-do list for the Valley of Excellence, which we believe will be a great catalyst for the growth of this center.”
In a video announcing the facility, AhF founder David Ahlert called it “a place to go, a place to get well.”
Ahlret said the Valley’s health care system is in desperate need of an “inspirational wellness center,” and the Valley could provide the needed resources.
“We are proud to partner with the valley and bring our wellness center to the Valley,” Ahlrent said.
“A place where people can get better, a community where people feel empowered to go and feel safe to be themselves.”
Ahlfe said the facility will serve as the “hub of the Valley.”
“This center will offer a unique and unique opportunity to serve as a catalyst for a new model of care and provide the Valley a truly unique health care opportunity,” Ahlfed said.
Ahlfer said the wellness center will be “one of the first in the world that offers a full range of wellness services to patients, including physical therapy, nutrition, exercise, massage, and wellness care.”
Ahf added that the facility is currently in the process of seeking “partnerships with leading health care organizations in the region.”