Dr. Mathew Wilding
Dr. Wilding was born and raised in the Great Lakes region of Northern Ontario, Canada. While growing up there he spent most of his time participating in a wide variety of sports. When the inevitable sports injuries were incurred, it was his family chiropractor who provided the necessary care to ensure a timely and healthy recovery. At age 13, he was injured quite severely and suffered two herniated cervical discs and badly damaged ligaments in his neck. After consulting with a neurosurgeon, it was decided that a course of chiropractic treatments should be attempted before surgery was performed. After several months of regular treatment and rehabilitation exercises, he was able to return to regular activities without having to undergo surgery. It was this experience that led him to choose chiropractic as his profession. He received his doctorate from Northwestern Health Sciences University in Minnesota before relocating to North Carolina to establish his practice.
Dr. Wilding began his practice in North Carolina in 1998, and since then has provided treatment to many thousands of people in the region. His primary areas of continued education are in the fields of nutrition, functional neurology, functional medicine, and gastrointestinal health.
In addition to the usual muscle and joint problems seen by most doctors of chiropractic, Dr. Wilding spends most of his time helping people with thyroid conditions such as Hashimoto's or Grave's disease, gastrointestinal conditions such as IBS, Crohn's, Ulcerative Colitis, chronic migraine, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, depression and anxiety, and autoimmunity. These conditions are addressed using a combination of therapies and clinical nutrition that is tailored to each person based upon their unique blood chemistry.
Dr. Wilding enjoys distilling everything he learns and presenting the information to his community so that people may be empowered to take valuable steps to improve and protect their own health without the need of any practitioner.