Do you feel limited in CrossFit, your fitness routine, or life in general by pain and issues with your…
  • Back?
  • Neck?
  • Shoulder?
  • Knee?
  • Hip?
  • Ankle?
  • Elbow?
  • Wrist?

We focus on solving these problems with our clients!

Life is a lot more fun when you are pain free, doing the things you love, and enjoying time with your friends and family.

We help you live the high performance, pain-free life you deserve!

The WERK Mission

In practicing physiotherapy since 2017, I have found that often times conventional medicine fails because it does not address all of the stressors contributing to a patient’s pain and injury. In our modern world, we often don’t take enough time to rest and truly address these stressors. At WERK Wellness, I strive to address pain and stress through holistic measures including manual therapy, exercise, breathwork, education, and by holding the space for deep and meaningful recovery to occur. 

The WERK Process

Find Real Cause of Your Pain

We’ll take you through a comprehensive biomechanical assessment and identify the cause of your problem. Then we’ll explain what must be done to get you back to full speed and back to the activities you enjoy.

Fix Your Problem Areas

We’ll develop a treatment plan that will be tailored specifically to you and your goals. This will ultimately allow us to get you stronger, pain-free, and on track to reach your goals more effectively and efficiently.

Stay At Peak Performance

After we treat your current symptoms, our focus will shift to optimizing your physical health and well-being. We’ll strive to ensure you reach and maintain top condition through preventive strategies going forward.

What People Say About WERK Wellness PT

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Dr. Krzysztof Pakula, DPT

Dr. Krzysztof “Xtof” Pakula, DPT, is the founder and CEO of WERK Wellness Physiotherapy, Inc. Born in Poland and raised in Illinois, Krzysztof has long been driven by two major passions – personal wellness and helping others. Once he discovered that he could fulfill both of these passions as a physical therapist, he studied to earn his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Northwestern University in 2017.

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