Who we are?

At 365Wellness we do things differently and we are proud of that.

Instead of simply looking at you as a bunch of parts that can fail individually and trying to fix these individual parts separately, we know that you are much more complex than that. Your health (or lack of) is a result how your system deals with what you do to it, both good and bad, in your everyday life. It is how your body as a whole system is able to cope with these stresses that leads to either good health or poor health. Simply fixing a broken part without addressing the underlying problem is like replacing a worn tire when the cause of the premature wear is improper wheel alignment. Unless you address the underlying problem, the symptom will always come back.

That’s why we take a whole systems approach to your health which involves engaging you as both a client in our clinic and the owner of your own health and wellness. It’s why we refer to you as a client in our clinic and why you will never be called a “Patient” at 365Wellness.

You might think it strange that we don’t use the word patient but we have our reasons and we think they are really good ones too!!!!

The word patient implies that you have a passive role to play in your health. Take for instance the term Doctor-patient relationship. This term essentially creates a power imbalance that puts the doctor in charge of doing something and the patient in charge of receiving it as if creating better health were that simple.

 It is an antiquated model that aims to serve the needs of the health care provider more than it does the “patient” and we care too much about our clients to not put their needs first.

Fortunately for our clients, we know that their role is anything but passive and good health starts with them; not us. Our job is to help support our clients and give them the tools they need to do the job right. As owners of their own health, they are truly the ones in the position of authority when it comes to getting and staying healthy and we are just fine with that.

So enough about us…..we want to know more about you and how we can help you take back ownership of your health.

Ready to take the first step? Click here.

 365 Wellness - Your everyday wellness partner

Dr. Darrell Wade DC, Chiropractor

Dr. Wade is a 2003 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa and is the founder and Clinical Director of 365 Wellness. Dr. Wade's vision to create 365 Wellness is the result of 15 years of clinical practice treating clients with a variety of health care ailments as well as his extensive work in health care leadership where he has served as CEO and president for the Newfoundland and Labrador Chiropractic Association, Governor of the Canadian Chiropractic Association, Registrar for the Newfoundland and Labrador Chiropractic Board, and President of the Newfoundland and Labrador Public Health Association. Through this experience Dr. Wade realized that true wellness is much more complex than simply not being in pain.  This gave rise to the individualized 365 Wellness plan that makes 365 Wellness truly different from other so called "wellness" clinics and guides clients towards true and total wellness.

Dr. Wade is available for consultations and wellness assessments Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Wade, click here

Dr. Darrell  J Wade DC

Our Registered Massage Therapists:


Timothy Foote RMT SMT (cc)

Timothy has been a registered massage therapist since 2013 and is an active member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Newfoundland and Labrador, and with the Newfoundland and Labrador Massage Therapy Association. Timothy is also a Sport Massage Therapist-certification candidate with the Canadian Sport Massage Therapists Association and has personal experience in several sports including powerlifting, track and field, martial arts, and soccer. In the last 5 years, he has worked with and treated world class athletes from several sports, including wrestling, and powerlifting and was part of the 2015 Pan American Games medical team. Tim has a special interest in treating active clients who have experienced injuries to help them get back to their desired activities. Tim loves spending time with his family, and riding motorcycle. He is a father of 4.

Katie Vinnicombe RMT

Katie is a 2018 graduate from  Eastern Academy. She is an active member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapy of Newfoundland and Labrador, and with the Newfoundland and Labrador Massage Therapy Association. Katie was born and raised in St. John’s. 
and having played basketball for 12 years has now been coaching basketball for the past 6 years. In 2014 she was awarded Newfoundland and Labrador Basketball Coach of the Year. Katie enjoys an active lifestyle which includes going to the gym, hiking with her dogs, playing sports and travelling.  She specializes in helping people recover from their injuries and improve their overall health. 

Russell Tuton, BSc (hons) psych, BSW, MSW, RSW

Russell Tuton is a registered Social Worker with more than twenty years of practice experience in mental health and addictions. He has worked with individuals and groups in psychiatric facilities, residential rehabilitation programs and in community settings, including crisis response and trauma recovery. Russell has expertise in empowerment focused interventions in the areas of resource counselling, adjustment therapies and recovery. Through his education and experience, Russell has gained understanding in the areas of mental health and illness, substance abuse and misuse, survivors and perpetrators of violence and trauma, gender and sexual identity, cultural safety and mindfulness. As a social worker, Russell is committed to equality, and supports diversity, in all its forms. He believes strongly in the resilience of individuals and their capacity to change.