Ozar Wellness House is a private healthspace focused on total body wellness, including functional fitness and posture correction.

How we got here

The OWH concept was developed out of a past injury Dr. Ozar suffered playing football. During his own rehabilitation, Dr. Ozar wanted all of his treatment available in one space. At the time, incorporating pilates into the physical therapy and chiropractic realm wasn’t common practice. So Dr. Ozar developed a team approach that allows OWH members and patients to see different specialists in a single day, decreasing the gaps in communication, saving patient’s time, and preventing further injuries.

From just one

Walker Ozar, D.C., founded Beverly Hills Posture in 1999 as a wellness center designed to eliminate the need for patients to travel back and forth between medical offices and fitness studios for their care.
Since then, Walker and his group of veteran health and wellness professionals have worked with thousands of people to create individualized treatment plans as well as complete exercise programs to help clients quickly improve their health.
“We want our patients and members to feel they can come to us for anything and everything when in regards to their health. As our understanding of the body expands, so will the breadth of services we make available to everyone.”
Walker Ozar, D.C./FOUNDER

Services Available at our Location

  • Chiropractor


    Walker Ozar


    Dr. Ozar studied health and science at the University of Arizona, earning his Bachelor of Arts degree. Upon his desire to combine physical therapy and chiropractic, he enhanced his focus on chiropractic rehabilitation, earning a professional degree from the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic. After starting his practice in 1996 at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, Dr. Ozar further developed formulating his philosophy of healing for a few more years. I’m hindsight, Dr. Ozar realized that whenever he and fellow patients had been undergoing rehabilitation, they would bounce through multiple facilities. The desire to develop a one stop shop, is how Dr. Ozar founded the Beverly Hills Posture & Rehabilitation Institute in 1999, and now becoming OWH.

  • Physical Therapist


    Nick Crooks

    Physical Therapist

    Nick Crooks, DPT/CSCS earned his B.S. in Kinesiology and Exercise Science from CSU Northridge and his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from West Coast University. As a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Nick constantly seeks to continue his education in order to stay up to date with the latest treatments and modalities to best treat his patients. Nick holds a Level 1 certification in Functional Movement Systems, and utilizes this expertise to recognize and reinforce movement patterns that support work, sports, and daily activities on an individual basis. Nick views the human body as a machine with many moving parts that inter-depend upon each other in order to function properly. Nick sees both a strength component and a neurological component in everything the body does, and strives to support both aspects when designing patients’ treatment regimens.

  • Acupuncturist


    Jay Bulloch


    Dr. Jay Bulloch, LAc. DAOM (Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Licensed Acupuncturist, Certified in Sports Medicine Acupuncture®) has been a practitioner and teacher since 2001. His professional expertise includes acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, nutrition, manual therapy (Chinese therapeutic massage/tui na, gua sha, cupping, and myofascial therapy), therapeutic exercise and physical rehabilitation, qigong, and meditation for health. In addition to completing his doctorate degree in acupuncture and Oriental medicine, focusing on Chinese internal and integrative medicine, Dr. Bulloch has undergone comprehensive specialist training in orthopedics and sports medicine. He is one of only a handful of doctors in the U.S.A. fully certified in Sports Medicine Acupuncture®. His integrative approach combines multiple modalities to provide holistic health care for a variety of health issues. Jay has extensive experience treating chronic pain, acute injuries, and a range of internal medicine conditions–including gastrointestinal complaints, thyroid conditions, immune dysfunction such as autoimmune diseases, allergies, and weak immunity, chronic stress conditions, and adrenal exhaustion. He also provides preventative medicine and wellness regimens for promoting optimal wellbeing.

  • L.Ac, OMD


    Jenny Jin

    L.Ac, OMD

    Jenny Jin, L.Ac, OMD, has been practicing acupuncture for the past 20 years. A graduate of Nanjing Medical University in China and University of Southern California, she began her career working in the Pain Management Clinic at USC. Dr. Jin treats a range of problems, including sciatica, menstrual cramps, morning sickness, infertility, menopausal symptoms, impotence, prostate issues, digestion, irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, cystitis, high blood pressure, insomnia, migraines, poor circulation, varicose veins, asthma, arthritis, psoriasis, eczema, weight loss, allergies, tension, and depression. Aside from the use of needles to stimulate the organs, she also uses herbs to complete the healing process and return each patient to good health and wellbeing.

  • PT, DPT


    Kristian Noguchi-Salazar

    PT, DPT

    Kristian Noguchi-Salazar PT, DPT received his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Long Beach State University and his Doctor of Physical Therapy at Indiana State University in Terre Haute, Indiana. Kristian’s interest in physical therapy is driven by his compassion. He is motivated to create a positive impact and improve the quality of life for his patients. Kristian performed various clinical rotations in outpatient orthopedics, skilled nursing, sports rehabilitation and acute stroke rehabilitation. Kristian was fortunate enough to work with triathletes, professional surfers, the USA Olympic sailing team, and the 2019 NFL combine prep, which consisted of over 25 NFL draft members.

  • Pilates instructor


    Oxana Kotcherga

    Pilates instructor

    Oxana has been a Los Angeles based, full-time, Pilates Method training professional for the last 19 years. She received an International Pilates Certification in 2000, with specific training in physical rehabilitation modalities. For the past 17 years her Pilates training practice has exclusively resided in Chiropractic/ physical therapy clinics, where her expertise has helped a wide range of patients with varied physical issues. She has taught Pilates Method to other instructors in both Los Angeles and in Russia. Aside from Pilates, Oxana is a licensed Kundalini Yoga Instructor via The Kundalini Research Institute. From this same licensing body, Oxana also earned additional certification as an instructor of the special practice of prenatal yoga. This advanced yoga training provides Oxana with the ability to further enhance her physical therapy work in Pilates Method with an approach that incorporates valuable aspects of yoga.

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