About Our Practice
Dr. Moos and the team at Health-Plus take a unique approach to health care and body maintenance. He has served as a sports injury consultant to many colleges and universities throughout the United States. His work has included treatment of athletes that have played in the NFL & NBA, as well as athletes that have competed in the Olympics in multiple different sports. Our goal at Health-Plus is to empower each person to reach their optimum health & performance potential.
Dr. Noah Moos D.C.
Dr. Moos is a cum laude graduate of Logan Chiropractic College in Chesterfield, MO. He is a Fellow of the Acupuncture Society of America (FASA) and traveled to China as part of a select group to practicipate in the 2nd Beijing International Symposium on Integrated Medicine. He also holds certifications in Applied Kinesiology & Quantum Neurology Rehabilitation®. He graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Health & Human Perfomance from Fort Hays State University with an emphasis in Excerise Physiology. He is very passionate about health, wellness and helping each person reach their optimum health potential.
Nick Picchetti, LMT
Licensed Massage Therapist / Clinical Sports Massage
Nick moved to Austin in 2012 to work at Health-Plus ATX. This is where he found his passion for helping people and competitive sports. In 2013 he got his certification to use a Cold Deep Tissue K-Laser therapy and received his massage therapy schooling from The Lauterstein and Conway Massage school in 2015. He currently Races Category 1 mountain bikes and enjoys trail running in his free time. Nick knows what athletes need to recover and how to prevent injuries.
Clinical Sports Massage is a massage style composed of Myofascial Release, Deep tissue Sports Massage, and Trigger Point Therapy with an emphasis on sports performance, anatomy, and recovery . I work with a variety of injuries in athletes as well as repetitive stress soft tissue disorders in occupational settings such as carpal tunnel, tennis/golfers elbow, plantar fasciitis, and shin splints. A lot of these discomforts form over time from repetitive use, vigorous training, and sustained and awkward positions. If you train regularly or have a high stress/high demand job it is important to be receiving some maintenance soft tissue bodywork on a regular basis to help prevent any issues or injuries from forming and to combat the effects of stress. Check out my website for more information and online booking.
Natalie Picchetti-Moos, MSHNFM
Functional Medicine Nutritionist
Natalie found functional medicine and nutrition after searching for her own health answers. As an elite track athlete running for the University of Georgia, she was one of the top runners in the country. After qualifying for the Olympic Trials, she noticed some changes in her body and soon was barely able to run at all. Looking for answers from the medical world, she became frustrated with the many visits to doctors who could not provide any insight to get those answers. She decided to understand the human body for herself. Natalie graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Pre-Medicine and Psychology, along with a minor in Biology. She also worked in the neuroscience research lab at the University of Georgia and the University of Texas. After exploring and trying many different therapies, she found her passion in functional medicine and nutrition, as it has been the key that guided her back to her own health. Following her passion, she then earned her master’s degree in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine from the University of Western States. She believes that health issues need to be investigated and wants to bring a multidimensional health approach to those she helps. Natalie's philosophy is rooted in functional medicine and for those who are looking for natural solutions to health problems. With her unique background, she can help with a wide variety of issues including chronic illness, sports performance, metabolic disorders, diabetic and blood sugar support, heart health, weight management, hormone balance, and much more. Natalie also specializes in custom nutrition planning, 23andMe genome interpretation, & NET.