Entrepreneur for Your Good

Meet Larry Butler, Co-Founder 
& Managing Partner, LyfeWell

JCL: Tell us about your business.

LB: LyfeWell leverages science and technology by bringing healing to those who are suffering from a wide variety of health conditions through the application of an alternative medicine wellness approach, capable of providing them a pain-free, better quality of life. We are proud to announce the opening of a one-of-a-kind wellness center based in Johns Creek.

JCL: Welcome to Johns Creek. What services do you offer?

We provide Enhanced Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy and Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy, (E-HBOT). The benefits of E-HBOT have been scientifically proven to improve many health-related conditions, such as chronic illnesses; sports injuries; mental health issues; stress and depression; as well as, overall improvement in the quality of life due to aging. In effect, nearly any medical condition that is circulatory in nature can benefit.

JCL: What can people expect?

LB: Compassionate care and educating our patients in order for them to set reasonable expectations are central to our mission. Assisting people dealing with pain, or improving a person’s quality of life through the use of our therapy is a rewarding experience that can’t be put into words.

JCL: What led you to opening this unique wellness center?

LB: For nearly 40 years, I’ve been thinking outside the box. I’ve launched several new business concepts, many of which were considered “disruptive” due to the risks associated with plowing new ground. As an entrepreneur, I have the uncanny ability to envision an idea, lay out a business plan on a 5” X 5” napkin during lunch then share it with others who would end up catching the vision, too. Breathing life into an idea and seeing it taking shape and becoming productive has been quite fulfilling.

JCL:Sounds like the American Dream.

LB: Having the skills to launch new businesses that contribute to the nation’s economy and putting thousands of people to work has allowed me a front row seat to realize first hand how American capitalism works from ground level, and has led me to the realization that anyone can share in the great American experiment if they use the gifts we’ve been blessed with. By opening LyfeWell, I think we are answering a call for corporate responsibility, contributing to the greater good for our community.

10700 Medlock Bridge Road, Suite 103