Treatments

Craniosacral Therapy (CST)

Myofascial Release (MFR)

  • A safe and effective hands-on technique that involves applying a gentle, sustained pressure into the myofascial (muscle-connective tissue) restrictions to eliminate pain and restore motion.

  • This direct technique enhances strength, improves flexibility, and heightens posture and movement awareness.
     

Who This Benefits

This type of release is helpful for multiple conditions, such as back pain, birthing injuries and pelvic pain, bulging or degenerative discs, bursitis, carpal tunnel, cerebral palsy, spinal injuries, whiplash, chronic fatigue or pain, frozen shoulder, headaches or migraines, osteoarthritis, scars and scoliosis, and much more!

  • A form of bodywork that uses gentle touch to palpate the synarthrodial joints of the cranium (skull) or the sacrum (tailbone) that release tensions deep in the body to relieve pain and dysfunction and improve whole body health and performance. 

  • This non-invasive, light touch approach enhances the body's own healing capabilities and affects the pressure and circulation of the cerebral spinal fluid that bathes the brain and spinal cord. 
     

Who This Benefits

CST has proven effective in aiding individuals with a wide range of medical challenges associated with pain and dysfunction, including, migraines, neck, back pain, and much more!

Total Body Balancing (TBB)

  • A total body evaluation and treatment using long levers (arms, legs, torso, head/neck) and rhythmic mobilizations to release tension in the muscle, fascia (connective tissue), joint capsules and ligaments to improve supply lines of blood, nerve and lymphatic drainage thus restoring energy flow.

  • This long lever technique influences all systems of the body, including musculoskeletal, myofascial (muscle-connective tissue), craniosacral (skull-tailbone), visceral (organs), blood vessels, and lymphatic systems to promote and treat the body as a whole. 

  • Total Body Balancing can be used in the treatment of back pain, sciatica, neck pain, headaches, rib pain, upper and lower extremity orthopedic dysfunctions, swelling, and postural asymmetry. 

 

Who This Benefits

This gentle and effective treatment is appropriate for the following patient populations: pediatrics, geriatrics, sports injuries, amputees. Those who have suffered auto accidents, or patients with general orthopedic, respiratory, or neurological conditions.

Strain-Counterstrain (S-CS)

  • A type of passive manual therapy that alleviates tension and tender points by putting the body in a position opposite from the message of strain to restore normal tissue length. 

  • This relaxation or release also restores joint mobility, range of motion, strength, and other structures in the surrounding areas that may have been compressed. 

 

Who This Benefits

This technique is effective in a wide variety of orthopedic conditions such as headaches, fibromyalgia, sciatica and other nerve pain, tendonitis, acute and chronic pain, post-surgical conditions, and much more!

Therapeutic Exercise and Movements

  • Postural Education 

  • Pain Prevention & Management

  • Core & Posterior Chain Strengthening

  • Foundation Training

  • Age Reversing Therapeutic Movements

  • Therapeutic Movements for Post Surgery or Injuries

  • Breathing Techniques

  • Gait and Balance Training

  • Mobility and Stabilization Exercises

  • Neuromuscular Re-education

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