CraniolSacral Therapy or CST is an extremely powerful but gentle treatment that releases tension in the central nervous system to allow the entire body to relax and self correct.
Using distinctive light touch techniques they releases any bodily restrictions that have been identified. By freeing the central nervous system to perform at its best, CST naturally eliminates pain and stress and strengthens your resistance to disease enhancing your health and wellbeing.
I am constantly amazed at the success of this therapy and the pain relief it provides to my patients.
For examples of cases in which I have implemented CranioSacral Therapy visit the Case Studies in my Blog.
Visceral Manipulation (VM) is a hands -on- therapy with the specific goal of improving the function of the body. It addresses structural imbalances, tensions and restrictions by facilitating normal motion of the body, both within and between the tissues. The ultimate goal of VM is improved health to allow the body to function optimally.
VM uses gentle, specifically placed manual forces that encourage normal movement, tone and internal movement of the organs, their supporting structures, fascia, nerves and blood vessels.
Applied Kinesiology is a non-invasive practice used to treat individuals rather than diseases, and so each treatment programme is unique for that person.
The method of AK is primarily concerned with neuromuscular function and how it relates to the regulation of structural, chemical and mental physiology. It uses the principle that the body is a self- maintaining, self-correcting mechanism.
Using light pressure to test your muscles, Kinesiologists first seek to detect if you have any health imbalances, by relating weakness in different muscles to different areas of your body. Once identified treatment will aim to rebalance your body through various techniques including massage, structural and emotional techniques. As they are also trained in nutrition they may also recommend changes to lifestyle and diet.
Applied Kinesiology (With Jennifer Emmott)
I have worked with many sports organisations as their preferred Osteopath and am a sports injury specialist providing specific sport injury clinics for; lower leg, ankle and foot, knee and thigh injuries. Lower back pain, shoulder injuries, elbow injuries and more.
Prevention is better than cure, right?
Bad posture whilst working can cause untold problems with your body mechanics.
Particularly during lockdown I have seen an increase in cases stemming from postural issues. I suspect that working from home is a great contributor to this. Afterall working with your laptop on your knee, or sitting for hours in a chair that doesn't offer the correct support, is not a great idea.
However, with the more relaxed "office spaces" this issue is also on the increase.
I am now able to offer Work Place Assessments to ensure you, and/or your staff are sitting comfortably and correctly. Please don't hesitate to contact me for further details.