Client presented with severe pain in the right wrist. Assessment found that the muscles that extend the hand at the wrist had a great deal of hardened connective tissue that had developed a ropey feel and that actively prevented the hand from closing all of the way. We did 3 sessions spaced a week apart [...]Read more
Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) dysfunction is a diagnosis for a range of neuromuscular imbalances rooted in mis-calibrated neural feedback from muscles of the jaw, cranium and/or neck, resulting in chronic pain. Standard options for treating TMJ include retraining using mechanical appliances, drugs or surgery. Fortunately many cases of TMJ can be treated quickly with long lasting [...]Read more
Frozen Shoulder: Also known as adhesive capsulitis. Root cause is inflammation of the shoulder joint capsule from any cause. The secondary effect is tightening and hardening of the soft tissues that surround and cross the joint. This shortened tissue can aggravate the joint further, creating a chronic condition, that does not seem to get any [...]Read more
i woke up this morning,and there is a noticeable difference. last night, after i left your house, i concentrated on not limping/favoring and breaking that pattern. then D. brought my “good shoes” home from the health club which fit me properly. that helped too.
my body feels the most normal it has since pre-accident. so [...]
Client presented with high level chronic anxiety which prevented getting more than a couple of hours of sleep at a time. I used a combination of Reflex Integration and Goal Balancing techniques. This is a follow up from several days later:
I have felt more calm since I last saw you.”