Back Care & Pain Relief

Integrated Approach to Being Pain-Free

All health problems, including pain conditions, respond best when your whole body is in balance. Our approach addresses three primary “systems” in your body—your “structural system”, your “nutritional system” and your “energetic system”. When these three systems are balanced, your body is in a state of optimal health.

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Structural Balance

Structural balance is achieved by restoring proper alignment and mobility to your body’s tissues. Osteopathic manual therapies such as Mechanical Link, Cranial Sacral Therapy, Visceral Manipulation, and Bowen Therapy are used. MBFD® postural corrective exercise programs may also be integrated.

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Nutritional Balance

Nutritional balance is achieved by optimizing your body’s detoxification systems and by correcting nutritional imbalances that may be underlying your pain condition. For example: When the liver is under stress it can become depleted in the element sulphur. All of your body’s connective tissues require the nutrient sulphur in order to function optimally. By replacing sulphur not only does liver function improve but all of your connective tissues receive the proper nutrition for metabolic functioning. Techniques such as FBA (Functional Bioanalysis), herbal medicine, food sensitivity testing, and diet modification are used.

Energetic Balance

Energetic balance is achieved by balancing your body’s acupuncture meridians through energy medicine techniques. By improving energy or “chi” flow through your meridian system your whole body is supported toward optimal health. Stress is one of the biggest causes of blockages in your body’s energetic system. Techniques such as TBM (Total Body Modification), Energy Grounding, Homeopathic Medicine, Biokinetics, and Body Harmonization are used.

Conditions Benefited

  1. Arthritis
  2. Back and Neck Pain
  3. Car Accidents
  4. Concussions
  5. Fibromyalgia
  6. Frozen Shoulder
  7. Herniated Discs
  1. Knee Pain
  2. Headaches
  3. Sciatica
  4. Sports Injuries
  5. Sprains / Strains
  6. Tendonitis
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