Integrated Body Therapy
What is Integrated Body Therapy?
Integrated Body Therapy is a combination of therapies derived in part from the whole-body approach from the Philosophy of Chinese Medicine, the Principles of Acupuncture and both classical and emerging osteopathic techniques. An assessment will be made based on the clients presenting condition to determine the best path to recovery. This may involve an assessment of the energetic status of the body and digital meridian imaging then treatment with either acupuncture, non-needle acupuncture techniques such as micro-point stimulation, laser light therapy or osteopathic manual therapies.
The osteopathic manual therapies used in Integrated body therapy may consist of craniosacral therapy, visceral manipulation, myofascial release, orthobionomy, ligament influenced fascial techniques, or zero balancing.
Integrated Body Therapy has evolved from the adoption of various treatment techniques, not only from Colin’s own discoveries of what has or has not worked for himself, but also what has helped his clients most. Manual osteopathic techniques in addition to acupuncture and/or Micro Point Stimulation have been integrated into a unique blend that offers encouraging results with re-occurring musculoskeletal pain and conditions that have not responded well to traditional therapies.
Integrated Body Therapy targets the root dysfunction rather than continually chasing your pain symptoms without results. Also, many modalities only address certain components in the body, but Integrated Body Therapy addresses the whole body from the musculoskeletal system, the energy in the meridians, the fascial trains, bones and joints, the craniosacral system, the organs, and the central nervous system.
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