Manual Medicine Therapies
TCM and principles of osteopathy are incorporated throughout his work, providing a unique and profound diagnostic approach and manual medicine therapy.
Muscle Energy Technique (MET)
This involves the patient actively contracting and relaxing specific muscles groups while the practitioner provides gentle manual guidance.
This is a therapeutic method that treats misalignment of the body. It releases abnormal tensions in the body which lead to functional and structural problems. This is accomplished not by force, but rather by inviting the body to relax, breathe and move in the direction of ease.
Koshi Balancing focuses on two concepts, structural distortion and bio-tensegrity, to identify misalignment in the body. Seeing, palpation, movement, and acupoint stimulation are used to correct this misalignment. When the meridians are in structural alignment, qi flows, movements are graceful, and there is harmony in mind, body, and spirit.
This involves positioning the body so that targeted muscle groups are relieved of their load and pain is released.
This is a type of manual therapy to relieve pain, improve mobility and restore balance to the body. The goal is to release restrictions and promote optimal functioning.
Myofascial Release (Direct and Indirect)
This manual therapy is used to relieve pain and restricted movement caused by tension in the fascia. Fascia is the connective tissue that surrounds muscles and organs in the body.
Applied Kinesiology (AK)
This uses manual muscle testing to diagnose and treat health problems. It is based on the principle that muscles reflect the health of underlying bodily systems and their association to nerves.
A manual therapy working with the subtle movement of cerebrospinal fluids that flow through the skull, spine and sacrum.