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Cranial Sacral Therapy
A gentle, hands-on method of evaluating and enhancing the functioning of the
neurological system. The craniosacral system is comprised of numerous membranes, the spine, sacrum,
spinal cord, dural tissues, brain tissue, cranial sutures, diaphragms, and cerebral spinal fluid. Any
limitations to the system can affect the overall function of the neurological system and create numerous
symptoms. Common symptoms when this system is restricted include: headaches, migraines, spinal
pain, fatigue, TMJ syndrome, facial pain, ear pain, difficulty swallowing, and numerous central nervous
system disorders.

Visceral Manipulation
A gentle hands-on manual therapy to the abdominal region. The treatment
utilizes gentle compression, mobilization, and elongation of the soft tissues. These gentle manipulations
can potentially improve functioning of individual organs, the systems the organs function within, and the
structural integrity of the entire body. Optimum health relies on this relationship between the motions
of the organs and all other structures of the body. When injury, surgery, infections, poor posture, bad
diet, pregnancy, inactivity, and disease occur this alters the tension in the connective tissue and fascia
surrounding the abdominal region and organs. Over time this can lead to referred pain into the body via
spinal cord connections and reduce the overall function of the organs affected decreasing our health.
Common symptoms include: abdominal pain or symptoms, chronic spinal pain, pelvic pain, groining
pain, shoulder problems, and occasionally neck or facial symptoms.

Vestibular Rehabilitation
Various treatments which primarily address Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) with Canalith Repositioning Maneuvers. Also gaze stabilization exercises, balance retraining, gait training, and fall prevention activities are commonly utilized to help patents with reports of imbalance, dizziness, vertigo, fall history, and difficulty with movements not related to pain. Spinal and Joint Manipulations: manual treatment that uses a high velocity low amplitude trust to restore movement and reduce muscle and neurological irritation.

Facial Cupping
A technique that utilizes pressure to physically stretch connective tissue and improve circulation.

Graston techniques or “Gau Sha” scrapping.
A treatment that utilizes a tool to physically disrupts hypertonic tissue, scar tissue, or areas with limited ROM.

Herbal Medicine
The use plant parts to treat disease, prevent illness, and enhance an individual’s health. They can be made into: infusions, decoctions, tinctures, powders, capsules, syrups, oils, ointments, teas, and creams.

Muscle Energy Techniques
MET is a type of osteopathic manipulative treatment used in osteopathic
medicine and physical therapy. It is a non-invasive direct hands on technique used to treat somatic
dysfunction. MET helps to normalize joint motion, increase range of motion, decrease muscle tightness,
increase muscle strength, balance ligament length, improve circulation, decrease nerve tension, and
reduce pain.

Strain counter strain
A positional trigger point release technique.

Dry needling
A form of treatment utilizing acupuncture needles inserted into muscle trigger points, along
nerve pathways, and tendon junctions to stimulate healing, reduce nerve irritations, stimulate
circulation, and assist with pain management.

HVLAT (High Velocity Low Amplitude Thrust) 
Mobilization techniques to quickly reposition joints in the
body back into their proper position.