Intuitively connecting with whatever that ails you.
What count's in life is not the mere fact that we have lived.
It is what difference we have made to the lives of others
that will determine the significance of the life we lead.
~ Nelson Mandela
"All healing is self-healing." Wayne Lee
My practice is to assist you in your healing journey.
Being proactive; in order to meet the resistance (fibrosis) I have the ability to connect and assist you in finding the length in your fine tuning muscles.
Surgery of any kind always results in the formation of scar tissue; which can cause a reduced range of motion (which may indicate further surgery) which we want to avoid.
Hot rocks assist in focusing and relaxing specific areas of the body as well as tailoring the sessions to the body's unique meridians and acupoints. For more information on meridians by Donna Eden click here.
Maintain Range of Motion
Myofascial Pain Syndrome
Chronic Pain in muscles and/or fascia, tender trigger points (more specific points in body) and limited range of motion.
Fibromyalgia more general located points in the body.
IDENTIFYING and REMOVING the cause of the problem is a prerequisite for long term relief of these tender points.
Degenerative joint disease. Gradual degeneration in cartilage. Affecting joints in fingers, spine, hip and knee. As cartilage breaks down new bone tissue forms under its surface and protrusions of bone (spurs) tend to grow at the joint margins.
Abnormal immune cells accumulate in synovial joints.
Gradual loss of myelin sheaths (details are significant in his/her signs and symptoms so that areas of numbness are treated with specific care and in contact with treating MD).
Deficiency of a brain transmitter called Dopamine in the Cerebrum.
Caused by trauma or movements that cause ligaments to stretch beyond its normal length. Sprains heal more slowly because ligaments have no direct blood supply.
Strains are an excessively pulled muscle. Strains usually occur where the tendon attaches to the bone. There may have been a "snapping" sound at the moment of the strain, esp. if it is severe.