On the flip side (or possibly just further along the spectrum from the “wonky” people) are the patients who have pain all over, and who haven’t managed to find anyone who can help them.
I also treat people with physical restrictions following surgery – for example, working with scar tissue after breast cancer.
I can’t promise that I can help; but I have a variety of treatment techniques up my sleeve (including training in craniosacral therapy and visceral manipulation) and this often allows me to help people recover some or all of their quality of life, in some unexpected ways. And I do like a challenge! I also have a relatively “outside the box” way of looking at the body, which can sometimes lead to some interesting breakthroughs.
Please have a look at my case studies for examples of people I’ve managed to help with unusual problems!
The good news is that, although the treatment room has to close, this doesn’t mean that treatment has to stop.
It is really important all my patients do not lose momentum in their recoveries and I am glad to say I have a number of solutions to ensure I can carry on providing the best treatment possible: