Postural Rebalancing describes the focus and purpose of this massage therapy approach. The goal is to improve form and function by combining manual therapy techniques such as, neuromuscular therapy (P. St. John), fascial release (J. Rockwell), orthopedic massage (J. Waslaski), Neurokinetics ( B. Vaughn), active isolated stretching (A. Mattes), and rehabilitative exercise (PFIT).
Acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine and dietary recommendations compliment the manual therapy. Oriental Medicine stands alone to treat a wide range of acute and chronic health conditions beyond musculoskeletal pain conditions.
Years In Practice35
EducationAcademy of Oriental Medicine Austin, Graduate School of Integrative Medicine, 3210 hour AOM training, completed 7/2009, Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (TX)
TrainingDr. Scherer's Academy of Natural Healing, Santa Fe NM, 1000 hour MT training, completed 5/1983
Affiliationsmember, Texas Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
CertificationDiplomate of Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)
ServicesTreating acute and chronic musculoskeletal pain conditions whether sprain/strain, degenerative, overuse or stress induced.
Posture assessment, manual muscle testing and range of motion measurements provide insights and strategy to guide and chart improvement. Stages of rehabilitation: tissue normalization, neuromuscular re-education, improved flexibility plus general and specific strengthening, can all be addressed with this combined approach.
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