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In practice since 1990. Two years on staff at a hospital Wellness and Rehabilitation Center. Success rate: approx. 95%+
Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients, American Journal of Pain Management, Somatics: Magazine-Journal of the Mind-Body Arts and Sciences.
More complete listing of publications at http://somatics.com/gold.htm
Certifications (partial list): Hanna Somatic Education Dr. Ida P. Rolf method of Structural Integration
It gets results in days or weeks that often take months or years with standard therapies and has a theoretical basis in neurophysiology, kinesiology, and learning theory (neuroplasticity) that clearly explains why it gets those results.
Popular recognition of clinical somatic education as a new, more effective option for chronic pain sufferers.
Nearly all back and neck pain, pinched nerves, bulging discs and bone spurs (osteophytes) come from muscles held chronically tight by muscle/movement memory formed by injury and stress.
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Stretching doesn't work with injuries. You may have noticed. Read why: http://somatics.com/stretch.htm
Injuries change muscle/movement memory; muscular contractions ensue that cannot be stretched away. To free chronic muscular contractions, you have to replace dysfunctional muscle/movement memory with new, healthy muscle/movement memory. MORE: http://somatics.com/recovery_from_injury.htm
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