During this challenging time I’ve been talking with my colleagues about ways we can help ourselves at home. We hope this conversation with Dr. Threlkel is helpful.
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One of my projects during this time as been to interview fellow like-minded health professionals about strategies that can be used right now. Dr. Michael Radkowsky talks about the concept of resilience and ways to increase it during times of challenge and stress. We hope this is helpful.
We are hearing from many people (and personally experiencing) that they are having significant difficulty with falling asleep and staying asleep. In this video Anne demonstrates a simple series of hand placements designed to facilitate both falling and staying asleep. We hope this is helpful.
In these times of change and challenge it’s not only important to process out the feelings would like to be feeling less of, but also to increase our capacity to feel more of the positive feelings that nurture us. In this video Anne presents the hand placements to increase the feeling of hope in the body. We hope this is ...READ MORE »
In this video Anne Suazo, PT demonstrates a simple hands-on method for helping to process anxiety out of the body. This is process that can be performed at home on a regular basis. We hope this is helpful.
In this video we demonstrate a simple hands on processing tool that can be used at home to minimize the impact of trauma on the body. This video focuses on processing worry, grief, anger and other emotions commonly experienced in a traumatic situation. We hope this is helpful.
This is Video 3 in our series of strategies to reduce the affects of stress and trauma on the body. In this video I demonstrate a simple series of contact points that enable the body to process stress and trauma more easily. These techniques are simple but effective. We hope this is helpful.
Here is the second video in our “how to deal with the current crisis” series. Anne Suazo, PT, one of our amazing VA based PTs demonstrates a series of contact points in the body that will help shock and trauma move through the body more quickly. In times such as these a shock/trauma reaction is appropriate. The goal, however, is ...READ MORE »
Hi everyone; we have been posting relevant videos on our youtube channel. We are going to make sure we share our content also on our website. We hope this is helpful in these challenging times.
One of the many reasons I LOVE the kind of manual therapy we use (Integrative Manual Therapy) is that it can often figure out the seemingly un-figureoutable (is that a word?) and fix the un-fixable. Our most recent case of POTS/MALS reversal is a 14 year old elite swimmer who started to have POTS symptoms last summer. No history of ...READ MORE »