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What should I wear for treatment?

Wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing. 

How many treatments will I need?

For acute injuries: Typically 2-6 treatments are required. The frequency and duration of treatments will depend on the adaptability of the patient and tissues, and the ability of the patient to commit to regular exercise rehabilitation and lifestyle changes. 


For chronic situations: Many patients book regular treatments monthly, or every two to three months, for help with alignment, mobility, and physiology. 

How can I describe the sensations in my body?

Sensations are always changing within the body. A helpful vipassana meditation technique used to describe sensations in the body uses the following terms:

  • local/regional/global

  • hot/cold, light/heavy

  • sharp/dull

  • tingling/prickling

  • contraction/expansion

  • wet/dry

  • foggy/cloudy/hazy. 

Start with the above terms and see if you can observe the patterns. With practice, you will begin to observe subtler and subtler sensations.

What types of questions will I be asked?

A thorough health history will be taken. If you have a long history of injuries, surgeries, medications, or other ailments please consider making a timeline of your health history prior to treatment. Bring this with you to your first appointment. It can make the health history timeline more efficient with the therapist.

Will I have exercises to do after treatment?

Yes. Exercise rehab, postural education, and lifestyle considerations are paramount to the success of any treatment plan. When a patient puts forth the effort into their rehabilitation then the therapist has an easier time helping the patient; Plus progress will be faster.


The equation for treatment:

1/3 is the therapists effort; 1/3 is the patients effort; 1/3 are the patients genetics.

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