Emmett-Therapy

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I have to tell you about my new school. Last weekend the first part of this education took place.

Emmett Technique is a special form of body therapy that involves application of light finger pressure at specific points. These are in sequences that enable gentle releases for common problems which include neck, shoulder and back pain. Techniques derived from Ross’s observation skills that are also integrated within the treatment to encourage homeostasis.

Emmett Technique can be used as an effective adjunct to enhance the treatment value of other types of muscle release and neuro-musculoskeletal therapies, for example: Massage, Chiropractic, Physiotherapy, Occupational therapy or may be used as an effective therapy on its own. Accurate and fast assessment of imbalances present in the body are an integral feature of this technique.

The therapy addresses tissues that may include muscles, tendons, ligaments, skin, joints, or other connective tissue (fascia), as well as lymphatic vessels, or organs of the gastrointestinal system.

The results are mind-blowing. My mom had problems with her balance. I treated her yesterday and when she walked up the stairs all of a sudden she stopped and said: “Oh my god, did you notice, I did not use the handrail. I did not even think about it. I feel so stable on my feet like never before.” I also treated my husband with his head ache and after a few applications it decreased dramatically.

I have four more weekends to go  until I can make my practitioner exam. I will offer this therapy in my practice as well.

So if you know a Emmett-Therapist  check it out. It helps quickly and lasting!

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Yes, please see if there is a therapist in your area. It is a very young therapy but the results are breath taking. What you described is absolutely within the therapy possibilities.

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My doctor told me on my recent trip that she thinks that the only way for me to relieve the numbness in my hand. I hope that this is an alternative therapy. Thanks!

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That sounds wonderful. I’ve had neck and arm issues that culminated in fusion at c6-c7. Still, there are moments of minor pain and numbness. I’ll have to check to see if this is available here. Thanks, Erika!

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