Conditions & Benefits


 
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Conditions Addressed 

Here are some of the conditions that Clinical Somatic Education can support:

  • knee, hip and/or foot pain (including plantar fasciitis and fallen arches)

  • shoulder, neck and back pain

  • disc problems (bulging, herniated, swollen, protruding)

  • sciatica

  • carpal tunnel syndrome

  • poor posture (including tech neck and upper crossed syndrome, UCS)

  • muscle tightness, pain or dysfunction

  • TMJ (temporomandibular joint dysfunction)

  • frozen shoulder

  • stress and/or high blood pressure

 

 

Benefits of Clinical Somatics

Clinical Somatic Education provides a host of mental and physical benefits. Here are some of the most common benefits associated Clinical Somatic Education:

  • improves posture

  • increases mobility and flexibility without harmful stretching or force

  • reduces pain and symptoms

  • enhances coordination, balance and stability

  • lowers blood pressure

  • provides a non-invasive and effective alternative to drugs and/or surgery

  • equips you with the tools and strategies to continue to do the work on your own

  • lowers stress levels and/or increases ability to deal with stress

  • improves sports/athletic/fitness performance

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More Conditions Addressed

 
 
  • arthritis and bursitis

  • adult ADHD

  • disc problems (bulging, herniated, swollen, protruding)

  • hamstring/calf tightness

  • insomnia

  • dizziness

  • balance issues

  • sacro-iliac problems (SI joint)

  • repetitive stress/strain injuries

  • headaches

  • scoliosis

  • tendonitis

  • thoracic outlet syndrome

  • inflexibility

 

 

More Benefits of Clinical Somatics

 
 
  • aids in speedy recovery from injury or surgery

  • prevents injury

  • supports cancer treatments

  • counteracts common physical limitations and/or aches caused by aging

  • enhances relaxation and supports mindfulness and meditation

  • educates about how to improve workplace ergonomics

  • teaches you how to be self-sufficient instead of dependent

  • addresses full-body, underlying patterns that cause pain or tightness, rather than just the symptoms

  • supports other wellness modalities (yoga, Pilates, gyrotonics, physical therapy, chiropractic care, massage and acupuncture)