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5 Holistic Treatment Concepts That Get Great Results

Five Holistic Treatment Concepts  That Get Great Results Holistic treatment isn’t just a buzzword at the Institute for Birth Healing. It is the foundation of our courses which incorporate the mind, body, spirit, and emotional connection. The holistic treatment approach gets to the root of imbalance or pain in the body and helps facilitate complete healing. With a holistic treatment approach, you will learn how to take your clients to the next level in health and wellness. You will [...]

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What is Holistic Treatment?

Holistic Treatment Approach to Speed Up Recovery and Promote Complete Healing   “Holistic medicine is a form of healing that considers the whole person -- body, mind, spirit, and emotions -- in the quest for optimal health and wellness,” according to WebMD. And the holistic medicine philosophy suggests one can achieve optimal health -- the primary goal of holistic medicine practice -- by gaining proper balance in life. The Institute for Birth Healing’s definition and philosophy is in alignment [...]

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Case Study: Mastitis in Breastfeeding Woman

Connection of arm lines and mastitis in breastfeeding woman Introduction A 37-year-old woman presented with h/o 4 episodes of mastitis in the last one year. She is 1 year postpartum and breastfeeding. The client has h/o natural birth with min tearing and she had only one episode of mastitis after her first born. The client is doing her PhD and she has to spend time in front of the computer for her thesis. The client is an active runner. [...]

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Case Study: Ribcage Tightness

Connection of Ribcage tightness, stress, and grade 3 prolapse in 28 months postpartum INTRODUCTION A 34-year-old woman presented at 28 months postpartum (the baby was born in August 2019) with a feeling of pressure in the vagina, something is falling out. The client also presented with stress urinary incontinence, upper back tightness, and her ribs were feeling stuck. The client was seeing a chiropractor. The client has h/o two natural births with min tearing. The client is separated from the [...]

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Address the Pelvic Bones First

Address the Pelvic Bones First Before Intravaginal Work It is imperative for successful intravaginal work to first address the bony pelvis and joints externally to ensure good mobility and alignment.  As physical therapists, we were never taught how to work with both the pelvic bones/joints in conjunction with the pelvic floor muscles to effect change. Our training taught us to work on the pelvic floor muscles in isolation, encouraging muscle release. And it has been common practice to force [...]

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Allow the Body to Guide Your Bodywork

Allow the Body to Guide Your Bodywork When I approach the body, my first step is to look for the restriction, whether it is a restriction in the tissues or a block in energy flow.  The restricted area of the body drives weakness, tightness, or postural changes.  When the restriction is released the body is able to return to its natural state. This is why the restrictions are my guide to treating the body and healing the client.    This [...]

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