I am a Kinesiologist and have been incorporating the Backhealer method into active rehabilitation for one of my patients involved in motor vehicle collisions in 2011 and 2012.

Mr. B had soft tissue injuries to his mid and low back, shoulder, neck and knee and suffered a closed head injury. I introduced the Backhealer midway through his recovery period, using deep breathing, ball work, and several yoga postures.

This increased his mobility and decreased misalignment at his pelvis, mid and low back, hips, shoulder and neck. He has been using the method for about 3 months at least 3 times a week. He is now able to manage his pain and Mr. B’s core stability and strength have improved.

His work is physically demanding so continued use of the Backhealer Method reduced his pain and increase his function, preventing future injury.

 

Christina is a Kinesiologist trained in the Backhealer method.

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