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Free Classes- Mission Hills Physical Therapy San Diego – Health Coaching

August 15, 2010

Free Events at Mission Hills Physical Therapy, while Kimberly Burnham, PhD is in San Diego

Kimberly Burnham, PhD is working at Mission Hills Physical Therapy for 2 weeks at the end of August. Call 619-543-1470 for an appointment or to schedule time to observe and work with her. There is more information on her webstie www.VisualizeHealth.net

Aug 18, 2010 Community Evening – Learn how to use information, visualization and your own hands to achieve Comfortable Movement and Deep Sleep

Aug 18, 2010 at Mission Hills Physical Therapy 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Come play and learn with Kimberly Burnham, Ralph Havens and Jen Toussant.

This evening is open to anyone with an interest in self healing.

Call 619-543-1470 to sign up for this Free Event.

It will include the Transformation Shift Module Musculoskeletal System 07 (a $30 dollar value).

Morphic Field of Comfortable Sleep, Movement and Function

From the Mayo Fibromyalgia Program comes this information: 98% of the people with fibromyalgia had used some type of Complementary medicine therapy during the previous 6 months. “The 10 most frequently used CAM treatments were exercise for a specific medical problem (48%), spiritual healing (45%), massage therapy (44%), chiropractic treatments (37%), vitamin C (35%), vitamin E (31%), magnesium (29%), vitamin B complex (25%), green tea (24%), and weight-loss programs (20%).” according to Wahner-Roedler, 2007.

This Transformational Shift Module focuses on evidence for the use of nutritional approaches; treatments that shift substance P plasma levels (acupuncture and massage therapy); modalities which affect the autonomic nervous system (Reiki, Integrative Manual Therapy), exercise, acupuncture and more.

Another article highlights the use of manual therapy to improve autonomic nervous system function, which can help a variety of conditions including fibromyalgia…… Wheeler, L. (2004). Advanced Strain Counterstrain. Massage Therapy Journal, 43 Winter(4), [Full Text] http://www.amtamassage.org/journal/winter05_journal/mtjWinter05.html

Rheumatology Int in an article entitled Massage Therapy for Fibromyalgia symptoms, Kalichman, 2010 suggested that massage be painless, its intensity should be increased gradually from session to session, in accordance with patient’s symptoms; and the sessions should be performed at least 1-2 times a week.”

Come learn how to use this information to feel, sleep and function better, today.


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