Benefits of McTimoney and Koren Specific Technique
Subtle corrections are made, it is very rare for any popping or cracking to take place when using the McTimoney Holistic and Koren Specific Technique, and during treatment the overall position of the body improves.
This can relieve pain and discomfort, increase mobility and help the healing process thus creating a path to optimal health and wellbeing. Click each area below to read more on common conditions and the benefits.
We see people and adjust them for a variety of problems some of which are:
It is the gentleness of our technique and the treatment of the whole body that distinguishes our techniques from other methods.
Hormonal and physical changes in the body during pregnancy can affect the body's structure causing pressure on nerves and pain or discomfort, for example:
Our therapies work to gently realign the body allowing the spine, the pelvis, and other joints to return to their natural position, relieving any pressure on the nerve fibres and associated pain, both during and after pregnancy.
Generally we do not treat until after the first trimester. We recommend that mothers have a treatment soon after the birth to realign the body to its natural position.
If you receive treatment during pregnancy we will treat your baby twice free of charge.
Birth can be a traumatic process, particularly if Forceps or a Ventousse Cap is used, or the baby is born by Caesarean Section. Even a normal vaginal delivery can leave some issues to be resolved.
Typical resulting problems are:
Any of these problems could indicate structural misalignments that can easily be corrected by treatment.
Toddlers to teens
When beginning to walk or when first pulling themselves upright, children can fall heavily and repeatedly on their bottoms. This can cause misalignment of the pelvis and thus of the spine. Correcting this early can ensure that the transition from crawling to walking takes place naturally. Look for any inward or outward pointing of the feet.
As children get older, the simple bumps and tumbles and activities associated with growing up can often cause structural misalignment.
There are recorded instances where treatment has been beneficial for the following symptoms: