Can Bowen help me?
experience demonstrates its benefit for people of all ages, including newborn and infant children. Although it is a tool for treating ailments and injuries, many healthy people come along to enjoy treatments to maintain balance and their sense of well-being.
Victims of sports injuries and accidents have found the Bowen Technique very helpful as a remedial therapy during their recovery. It improves rehabilitation time regardless of when the injury was sustained.
Here’s a list of just some of the conditions we have been able to assist with:
- Poor mobility (e.g. caused by multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, surgery)
- Asthma and other respiratory problems
- Back problems
- Bell’s palsy
- Constipation and diarrhoea
- Digestive upsets
- Ear Problems
- Fluid retention
- Foot problems (such as plantar fasciitis and bunions)
- Frozen shoulder
- Headaches (migraine, sinus)
- Hernia and heartburn
- Bedwetting, incontinence
- Jaw problems (grinding of teeth, misalignment etc)
- Knee and hip restrictions
- Menstrual and other female problems
- Pelvic tilt, leg length, hip imbalance
- Repetitive Strain Injury
- Skeletal and muscular problems from lumbar to back
- Sports injuries
- Tennis/golfer’s elbow
To name but a few.
Bowen Therapy for Anxiety
I am often asked whether Bowen therapy is appropriate to use on somebody for anxiety.
The answer is an emphatic Yes!
We see fantastic results in our clinics every day, although we are not exactly sure on the mechanism, there’s certainly a physiological and also psychological effect that occurs when someone receives appropriate Bowen therapy treatment for their anxiety. Read more.
To watch Chris explain the connection between Bowen Therapy and Anxiety Click Here.