Bowen Therapy for Back Pain in Challenging Cases

with John Wilks and Chris Reed

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Bowen is extraordinarily good at treating back pain and usually the results are excellent, even with conditions such as ‘slipped disc’.  But sometimes back pain can be more stubborn, particularly if it is chronic. 

What do we use to assess clients effectively. What kind of questions should we ask in order to find out what is going on and how best to treat?

In this session John and Chris bring their years of experience in treating back pain and talk about cases which have been challenging.  They discuss ways of giving advice around exercise and aftercare which are useful as well as things that people should avoid doing.

John Wilks

Bowen Technique & Craniosacral Therapy

After studying music at Oxford, John developed a strong interest in body-orientated psychotherapy and meditation. He has been practising the Bowen Technique and Craniosacral Therapy full time since 1995. Read more…

Chris Reed

Bowen Therapist and Instructor

Chris has been involved in natural therapies since 1996 as a Remedial Therapist. In 1997 he trained as a Bowen Therapist and in 2004 became an instructor with the Bowen Therapy Academy of Australia. In 2009 Chris completed an Advanced Diploma in Myotherapy gaining further knowledge in assessment and rehabilitative measures. Read more…

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