How do you tell if your alternative medical provider is any good?

For one thing, ask us about our training. How many years we’ve studied. And whether we keep up our training and where.

Since 2001, I’ve completed more than 90 modules of training. In addition, I’ve worked with a wide variety of clients and hundreds of unique constellations of physical ailments and physical ailments intertwined with energetic problems such as PTSD. Plus, there’s a whole lot more information available about pain and how to manage and eradicate it.

I plan to  continue learning throughout my career.

In the meantime, know that most of my clients have one or more of the following:

  • headaches and migraines
  • lower back pain
  • generalized “just not feeling great”

Hence, these are areas I really excel in and continue to study.

I use the same or similar techniques on other parts of the body, however. Chances are I have a great deal of experience with the kind of pain or “dis-ease” that you’re feeling.

Please, give my services a try. I use Integrative Manual Therapy (IMT). Using IMT, I am able to help pain, discomfort, and disease with pain-free physioenergetic techniques instead of surgery or other invasive methods.

In the future, I will study more and different specialty areas in an effort to keep up with what my clients need.

So, perhaps the most important answer to “how do you tell if your alternative medical provider is any good?” is discovering the passion in addition to the training.