Is There Help for Me?

My clients often refer their friends and relatives to me, but find it difficult to describe why my therapy helps them. They’ve experienced relief and want to share the benefits they’ve received, but don’t know how to explain my methods or why the treatment works. As a result, I often have conversations like this with new clients:

Typically, the sufferer asks me, “Could there still be help for me? It feels like I’ve tried everything!”

“Yes, absolutely,” I reply.

“But how? I have tried different a host of different approaches.

I ask them, “Have you tried integrative manual therapy (IMT) combined with advanced cranial sacral therapy and a unique and non-invasive form of Myofascial release therapy in which IMT therapist are trained? If not, an IMT therapist such as myself may be able to facilitate significant lasting relief and get you on a path that can and has led to resolution of people’s seemingly unresponsive pain and discomfort.”

Simply put, healing can happen in ways other than the status quo protocols. I’ve seen time and time again that when people can open up to that possibility, they can have their pain and discomfort improved in a lasting way. They feel some improvement from the very first session – sometimes dramatic improvement. After a series of treatments, their pain can disappear completely and their general health and sense of wellbeing is renewed.

All Innovative Treatments Are New at First

Often a breakthrough in the perception of what’s possible is needed for the new client to be able to release the pain during my therapy sessions. I explain why and how the therapy I offer works, and if they could unlock certain belief systems, then we’ll have a productive therapy and they’ll feel the good results. Letting go of preconceived ideas that tell them what I’m saying can’t be true, because they’ve never heard of it before from any of the different practitioners they’ve been to, is the first step to releasing pain.

I’ve had skeptical people tell me, “If this works, I would have heard of it somewhere!” Well, emerging methods of healing often go unheard by the general population for years, because of the lengthy process of research and development that’s necessary to get it established and noticed by the world at large. Chiropractic care went through this process and now it’s considered mainstream.


Developed by Educated and Specially Trained Professionals

The developers of IMT are working to have IMT become another health care profession as recognized and trusted as chiropractic care has become. IMT began its development in the 1970’s. Its primary developers are chiropractors, physical therapists, and a physical therapist with a Ph.D. in neurology. Other sources for the development of IMT come from osteopathic manual therapy, acupuncture, psychology, homeopathy, and nutritional professionals.

Rules of the world have always said that new ideas are not worth considering, but it turned out that man can indeed fly and the earth is not flat.

If you’ve seen me before, but haven’t been here for a while, I’d like to offer you a 35% discount on a session. I think you’ll be pleased at how much my effectiveness has improved. My training and experience is miles ahead of where it was a year ago. I’ve been offering Integrative manual therapy, myofascial release, and cranial sacral therapy for 13 years now.

Hope to see you soon,

David Herring, IMT