Integrative Manual Therapy
Integrative manual therapy: (IMT)
Integrative Manual Therapy: IMT has its origins in osteopathic manual therapy, physical therapy, acupuncture, and functional medicine.
The most notable developer of it was Dr. Sharon H. Giammatteo.
See www.IMTwellnesscenter.com to learn more. This is where IMT was developed to its present day form.
IMT is a gentle, noninvasive, and deeply relaxing hands on therapy given while fully clothed. It is compatible with most all forms of health care and after care processes. IMT integrated in with Cranial sacral therapy, myofascial release, physical therapy, chiropractic care, and rehab processes enables a bigger picture of whats driving pain, discomfort, and stress to be addressed. It offers techniques not found in main stream health care which has often allowed my clients to release pain that is still present after trying so much to release it. For example by releasing deep internal fascial tensions and softening deep scar tissue using IMT techniques nerves being pressurized or impinged upon could release chronic pain. Some of my clients have involved situations causing pain. They often engage in a process of therapy with me that over time continuously makes improvements that has gotten them to the point where their pain is gone or minimal enough to not interfere with their lives. As they go through this process IMT combined with cranial sacral therapy, myofascial release, and strain counter strain often becomes a form of relaxing and enjoyable pain management. Along the way of this process wellness usually becomes upgraded.