Marty Calhoun B.Sc.,P.TCa
Registered Physical Therapist &
Marty received a degree in Physical Therapy from Queen's University prior to starting his Calgary practice in 1996. His practice has evolved over the years, blending Physical Therapy knowledge and experience, with additional skills and techniques. This has led to a more focused approach using gentle, sensitive hands to discover and release adhesions and other tissue restrictions. His studies have been ongoing through various Institutes namely Milne, Barral, Upledger, Mackenzie and Barnes. Focusing on Craniosacral Therapy (also called Cranial Sacral Therapy), SomatoEmotional Release and other vital tissue release techniques such as Myofascial Release and Visceral Manipulation.
Marty is also well trained in the Robin Mackenzie Method of active spinal care, and has much experience with treating back and neck pain. In addition, he has developed a special interest in treating TMJ(jaw) pain and headaches, helping many patients become symptom free.
CranioSacral Therapy (CST) is a gentle, light touch method of releasing tensions deep in the body to relieve pain. CST also releases restrictions around the brain and spinal cord to enhance central nervous system performance and allow the body to relax and self-correct. CranioSacral Therapy strengthens the body's natural healing processes to enhance resistance to disease and overall health. Using a light touch (starting with the weight of a nickel) to evaluate your internal environment, this technique is used to release restrictions found.CranioSacral Therapy has also effective in aiding the body's ability to help relieve individuals with pain, illness and dysfunction. Including:
Somato Emotional Release
SER is an aspect of Craniosacral Therapy in which tissue release uncovers emotional or stress related trauma in the body. Trauma enters the body in a specific way from an injury or impact and by realigning the tissue in the exact way that the initial trauma entered the body, the tissue along with any trapped emotional aspects from the incident can be released.
Treatments are most often covered by Extended Healthcare under Physiotherapy.
212,2120 Kensington Rd. NW, Calgary, AB.
( Clinic on the 2nd floor of Kensington Village II)
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