“BOWEN…A BETTER WAY”





There is no situation when Bowen Technique can not be used safely. The therapy is holistic, treating the whole body, with the body choosing what it will and will not address.


 

Bowen Technique’s Conditions

·        MUSCULOSKELETAL

·        DIGESTIVE 

·        GYNAECOLOGICAL

·        RESPIRATORY 

 

 

Other Problems:

Kidney problems; Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME); Tinnitus; Earache and ear infections; Dyslexia; Balance Problems; Hammer Toes; Bunions; Bed Wetting


The Bowen Technique is therapeutic, relaxing and it helps improve:

Circulation; Joint mobility; Posture; Lymphatic drainage; Assimilation of nutrients; Elimination of toxins

 


Bowen Technique for Sports Injuries

Bowen therapy is successfully treating sport injuries; lots of tests have shown that athletes have a consistently higher performance output. The therapy plays a vital role as rehabilitation and is an excellent injury recovery tool. Injuries such as ankle, knee, tennis/golfers elbow and more can be treated within a few sessions but as a prevention method, Bowen Therapy can assist team players off the field utilizing regular treatments for general health, during and after play.




"I am approaching the later years of my career and Bowen has helped my body to recover quicker after games and intense training. It's great."



                          
         

                                         Jamie Peacock, Leeds Rhinos


Bowen Technique for Frozen Shoulder

The Frozen Shoulder is a common problem and one that results in frustrating

debilitation for its sufferers.Bowen Technique has shown to have much shorter recovery time than other "manipulation therapies" such as chiropractic, osteopathic and physiotherapy.


Note: Long term pain may need further sessions

 


 

Bowen Technique for Back Problems

Back pain is caused by muscle or ligament strain. The incidence of back pain increases between the ages of 20 to 65 but conditions such as osteoarthritis of the spine and spinal stenosis increases in people over 65. People of working age are more likely to suffer from overuse injuries or acute injuries from lifting heavy things. Other factors such as lack of sleep, depression and anxiety, stress, smoking, dehydration and footwear may take to the common back pain. Bowen Technique is a gentle pain reliever, treating with success many cases of back pain over the years.



"I was skeptical, but wanted to keep an open mind. With the slightest squiggle of his fingers, it felt like petrol was being put back in my tank and I could feel all the stress seeping away. More importantly, after my back accident, I was unbalanced, my spine and pelvis had lost alignment, causing endless pain and problems. Bowen has helped keep my body together despite the continual bashing it takes. It’s a vital support in putting right a whole range of new aches and pains, making sure that old injuries don’t cause me problems, and helping me fight stress and fatigue.”


 

 









Adventurer, Bear Grylls




Bowen Technique for jaw and post dental trauma


  • Anxiety
  • Jaw Pain (after dental work)
  • Jaw disorders (Clicky jaws, Grinding teeth)
  • TMJ Locking (Temporomandibular Joint is used every time you swallow, talk, chew and open your mouth)
  • Headaches (some may be caused after a restoration of a tooth with filling)
  • General discomfort

For some people, dentist appointments are terrifying. Bowen Technique is a structural balance, anxiety and post trauma can now be reduced and relieved.

 

A research project on the application of Bowen Therapy on TMJ abnormality was started in Durango, CO by Dr. John Bauman, DDS. Immediately after the 1st treatment one third of patients felt dramatic relief in some of their symptoms and 20 out of the 22 patients showed significant improvement on the post Bio Feedback assessment.



Bowen Technique for Special Needs

Children with special needs such as Cerebral Palsy, ADHD, Asperger’s Syndrome and autistic children respond well to Bowen.In Howard Plummer and Helen Watson case studies, children improved with:

  • Reduced abusive behaviour
  • Sleep patterns
  • Better concentration
  • Some obsessive or repetitive behaviour were lost
  • Rage episodes lessened
  • More eye contact
  • Quieter, happier
Howard and Helen’s findings have resulted in the development of a particular type of Bowen called Fascia Bowen.

 

Bowen Technique for mothers and babies

During pregnancy most of the women experience the common backaches, headaches, tiredness, nausea, heartburn, sciatica, achy legs, carpal tunnel, breast discomfort and low energy levels. The Bowen Therapy plays an important part in the health and care of women at all stages of pregnancy, relieving pain and providing relaxation. The therapy is very effective both during and after pregnancy.
 




Bowen does wonders on babies. They need very little work to achieve changes as their system is fluid and open.  Bowen helps the baby recover from the physical stress of birth and also treats infant colic, blue baby syndrome, digestive problems and hiccups.



 

 

Bowen Technique for Infertility

Most couples experience and struggle in much the same way either that this is environmental, lifestyle, congenital or health related.

The Bowen Technique is powerful in relaxing the mind, it enhances confidence and positive thinking which, in turn, have a beneficial effect on the health of the physical body
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Trials in the UK, Australia and New Zealand, using the Bowen Technique on infertile couples for whom no other obvious reason for being unable to conceive has been found, has met with remarkable success.

 

 

“One real advantage of Bowen over other alternative treatments is that many complaints are said to be treated after just two to three sessions, making Bowen easier on the wallet.

The Daily Telegraph


“Bowen has had good results with muscular-skeletal conditions, especially frozen shoulder and tennis elbow.”

         Sunday Times Style Magazine


“Bowen technique a healing, often miraculous, life changing hands-on-therapy which seems to be revolutionizing the healthcare world.”

 The Daily Mail