Kaili strives to identify the root cause of dysfunction within your body, understanding that each person is unique and requires individual treatment considerations. She acknowledges the importance of patient education and empowerment as part of the healing process.
The process begins with a full body assessment and a review of your health history to gain a three dimensional picture of your anatomy in order to understand how it functions as a whole and to identify areas of restriction. A variety of manual therapy techniques are employed in order to provide you with the care needed to help restore function and aid your body's ability to heal. The manual therapy provided includes traditional Swedish massage based techniques, myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, muscle energy technique, joint mobilization and breathing techniques.
Clients are often given supplementary education and exercises to perform at home in order for them to become active and engaged throughout the process. This creates a dynamic where individuals become invested in their own healing, reaching their wellness goals through restoring and maintaining a connection with their physical bodies.
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Registered Massage Therapy
According to the Massage Therapy Act, "The practice of massage therapy is the assessment of the soft tissue and joints of the body and the treatment and prevention of physical dysfunction and pain of the soft tissues and joints by manipulation to develop, maintain, rehabilitate or augment physical function, or relieve pain."
Under this umbrella, Kaili provides individualized care focusing not only on areas of discomfort, but also on areas causing dysfunctional movement or postural patterns with the goal of facilitating more efficient function within the body. She incorporates a holistic view of the client and their body in order to get to the root cause of pain and dysfunction. She believes in the body's innate ability to heal by removing obstructions through manual therapy techniques, in addition to client education, corrective exercise, and a balanced lifestyle.
Craniosacral therapy involves balancing and mobilization of the structures around the brain and spinal cord. This allows for optimal flow of cerebrospinal fluid which provides nourishment, lubrication and protection of the central nervous system.
Trauma and various strains put on the human body through daily activities can alter the state and tensions within these structures, impacting the communication between the central nervous system and the other systems in the body. The goal of treatment then is to improve the quality and mobility of these tissues so the body can perform its functions with greater ease.
Craniosacral therapy utilizes light touch on the head and the pelvis in order to reestablish this balance and gently aid the body's ability to self-correct these tensions. This makes it a useful form of therapy for concussion and head trauma, as well as many other dysfunctions that stem from neurological impairment.