Bowen Therapy and Sports-induced Brain Injuries


Bowen Therapy practitioner Craig Mattimoe writes, “The unwanted after-effects of sport-induced head trauma are variously known as post-concussion syndrome (PCS), mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI) or traumatic brain injury (TBI).

“Although it appears most PCS cases recover spontaneously, many do not, and there is no medical consensus regarding the required time for a full recovery, or even what constitutes a full recovery.

If an athlete is treated with Bowen while any PCS symptoms are present (most important) a more effective healing option is made available to the body’s innate self-repair and maintenance mechanisms, which option, as documented in repeated, first-hand clinical observations readily initiates a swift recovery (in 93% of cases thus far), the very occurrence of which would clearly seem to override and replace previously sluggish recovery patterns.

This is an especially hopeful prospect for athletes with multiple concussion histories and even more encouraging against the existing backdrop of exceptionally swift clinical recoveries routinely achieved with Bowen, wherein both first time and repeat concussion cases show almost no differential in immediate responses, overall outcomes or recovery times. In other words, from every indication, sport-induced concussed athletes respond and recover favourably and swiftly to Bowen therapy, despite the number or severity of prior concussions.

Neurofeedback: Non-invasive, drug-free alternative for shifting many health conditions


How many times have you done or said something you didn’t really mean, and then regretted it? Stress can momentarily fling us far from the Self that we strive to be.

Besides causing social blunders, stress is guilty of being a root cause of most health conditions. For example, insomnia, headaches, anxiety, high blood pressure, digestive problems, immune system disorders and pain can all be caused or contributed to by chronic stress.

Neurofeedback is a non-invasive, drug-free modality that is FDA-approved for stress reduction. It is recognized and utilized by an increasing number of practitioners and institutions. For example, in 2010, the American Academy of Pediatrics endorsed Neurofeedback as a “Level 1/Best Support” treatment for children with ADD/ADHD (this is the same rating as stimulant medication).