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Cases and History

Introduction

Hello, I’m Tony Preston. This is Integrative Works. I created this blog to help people have a better quality of life through bodies that have less pain, more flexibility, and improved structural performance. This blog helps people in pain These posts help them to understand: Most pain is part of a pattern and seldom unique …

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Notes on William Garner Sutherland

William Garner Sutherland is largely regarded as the father of cranial osteopathy. Most of today’s craniosacral approaches are built on his work. Other noted osteopaths and chiropractors at that time also explored craniosacral approaches. These include names widely recognized in the field today. Cottam, DeJarnette and Weaver are among them. Sutherland, however, is largely regarded as …

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Finding The Godfather of Organized Pain

Integrative bodywork is more than ferreting out trigger points, balancing pelvises and smoothing out the tissues. It focuses on finding the governing problems and addressing them first. When I was growing up, we lived on a farm with 6 kids. My father’s brother, Gene, would say, “Y’all could tear up an anvil bare-footed.” Pop quoted …

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