INTEGRATED POSITIONAL THERAPY
with Patricia Smith
ANGELS IN WAITING Community Wellness Center
27209 Hwy 189
Blue Jay, CA 92317
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Clients must wear a face covering and be CoVid symptom free (no fever, cough, congestion, or runny nose, shortness of breath, chills, muscle pain, headaches, new loss of taste or smell, fatigue, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea).
As always, consult with your health care provider if you have concerns about recent CoVid exposure or concerns about IPT and your medical needs. IPT is not a substitute for medical care.
Phone, text or email if you have any questions or for appointment.
Please call or text 909 227-1614 for Appointment
Weekend Appointments Available
Patricia Smith, DrPH, PHN, RN
IPT Training with Mr. Lee Albert, Lenox, Massachusetts
Integrated Positional Therapy is a state of the art muscle energy and strain - counter strain technique used to release the body’s habitual holding patterns that over the years have lead to postural distortion, repetitive strain, stress, and muscle pain. It is a manual therapy that is gentle and non-invasive, designed to eliminate pain at its root cause and not just hide the symptom. IPT has shown to be effective in the treatment of chronic and acute muscular pain and for increasing range of motion.
The treatment includes a careful assessment and evaluation of posture followed by locating tender and stressed muscles and then applying counter strain to place the affected muscles in a position of comfort where the pain is released from the tender point. Positional Therapy achieves its benefits by resetting muscle spindles. Relief can be immediate and long lasting. A wellness plan is created together with the client to maintain results.
Please wear loose, comfortable clothing and a face covering. Contact your physician if you have any questions about participating in IPT.
For more information on the Albert Protocol for Muscle Pain Relief, visit * leealbert.com.
Integrated Positional Therapy is not a substitute for medical treatment or medications. Your IPT practitioner does not diagnose illness or disease nor does she prescribe medications or recommend supplements. Any suggestions that may be provided should not be taken as a diagnosis or recommendation against the advice of a licensed physician or mental health professional.