Touch has a broad spectrum of healing benefits; oftentimes lighter massage techniques trigger these beneficial effects more effectively than deeper methods.
I use palpation as one of my primary diagnostic tools. My years of experience give me confidence that I’m picking ...
Touching is a powerful way to strengthen the immune system.
Latest research on NeuroTactile® Therapy using heart rate variability as an outcome measure.
Touch is important because it reduces stress and improves health.
A podcast on the TED Radio Hour on touch.
Active and passive palpation techniques are ideal for finding zones of movement restriction in the body.
The field of chiropractic embodies the important trends emerging in scientific health care.
Craniosacral therapy is the gentlest form of body work that releases restriction of the connective tissues.
Summaries of four recent scientific articles in the growing field of touch and health.
Research on the effects of Neurotactile Therapy shows that it increases blood flow and affects autonomic nervous system regulation.
A radio interview of Dr. Ronald Lavine by Virginia Reed on Progressive Radio Network.
You live in a world of tactile experience although you may only rarely think about it. Scientists are learning the vast significance of the sense of touch in communication, healing, learning, and emotional expression.
NeuroTactile (tm) Therapy uses a light finger-tip stroke to stimulate nerve endings in the skin to erase pain signals and change the brain's processing of pain.