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The joy of the Forward Focus Approach is that it allows for the whole body to be treated using a variety of modalities customized to every individual and their needs. 


This may include electro-acupuncture, functional movement and exercises, the development of a new skill, how to use essential oils, nutritional and wellness coaching, and water therapy.



Your initial consultation includes a review of your symptoms and a prospective treatment plan. 

Your first session is the treatment of your most urgent needs. These sessions are 90 mins long, can include a combination of different forms of therapy, and take place in my home or in yours based on the type of appointment you book.

Your wellness and overall treatment success are important to us and we encourage you to consider a custom treatment plan. These are discussed in your initial therapy session and usually consist of a four session commitment. 

If you choose to commit to investing in your health, you can purchase treatment packages at a reduces rate.

We know that at times, you feel it may be best to continue sessions on an as-needed basis, we honor that. Those sessions can be booked at the standard rates listed on the service.

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  • Scar Release Therapy

  • Wound Therapy

  • Parent Coaching

  • Feeding Therapy

  • Vagal Nerve Stimulation

  • COVID-19 Recovery

  • Stress and Anxiety

  • Pain Management

  • Cupping

  • Sports Performance 

  • Water Therapy

  • Sensory Balancing

  • Sensory Balancing

  • Occupational Therapy

  • Wellness Coaching

  • Nutrition Consulting

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Pain Management

MPS Therapy is the first integrative therapy developed exclusively to sympathetically de-regulate the autonomic nervous system and fight chronic pain. MPS Therapy is based on combining acupuncture, osteopathy, integrative dentistry, neural therapy with modern neurology and microcurrent. All of which can produce far superior outcomes over traditional pain therapies.

MPS has been a remarkable success in the fight against chronic pain. Studies have shown that this approach can provide substantial relief (60-85%+) from pain within 1-3 applications.

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Stress Response Therapy

Stress response includes physical and thought responses to your perception of various situations. When the stress response is turned on, your body may release substances like adrenaline and cortisol that when produced in large amounts, can cause adverse effects in the body such as feelings of anxiety and depression.


Through the use of MPS and essential oil aromatherapy, we are able to help provide relief from these feelings. Both treatments also aid in teaching the body new ways of responding in high-stress situations.

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Water Therapy

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This is a needs-based therapy session on the water which provides a grounding experience that our nervous systems crave. The paddleboards provide a place for skill development, MPS treatments, sensory balancing, and mood balancing.

The combination of traditional MPS treatments and occupational therapy in the natural setting opens the door to increased energy flow from the mind, body, and spirit and helps promote overall wellness.

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Wound and Scar Therapy

MPS Wound Therapy uses science to address both the scarring and the healing of wounds after any trauma or surgery. MPS increases the skin’s inter-cellular metabolism, protein synthesis, and healing functioning to reawaken the skin’s ability to regenerate.


By targeting direct cellular stimulation of microcurrent waves through the wound, this simple and discomfort-free procedure works by reducing dermal trauma, adhesions, and fascial restrictions to accelerate the healing of chronic wounds through accelerating tissue healing.

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Sensory Balance Therapy

Sensory Balancing Therapy embraces evidence-based research and science behind stress reduction and nervous system regulation to help unlock sensory children’s behavioral patterns.

Sensory Balancing Therapy is a neuromodulation technique designed to assist with the tasks of processing and integrating sensory information to improve emotional regulation, learning, behavior, and participation in daily life.

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Sports Performance Therapy

The integration of nervous system regulation into sports medicine will transform the direction of human health & sports performance. The basis of competition and the fundamental brutality of sports give rise to unstable nervous systems and ill health. It is essential for athletes to understand how to counterbalance instability to reduce problems and improve performance.


MPS Therapy is the ideal modality for Sports medicine because it is the only modality today that treats the underlying causes of all sports injuries – sympathetic stress activation. MPS protocols approach sports medicine using and integrative body-wide systems-oriented approach which isolate the influence of sports injuries on the whole person, not just an isolated set of symptoms.

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Cranial Release Therapy

Crainal Release Therapy has been a breakthrough for the treatment of TBI, brain injuries and concussions. Cranial Suter joints are considered immovable joints that harden with age. However, as you age, there is some movement that can cause Concussion Recovery Therapy combines outside-the-box therapeutic thinking with evidenced based science to produce successful brain therapy, ushering in a new era for human health and healing.


The goal of Concussion Therapy is to improve cognitive functioning and reduced stress and increase emotional regulation to help restore brain health.

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Long Haul COVID-19 Recovery

The vagus nerve, which runs from the brain into the body, connects to the heart, lungs, intestines, and several muscles involved with swallowing. It plays a role in several body functions that control heart rate, speech, the gag reflex, sweating, and digestion.

It has been show that people living with with long-term side effects of COVID-19 have experienced a reduction in long-term symptoms such as: a hard time swallowing, dizziness, a high heart rate, low blood pressure, and diarrhea.

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Pain Mangement
Stress and Anxiety
Water Therapy
Wound and Scar Therapy
Sensory Balance
Sports Performance
Crainial Suture / Concussion
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