10 signs you should see a Spinal Flow Technique practitioner

While many people wait until they experience pain before they seek treatment, seeing a Spinal Flow Technique practitioner can soothe a range of musculoskeletal problems, and may relieve pain associated with fibromyalgia, headaches, sciatica and back pain.

Spinal Flow Technique practitioners are trained to help people release primary spinal blockages, which prevents the secondary spinal blockages that may create stiffness, inflammation, dis-ease or illness.


Reason to see a Spinal Flow Technique practitioner #1: pain or stiffness in the body

Spinal Flow Technique has its roots in chiropractic science and can relieve pain in the body by restoring the mobility in the spinal vertebrae that may have been blocked. Spinal Flow Technique increases spinal flow through the Spinal Wave and releasing spinal blockages.

Our practitioners are trained to find and contact the existing ease and openness that already exists in other parts of the system to create transformational change through the spine and nervous system.


Reason to see a Spinal Flow Technique practitioner #2: headaches

Headaches can be caused by spinal blockages in the pause gateway, which governs C1 and C2 in the spine, the upper neck, eyes, ears and nose.
Headaches can also have medical causes like dehydration, nutrition issues and muscular tension.
Headaches can be the result of inflammation or irritated nerves, muscles, membranes or sinuses. Spinal Flow Technique works to contact the 33 access points on the head and sacrum to trigger self-healing.


Reason to see a Spinal Flow Technique practitioner #3: sciatica

Sciatic pain is felt in the legs and is usually referred pain from a spinal blockage commonly found in the foundation gateway. Sciatica is nerve pain that often starts in the pelvis or lower back and travels down the legs.

The foundation gateway covers the sacrum, bladder, uterus, ovaries, prostate and reproductive system. When blocked, this area is the leading cause of back pain and sciatica, hip and groin pain, and bladder issues.


Reason to see a Spinal Flow Technique practitioner #4: stress

Chronic stress is the most common cause of disease, pain and illness, according to Spinal Flow Technique founder Dr. Carli Axford.
When the nervous system is in a constant state of fight or flight, it impacts all the systems in the human body – the endocrine system, our digestion and particularly the complex interaction between nerves in the spine.
“Clients typically feel an amazing sense of calm and connection after a healing session because we have helped them release stress in a deep-lasting way,” says Dr. Carli Axford.


Reason to see a Spinal Flow Technique practitioner #5: low energy

Low energy and tiredness can be a sign the body is feeling stressed and unable to renew and refresh itself. This can be caused by blockages in the pause and base gateways.

Many clients report a sense of renewed energy and connectedness after a spinal flow treatment session. They have more movement, more flexibility, less spinal blockages and more wave.


Reason to see a Spinal Flow Technique practitioner #6: chronic fatigue

Many spinal flow clients report the mental clarity they can achieve in a healing session is beneficial. The life force and energy inside a Spinal Wave enables healing to happen and vitality to return.


Reason to see a Spinal Flow Technique practitioner #7: fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia affects the central nervous system, often causing widespread aches and pains throughout the body.

Spinal Flow Technique practitioners treat people with fibromyalgia by diagnosing blockages in the 7 gateways of the spine and using the 33 access points to connect the body to the ease and openness that exists within. We help people relieve their symptoms and ease their pain.


Reason to see a Spinal Flow Technique practitioner #8: digestive issues

Whether it’s constipation, irritable bowel syndrome or other digestive problems, Spinal Flow Technique is a non-invasive way to heal without resorting to medication.

Digestive issues are often related to blockages in the power gateway, or lumbar spine area. Bloating, gas, constipation, diarrhoea, ulcers and reflux are common physical symptoms our trained practitioners see in people with blockages in the power gateway.


Reason to see a Spinal Flow Technique practitioner #9: depression and anxiety

Spinal Flow Technique is not only good at resolving musculoskeletal pain, but also helps people with depression or anxiety.

Chronic depression, panic attacks, night terrors and anxiety can be associated with blockages in the base gateway and other gateways.

Opening the body to increased spinal flow through the Spinal Wave can help people feel their whole being – whatever life brings their way – and allow them to feel relief and then joy.


Reason to see a Spinal Flow Technique practitioner #10: reproductive issues

Painful periods, sexual problems, bladder infections and fertility issues can be caused by blockages in the foundation and power gateways, which houses the sacrum and reproductive system.

The foundation and power gateways connect with nerves in the area to supply the bladder, uterus, ovaries, prostrate and muscles of our legs. Ensuring the spinal blockages in this area are released helps the reproductive system function properly.

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