Health and wellbeing – a holistic view

It is becoming more widely accepted that for a person to be able to be at his or her optimum, all parts of the being need to be nurtured. Seeing a doctor to help to alleviate back pain may well bring some pain relief, but if the pain is due to an unresolved emotional issue, the pain will return. If stress is not acknowledged and released, physical disease may result. If a person receives counselling or psychotherapy without embracing physical activity or exercise, the person may feel better but the full benefit may not be embodied.

The medical system can provide first rate care for those in need of treatment, whether for physical or mental issues. What the conventional system does not often do is look at the patient as a whole and see how the different parts of the being – physical, emotional, mental and spiritual – interact to affect the being in particular ways.

For over 28 years, Katrine Cakuls (trained in osteopathic manual practice and physiotherapy) has been helping patients to feel better naturally, through hands-on treatment. She has worked extensively in England, Canada, Australia and America, addressing all levels of fitness and health, from wheelchair-bound patients, to office workers, and Olympic athletes, with ages ranging from newborns to 100 year olds. Her gentle, yet effective, approach, works to decrease pain and tension, as well as improve general health through restoring movement in areas of the body that are blocked by physical and/or emotional trauma.

With her understanding that all parts of the body are interconnected, and having considered all aspects of her patient's life, Katrine is able to assess movement in the body's systems. She can then isolate the strains that are the root cause of the problem, and gently work with the body to bring optimal healing.

Take the opportunity to see Katrines work.