Jeff Castle came to rolfing out of necessity—nothing else was working. Physical therapy was offering no relief from his herniated disc, and surgery loomed on the horizon. Lucky for him, yoga class led him to rolfing. Now a certified rolfer and owner of Castle Rolfing, Jeff uses the method's blend of myofascial release and bodywork to ease pain in his clients. He's specially trained to deal with internal scar tissues after abdominal surgery, and aftereffects of brain or spinal trauma. For the latter, he employs Monica Canducci's technique Move in Mind, which relies on imagery to normalize the brain's processes.
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Doctor of chiropractic Staci Stitt opened Unity Chiropractic Inc. to combine the healing benefits of her chiropractic services with massage therapy. Chiropractic adjustments alleviate more than two dozen ailments that affect the body, including scoliosis, whiplash, and carpal tunnel syndrome. Staci’s treatments can also help patients suffering from anxiety and allergies, among many other ailments. Treatments can be coupled with massages from the on-site massage therapist, who works out deep-seated knots known to cause chronic pain or use by sailors to tie up their boats.