About Bowenwork

Health Conditions Helped by Bowenwork

The Bowen technique addresses the entire body by restoring balance via the autonomic nervous system (ANS). The ANS controls over 80% of bodily functions and is very susceptible to external stressors. Many people today live in a constant state of high stress and sympathetic ANS over-stimulation (fight, flight or freeze mode). Healing can occur only after the ANS shifts from sympathetic to parasympathetic dominance (rest, relax, repair and realign mode). Bowenwork affects that shift. The sessions reactivate the recovery process in stimulating where healing from trauma, sickness or surgery has stalled or reached a plateau.

Bowenwork usually results in the relief of many specific injuries and other health problems, both acute and chronic. Signals are delivered to the nervous system at specific locations (on muscles, tendons, ligaments, or nerves) and the body does the rest..........

 Health Conditions Helped by Bowenwork

Musculo-Skeletal
* Shoulder pain & Tennis/Golf elbow
* Back and neck pain
* Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
* Arthritis pain
* Fibromyalgia
* Scoliosis
* Migraine
* TMJ syndrome
* Postural and gait problems
* Sports injuries
* Shin splints
* Plantar fasciitis, other foot and ankle problems
* Hernia
* Knee, hip and pelvic restrictions
* Lymphedema
* Sciatica

Respiratory
* Asthma
* Bronchitis
* Hay Fever
* Sinusitis

Digestive/Eliminative
* Colic
* Crohn's Disease
* Indigestion
* Constipation
* Chronic diarrhea
* Hemorrhoids
* Bed wetting, children

Reproductive
* Infertility
* Menstrual pain
* PMS
* Mastitis
* Fibroids, breast and uterine
* Prostate problems

Also...
* Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
* Balance problems
* Tinnitus
* Ear ache and ear infections

PTSD / any stress related syndrome

 

Bowen Bibliography Studies

This PDF contains links to additional clinical research done related to Bowenwork.

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Clinical Study

See what the University of Arizona has to say about Bowenwork. While this is a long article, it is worth the read.

UofA Study UofA Study

Bowenwork National Website

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