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A Journey in Picture: Part Two

Posted on March 5th, 2019 by innercircle

Continuing with our newest series, “A Journey in Picture”, where we share some of the more amazing visuals that have been gleaned from fascial researchers and therapists, we bring you part two.  In 2005, the world of fascia research and bodywork was gifted with the work of French hand surgeon Dr. Jean-Claude Guimberteau and his […]

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A Journey in Pictures: Part One

Posted on February 14th, 2019 by innercircle

We have all had the experience of being in a doctor’s office, therapy clinic, wellness center or gym and had our hired expert grab a model of a skeleton, a joint, a spine or a muscle and point out the what and why of our issue.  And we have all responded: “Yes, yes, that makes sense. […]

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4th Trimester

Posted on February 5th, 2019 by innercircle

Following up on our article last week regarding the new designation of a 4thtrimester for new mothers, we were surprised to see an article from NPR talking about the very same thing.   ‘4th Trimester’ Problems Can Have Long-Term Effects On A Mom’s Health By Lauren Bavis NPR.org, January 24, 2019 Melody Lynch-Kimery had a fairly […]

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Sharing is Caring

Posted on January 7th, 2019 by innercircle

Yet another Holiday Season has come and gone. The dinners have been enjoyed, the presents unwrapped, the family visited, the decorations taken down and put away and, most importantly – love, goodwill and peaceful wishes shared for yet another journey around the only star that we’ve ever called home. Our annual Food Drive has been completed, […]

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Metaphors for Healing: Christmas Edition Marley’s Chains Part Two

Posted on December 17th, 2018 by innercircle

By David “Dickens” Noonan: A tongue-in-cheek adaptation of Charles Dickens “A Christmas Carol” Scrooge took his melancholy dinner in his usual melancholy tavern and went home to bed.  He lived in chambers which had once belonged to his deceased partner.  They were a gloomy suite of rooms and were old enough now, and dreary enough, for nobody […]

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Metaphors for Healing: Christmas Edition Marley’s Chains Part One

Posted on December 11th, 2018 by innercircle

By David “Dickens” Noonan: A tongue-in-cheek adaptation of Charles Dickens “A Christmas Carol” Marley was dead, to begin with.  Scrooge had signed the register of his burial himself.  Then that damnable shoulder injury.  But, the injury was past.  There was no doubt whatsoever about that.  The scar had healed, the insurance company had paid the bill and Scrooge was back […]

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Metaphors for Healing: The Tale of the Body’s Bank

Posted on March 15th, 2018 by innercircle

I’ve spoken of my first Clinical Instructor that helped to ruin me (to my eternal gratitude!) for “traditional” therapy.  Several years ago, I heard from Gina that she was finally releasing her book, “The Heart of Healing: Discovering the Secrets of Self-Care” and has now begun teaching therapists the skills and wisdom she has obtained […]

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Metaphors for Healing: The Tale of the Uneven Tire

Posted on December 7th, 2017 by innercircle

Imagine that you return home from driving your car and notice some uneven wear on your front driver’s side tire.  You take your car to the best mechanic in town and have them put on the best radial tire that money can buy.  The mechanic doesn’t change the alignment, check the wheel well, etc.; they […]

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To Everything… Turn, Turn, Turn

Posted on September 26th, 2017 by innercircle

As the title of this piece hearkens back to The Byrds seminal 1965 hit that spoke to a generation; it also speaks to this past year at Inner Circle.  We thought we’d take a chance and begin our new blog with an introduction to some of the changes that Inner Circle has seen in 2017; […]

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