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Frozen Shoulder

A shoulder / hand mystery solved with the Bowen Technique

Case Studies                                
Positive Health magazine –     July 2008   

A shoulder / hand mystery solved with the Bowen Technique 
by Janie Godfrey

A. was a fit and healthy 55 year old man who held down a very responsible, physically demanding job which he loved.  He had been off work for the 4 months, since mid-June, due to a problem with his right hand.

The Bowen Technique ~ Treatment of shoulders

In Touch             
The Journal of the Organisation of Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice  
AUTUMN ISSUE 2004  No. 108   

The Bowen Technique ~ Treatment of shoulders   
Julian Baker
 
There can be little more generalised in terms of a diagnosis as ‘Frozen Shoulder.’  The term is often enough to strike dread into the hearts of even the most experienced physical therapist, encompassing as it does so many possibilities, both in terms of aetiology as well as treatment.

The Bowen Technique - Frozen Shoulder

from PhysiotherapyFRONTLINE   April 3 2002           Vol 8 No 7   

NEWS    
Clinical Evidence points to effectiveness of Bowen for frozen shoulder      

The Bowen technique, a complementary therapy developed in Australia during the last century, is gaining popularity with healthcare professionals.  New research suggests it can aid patients with frozen shoulder, reportsRACHEL POTTER    

The Bowen Technique - Frozen Shoulder

Today’sTherapist International Trade Journal   -   Issue 39  Mar Apr 2006    

The Bowen Technique - Frozen Shoulder                                  
by Janie Godfrey with Julian Baker 

The term ‘frozen shoulder’ can strike dread into the heart of even the most experienced physical therapist, as it encompasses so many possibilities, both in terms of aetiology as well as treatment.
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