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An Osteopathic Approach to Long COVID (and other chronic health conditions)
Barbara Schultze

May 18, 2022

Osteopathic training allows us to understand and work with the interrelationships of the movement and function of the various parts of the body – the interrelationship between the musculoskeletal system and the function of the organs, nervous systems, immune functions, and hormonal and endocrine systems that are interdependent on each other. The body functions together as a whole unit. In order…

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Toy soldiers battling mice and scary things…
Barbara Schultze

December 13, 2021

The scary things out there … The scary things in you … What is it that scares you enough to stop you from moving forward? Like fairytales – our body tells the stories of our experiences, and often our body becomes a container for the fear and uncertainty that results from some of these experiences.  At times we are not…

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Battling the dragon in your mind
Barbara Schultze

December 8, 2021

Dragon myths exist in almost every culture and tell stories of these violent and vile temper creatures living in the depths of the unknown.  These ancient mythological creatures have been said to use wicked persuasiveness, and are often seen at the final battle, protecting the ultimate guarded vast treasures, while instilling fear in any human that dares to attempt…

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Neuro-Motor Efficiency
Barbara Schultze

October 29, 2020

Movement affects your health – and Health affects your movement.

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Pulmonary Fibrosis
Barbara Schultze

October 28, 2020

This video was created as part of a presentation that was given to the Pulmonary Fibrosis Support Group meeting on September 30, 2020.

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Garden – a metaphor for life
Barbara Schultze

September 27, 2020

2020 is certainly a year I will never forget. This year has allowed me an unusual amount of time for reflection and contemplation amongst all the difficulties and uncertainties that we have faced on a global scale. Last week I was at my community garden harvesting some of my fall crops. My 7-year-old granddaughter was there…

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