What to expect from a Treatment with Eric:

Eric’s goal is to help you find relief from what has brought you into his treatment room. Most of Eric’s patients have come to him in search of pain relief and/or to increase their range of motion that they have not been able to achieve with other interventions. His work is subtle and with intention, but the release of the pain that brought you in to see him can be felt on a much deeper level.

During each session, Eric utilizes evidence-based practice and intuition to help his patients receive optimal results. Your first session with Eric will be 60 minutes in length. In this session you and Eric will discuss your medical history, he will perform an assessment, discuss your current issues, and he will create a treatment plan with you. Follow-up treatments vary in length of time from thirty minutes to an hour.

Eric views and manipulates the body osteopathically, meaning he approaches his work in 360 degrees, looking at the body as a whole unit and not a segment. He works with the idea that even though you are having pain or discomfort in one area, it does not mean it is not coming from somewhere else. Eric says, "The human body is an intricate self-healing machine, sometimes we have to help guide it in the direction it needs to allow itself to heal."

Eric Treats Many Conditions, Including, but not limited to:

• Idiopathic Pain • Sciatica
• Pelvic Issues • Rotator cuff issues
• Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
• Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
• Plantar fasciitis • Balance issues
• Post-surgical pain
• Headaches/Migraines
• Muscle strains, pulls, or tightness
• Stiffness or difficulty moving
• Lymphatic congestion issues
• Chronic or acute issues
• Issues from motor vehicle accidents

Modalities Eric Utilizes Are:
(all modalities are not used in each treatment)

• Fascial Release (aka: Myofascial Release)
• Manual Lymph Drainage • Visceral Manipulation
• Cupping Therapy • Kinesiology Taping

These techniques do not require the use of lotions, creams, or oils. This generally allows Eric to work through loose-fitting clothing but most like to receive the work as if it was a traditional massage. This has allowed others to fall into a parasympathetic response (rest and digest), giving them a deeper state of relaxation in order to allow their bodies to heal themselves. Though the purpose of his work is for its therapeutic effects, you will most likely find it to be very relaxing.

Eric S. Jones Williams

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