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Steve Dunne M.I.I.C.CT, S.N.H.S Dip

Complementary Holistic Medicine Therapy

Steve has been studying with the complimentary holistic therapies for over 12 years. Beginning Tui-NA massage way back in 2004, Steve started a journey that has taking him trough 10 distinct and yet related fields of holistic medicine including Acupressure, Kinesology, Pranic Healing, Tui Na and Shiatsu to some other therapies like Stress Management, Holistic Pain Management, Pranic Healing, Energy Work and Allergy Testing 
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On his journey he recognised  that by approaching a problem from multi-able directions through his knowledge holistic therapies he specializes in the treating the following conditions.

  • Tennis Elbow
  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Lower Back Pain
  • Physical Stress Issues
  • Neck Problems
  • Pain Control / Reduction
  • Upper Back Problems 

Continuing a life long journey of study of complementary and holistic therapies Steve is currently studying for his higher international diploma in holistic medicine ......

 

 

Acupressure 

A form of alternative therapy in which manual pressure is used to stimulate specific points on the body along what are considered to be lines of energy through the body.

Kinesology 

is the study of movement, and Systematic tests to the muscles to test their function and as a feedback to other parts of the body. A simple way to explain a muscle test is when it's used as a diagnostic or a way to uncover what's going on with the body itself.

Tui Na 

Is a form of Chinese manipulative / massage therapy often used in conjunction with acupressure. It loosens aches and tense tissue which helps with the overall healing process. Is very effective for stiff necks and lower back problems

Shiatsu 

In shiatsu therapy, pressure with thumbs, hands, elbows, knees or feet is applied to pressure points on the body. This form of massage also focuses on rotating and stretching limbs, joints, and pressure points, or meridians, as they're called in traditional Chinese medicine