​Pain Management & Wellness

Pain Be Gone!

Holistic Health & Bodywork

This form of bodywork offers deep broad pressure performed by the therapist's feet.  Great for low-back pain as movements along the paraspinals open up intervertebral disc space allowing the nucleus to return to normal position within the annulus, thus relieving irritation to spinal nerves. Think of gravity assisted effleurage that will recharge your chi! 

Qigong Sensory Treatment (QST) Massage

Research shows that all children, regardless of language delays or abilities, benefit from QST autism massage. Unlike ABA therapy that works on language, QST autism massage works via the sense of touch. It is one of the few research-based autism treatments that improves skills in all children regardless of severity or language ability.

​​​Functional Medicine is a science based personalized medicine approach that focuses on the underlying root cause of chronic illness rather than treating the symptoms. We utilize functional lab testing, biochemical and genetic analysis for a client-centered approach to wellness.

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Sharon  earned her Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practice and is a Licensed Bodywork/Mechanotherapist specializing in Neuromuscular Therapy, Trigger Point Therapy, Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Orthopedic Manual Osteopathy, Myofascial Release, Thai Yoga, Ashiatsu & Female Pelvic Floor Training. She holds a degree in Holistic Health, with a focus on Orthomolecular Nutrition and Botanical Medicine. Sharon is also a Certified Nutritional & Metabolic Healing Practitioner, Myoskeletel Alignment Therapist, Pilates Instructor , Corrective Exercise Specialist & Doula. 
She is a Functional Medicine Practitioner and is certified in Chronic Pain Management. 

Sharon considers herself to be a lifelong learner and is always excited to expand her repertoire. She enjoys wild-crafting and making herbal remedies for an array of different wellness needs.  At home she enjoys spending time with her husband, three children, animals and experimenting in the kitchen.

Sharon serves as the Director of Clinical Assessment for VerteCore Technologies. She is also an avid ASD researcher and advocate and has had the opportunity to meet with Temple Grandin and other noteworthy speakers. She enjoys attending continuing education conferences and speaking to others about the benefits of Functional Medicine and Bodywork for autism and other neuromusculoskeletal pathologies.

Helping people manage chronic pain, avoid harmful drugs, prevent unnecessary surgeries, and improve their quality of life are Sharon's primary goals.