Tamara Meyer, NMT  Integrative Neuromuscular Healing. Pain, Injuries, TMJ/TMD, Artistic & Athletic Performance, Children & Adults.
"I seek to discern imbalance before it becomes disease; to discern dysfunction before it becomes disability"  Tamara Meyer

Integrative Therapy
Modalities

Tamara relies on numerous modalities and juxtaposes them simultaneously when working with her patients. These systems include traditional Western medicine, Eastern medicine, and Osteopathic medicine.

Western medicine

Western medicine addresses the body in terms of anatomy and physiology. Some Western methods that Tamara Meyer employs include ergonomic strategies, exercise physiology, trigger point therapy, therapeutic exercise, and active NMT (Neuromuscular Therapeutic) stretching. When appropriate, she also refers patients to physicians for testing, the results of which are factored into her treatment.

Eastern Medicine/Five Element Theory

Eastern medicine looks at the body and mind in terms of energy or chi. Acupuncture, martial arts, and macrobiotics are all based on this highly effective and well-studied system. Tamara utilizes her knowledge of this approach in balancing the body with movement and bio-energetic methods.

Osteopathic Medicine

Osteopathic physicians consider the cranio-sacral mechanism to be the primary respiratory system of the body. By working with this mechanism, balance is restored. Tamara utilizes three different approaches to cranio-sacral technique as part of her ‘tool bag’ and uses this work throughout her practice.