Welcome Back Cindy Schneider, OTR/L – Occupational Therapist

Cindy Schneider, OTR/L

Please help us welcome back to Essence of Wellness Chiropractic Center, Cindy Schneider, OTR/L – an Occupational Therapist who has worked in the area of Health and Wellness for most of her career. She will be joining us later this month. Her philosophy is based on Holistic Health. She uses “hands on healing techniques” such as self-acupressure massage, neurolymphatic and neuro-reflexive massage, sensory integrative techniques, neurodevelopmental techniques and incorporates manual techniques like Myofascial Release, Craniosacral Therapy, Muscle Energy, and Neural Energy Techniques.

Her experience has been both with infants/children and adults. She feels that all people benefit from a combination of these techniques to optimize health. By using a variety of “hands on” (also called manual techniques) and teaching skills that can be done at home, the patient begins to notice changes within a few visits. The patient and family are an active part of therapy as she believes that carry over at home is essential for continued improvement and autonomy. By balancing the body through the neuromuscular and musculoskeletal systems, the body begins to heal itself. The individual may find it less difficult to fight gravity and move more freely. Breathing, digestion, circulation and balance may begin to change. Fine motor, visual perception and cognition may also change. Occupational Therapy is covered by most insurance policies. If you would like to schedule an appointment, please contact someone at Essence of Wellness and we will be happy to accommodate you.

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About the Author:

Dean Smith, DC, PhD, husband, and father of two children, is a highly respected health and wellness authority. He is a chiropractor at Essence of Wellness Chiropractic Center and a researcher and clinical professor at Miami University. Dr. Smith incorporates lifestyle intervention (exercise, nutrition, other non-drug methods) with chiropractic adjustments and other manual methods to encourage optimal wellness. He has helped countless adults and children lead a life of wellness. His research interests lie broadly in the area of human movement and coordination. He is most interested in how chiropractic, exercise and rehabilitation affect human performance. His scientific articles have been published in such journals as Human Movement Science, Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, Chiropractic Research Journal, Chiropractic and Osteopathy and The Open Neurology Journal. His training includes a Master’s degree in exercise science, a Doctor of Chiropractic degree and a PhD in brain and cognitive science with a focus on motor control and coordination. The International Federation of Sports Chiropractic has awarded him with the International Chiropractic Sport Science Diploma (ICSSD).

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