Conditions Treated by Bowen Technique

The BOWEN Technique is a form of bodywork known for its gentleness and the speed of its effects.
The soothing and restorative effects of Bowen treatment have a wide range of applications. Through practical experience BOWEN practitioners have been increasingly expanding the range of conditions that the technique has been found to effectively treat. At this point we can list the following conditions as some of many that show substantial improvement under the influence of the BOWEN Technique.

BOWEN is safe to use on anyone, from the newborn to the elderly, as there are no vigorous manipulations employed in the treatment. Yet, despite the gentleness of its application, the BOWEN Technique achieves profound, substantial, rapid and lasting relief from a wide spectrum of conditions.

The Bowen technique is holistic.

Among the benefits it achieves in the process are the reduction of physical, emotional and mental stress; improvement in joint mobility, circulation of lymphatic and venous fluids and assimilation of nutrients; the elimination of toxins. 

Patients with sports injuries and accidents have found the BOWEN Technique very helpful as a remedial therapy during their recovery. It may improve rehabilidation time regardless of when the injury was sustained.
In place of the illness and discomfort experienced with the conditions listed, BOWEN introduces a state of ease and well being. Our experience demonstrates its benefit for 

  • Allergies 
  • Baby and childhood problems 
  • Back problems 
  • Bladder problems, bedwetting 
  • Bowel problems 
  • Digestive problems 
  • Dizziness 
  • Ear problems 
  • Fatigue 
  • Fluid retention 
  • Foot problems 
  • Frozen shoulder 
  • Headaches (migraine, sinus) 
  • Bedwetting, incontinence 
  • Jaw problems 
  • Knee and hip restrictions, misalignments 
  • Menstrual and other female problems 
  • Pelvic tilt, leg length, hip imbalance 
  • Poor mobility 
  • Repetitive Strain Injury 
  • Respiratory problems 
  • Skeletal and muscular problems from lumbar to neck 
  • Sports injuries 
  • Stress 

We always recommend people first discuss their health concerns with their General Practitioner.