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Your body needs deep relaxation on a regular basis in order to heal.

Too many women carry a tremendous amount of stress and tension throughout the body as a natural response to our culture that doesn’t know how to stop, slow down, or honor feminine wisdom. This tension can translate into a variety of all too common symptoms that are often quite treatable with natural, hands-on techniques — no drugs or surgery required.Dr. Danielle Cornelius

Women’s Health Chiropractic Physician

My modern preventative health care practice is centered around calming the nervous system, which must be in a relaxed state in order to facilitate healing. Relaxation is not a luxury. It is a requirement for healthy life. Women’s bodies are too often in “fight, flight, or freeze” mode, for a variety of reasons. It does not have to stay this way.

Physical and energy medicine are largely missing from the current mainstream paradigm of healing. Both help to create a sense of calm and relaxation in your body and are critical components of true preventative care.

The revolutionary, holistic women’s health care I practice emphasizes dedicated attention to the female structure and energy system, which often desperately needs therapeutic touch and a listening ear to relieve its deeply held aches and pains.

As a chiropractor, I am an evidence-based, scientifically trained physician and a skilled bodyworker. I draw on both ancient wisdom and the latest research to inform my practice. In 2011, after years of rigorous journey through the academics of science and medicine, I began studying physical therapist Tami Kent’s pioneering work, Holistic Pelvic Care™. Working with Tami ignited my inner wild feminine healer. Additionally, my background and education in communication gives me an important appreciation for what it takes to nurture a healing relationship and listen with empathy.

My practice is in service to women who have aches and pains throughout the body, with focused attention on the spine and pelvis. I also practice Holistic Pelvic Care™ (HPC) – a gentle internal vaginal massage technique combined with simple breath work – for women who struggle with pelvic floor issues such as incontinence, pelvic pain, prolapse, etc. Learn more about HPC by visiting the frequently asked questions.

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