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Use the form below to search for healthcare practitioners near you who specialize in treating shoulder conditions. Click on "more about practitioner" to check NAT qualification status. Details on these pages are regularly updated. All practitioners must be registered with a relevant professional association. Always check with the relevant association if you wish to confirm the credentials of an individual practitioner.


 
 
 
 
 

“I went on line and found your website. I contacted Jeremy Alter, a physical therapist with training in your frozen shoulder technique. I drove up to have two sessions with him. I am off drugs, have a great deal more mobility and see myself getting well, something that had me really concerned before” - Judy Toth

“It is so wonderful to have the use of my arm again and I am so very grateful to you and your colleagues for putting your technique "out there" within everyone's reach! Warmest Regards” - Diane Colvin

“Within two weeks of treatment, the pain had significantly diminished and I was able to sleep again. Continued treatment with your method rapidly increased my range of movement” - Stanley Cohen



   

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Frequently asked Questions*

Who are the practitioners listed here?

Practitioners listed on this site include medical doctors, chiropractors, osteopaths, acupuncture therapists, physical therapists and medical massage therapists.They have listed on this site as they are available to treat shoulder conditions and have received access to the NAT training course.

What is NAT certification?

Practitioners who train in the NAT technique may opt to complete certification through the submission of reflective learning exams. Certification is not mandatory. You should always check with the practitioner in order to confirm that he/she is experienced in the use of NAT and should always satisfy yourself as to the credentials, qualifications and relevant experience of any practitioner.

What is Osteopathy?

Osteopathy is a philosophy and an alternative medical practice which emphasizes the interrelationship between structure and function of the body and recognizes the body's ability to heal itself; it is the role of the osteopath to facilitate that process, principally by the practice of manual and manipulative therapy.

What is Physical Therapy?

Physical therapists (PTs) are highly-educated, licensed health care professionals. They can help patients to reduce pain and improve or restore mobility - in many cases without expensive surgery and often reducing the need for long-term use of prescription medications and their side effects.

What is acupuncture?

Acupuncture is used to treat a range of conditions including lower back pain, migraine and knee pain. Increasingly, Acupuncture therapists, with their knowledge of trigger point therapy, are learning and practicing the NAT technique for treating complex shoulder conditions.

What is medical Massage?

Medical massage is outcome-based massage. Well qualified and highly experienced massage therapists are often extremely adept at using the NAT technique for treating complex shoulder conditions.

What is Chiropractic?

Chiropractic is a health care profession that focuses on disorders of the musculoskeletal system and the nervous system, and the effects of these disorders on general health. Chiropractors are usually extremely proficient in the practice of NAT.

What is Bowen Therapy?

This technique was invented by an Australian osteopath called Tom Bowen in the 1950s. A review of his work carried out in 1975 found that he treated 13,000 patients annually, and that he had an 85% success rate on many different conditions. This led to great interest in the treatment. Towards the end of his life, he agreed to have six practitioners observe him and learn his method. One of the therapists, Oswald Rentsch, took detailed notes and pioneered the spread of Bowen Therapy. He also coined the name "Bowen Technique". It is sometimes referred to as Fascial Therapy, Smart Bowen, Fascial Kinetics, Neuro-structural Integration (NST), Fascial Bowen and Bowenwork.

Today, the technique is used in over 30 countries around the world by approximately 26,000 therapists.

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