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Articles about Somatics

All of these articles may be of interest to you, but for your easy browsing convenience, we have divided them into a few categories.

Somatics Case Studies

A few examples clients' experience with Clinical Somatics.

Karen Hewitt: Crippling Knee Problem

A car accident in which Karen slammed on the brakes to avoid killing a bicyclist led to a chronic knee problem. The pain gradually worsened, until she had to avoid almost any exercise, including walking up the stairs. Knee surgeries only made the condition worse. Despite that, doctors declared the surgery a success (although they chastised her for failing to recover from it), and attributed her problems to a rare bout of post surgical arthritic conditions. Thirteen years later, Karen had to alternate between crutches and a wheelchair.

Steven Aronstein: Disabled by Fibromyalgia

In college, Steven Aronstein became debilitated by chronic pain throughout his body, weakness, gastrointestinal problems, and fatigue to the point of immunological & cognitive impairment. At the age of 19, he found himself with less health and function than most 70 year olds. Steven was officially diagnosed by specialist hospitals with fibromyalgia, a chronic illness of the nervous system and joints...

For Professionals

Articles and information for practitioners and health care professionals.

Clinical Somatic Education: A New Discipline in the Field of Health Care

Thomas Hanna’s own description of Somatic Education as developed for his original training program. This article provides a descriptive and eloquent clarification of the methods of Somatic Education, including the developments and problems that preceded it; as well as a helpful history of bodywork and Somatic explorations leading up to Hanna’s work. Additionally, this article provides a partial description of some the key elements of our modern Clinical Somatic Education.