This week's episode features Dr. Kyle Klim and Dr. Phil Pritting as they share their own personal experiences with Craniosacral Therapy, in particular, Somatic Emotional Release. Tune in to hear their stories and how this healing modality can help release stored emotions.
Acknowledging that physical symptoms can have an emotional source is imperative to total body healing. By opening the "avenue of expression" through more advanced Craniosacral Therapy, we are able to begin clearing emotional and energetic stressors, allowing ourselves to heal more completely and express our truth. Tune in for this week's IWG Radio episode with Dr. Kyle Klim & Dr. Phil Pritting.
Join Dr. Kyle Klim & Dr. Phil Pritting in this week's IWG Radio as they break down what exactly is foundation training as well as sharing their personal passion about the movement therapy.
Join Dr. Kyle and Dr. Phil as they describe the Physical Medicine Program at Integrative Wellness Group in Belmar, NJ. Chiropractic care has evolved to be able to offer so much more than just the stereotypical adjustment. Tune in as Dr. Kyle & Dr. Phil share their personal stories and passion about the healing benefits of chiropractic care.
Join Dr. Kyle and Dr. Phil as they describe the Physical Medicine Program at Integrative Wellness Group in Belmar, NJ. Dr. Kyle and Dr. Phil describe craniosacral therapy, foundation training, and the head to toe approach to chiropractic care that makes IWG unique.
In this episode, Functional Medicine Nutritionist Brooke Scheller interviews pregnancy and pediatric specialist, Dr. Kyle Klim about how the gut microbiome from birth can affect health throughout the lifespan. This is especially useful for women who are pregnant or looking to become pregnant, or those looking to find the root cause of some of their symptoms.
In this episode of IWG Radio, Functional Medicine Doctor Nicole Rivera and Pregnancy Chiropractor Dr. Kyle Klim discuss common misconceptions with prenatal vitamins and the importance of testing for a gene mutation called MTHFR.