I was privileged to work as part of the Beth Israel Continuum Cancer Center in New York City, and saw first hand how effective Acupuncture can be for side effects of radiation, hot flashes, xerostomia and more.
This time in the Huffington Post, while looking at the rising cost of healthcare.
I found this study to be an interesting look at what could be part of the reason why the Alexander Technique and the Art of Breathing work has such a impact for so many with low back issues!
20 September, 2012 | By The Press Association
A study was carried out for 11 months, exploring an Alexander Technique teaching service that was time-limited.
Those who suffer with chronic pain may find some relief through learning the Alexander Technique in NHS outpatient clinics, research found.
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This article by Alexander Technique teacher Marta Curbelo discusses how the Technique has helped her with her Multiple Sclerosis. There is also a link to her interview with Robert Rickover about her experiences. Article in The Jewish Life.
Click to read the Dec. 7th Huffington Post article featuring the Alexander Technique: “Mix and Match Several Alternative Therapies to Ease Back Pain”
Johns Hopkins recently sited the Alexander Technique in their Health Alerts.
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In April 2009, following the BMJ study on the Alexander Technique, O magazine included this article about the Alexander Technique: http://www.oprah.com/health/A-Cure-for-Back-Pain-The-Alexander-Technique. Continue reading “Oprah magazine features the Alexander Technique”
In 2008 the British Medical Journal released this study that found the Alexander Technique to be effective in treating chronic and recurrent back-pain.
To see the full excerpt in the BMJ online: http://www.bmj.com/content/337/bmj.a884.full
2008 article in the The Sunday Times on Alexander Technique as a supplement for other therapies in the treatment of mental illness: