Bowen Therapy for Animals and Humans.

Welcome to Ellerton Bowen Therapy
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is a Bendigo Region business operated by Danny and Christine Ellerton,  operating a "Mobile" Bowen Therapy practice, where we treat your loved Pet / Animal with Bowen Therapy.

What is Bowen Therapy?

Bowen Therapy is a gentle cross fibre manipulation of the fascia or connective tissue.  These specialised moves are applied to specific muscles, tendons and ligaments, initiating relaxation of the muscles and reduction of nerve pressure.  This allows the body to make appropriate adjustments to re-alignment and balance, for improved health and well-being.

One of the many advantages of Bowen Therapy is that it is among the gentler of healing modalities.  There are very few moves that require anything more than a gentle touch.  However, that touch - can produce excellent results.

Bowen Therapy can be used for almost any injury, any time, whether they are fresh or old injuries.  There are few normal circumstances where Bowen Therapy may not be applied, as there are no ‘twangs’ or ‘flicks’ or significant stretching.  The motion is controlled and smooth.

Bowen Therapy is used on a multitude of ailments, from muscular and spinal complaints to visceral (internal organ) conditions, including the lymphatic system.  Its use with debilitating and degenerative conditions can be profound.

Bowen Therapy is also capable of affecting emotional changes in animals.  These emotional changes allow the animal to respond more effectively to the treatment and also helps in their rehabilitation.

Bowen Therapy is capable of the following:

a.   Improved Tendon, Ligament and Fascia problems;
b.   Improves Chronic and Acute injuries;
c.   Improves Range of Movement;
d.   Improves Mental and Emotional problems;
e.   Improves Lymphatic problems whereby improving body and coat conditions;
f.    Improves Conformation; and
g.   Improves Recovery from Post Operatives and Post Injuries

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