The treatment plan is always to listen to the body for the layer of the onion it wants to heal at that moment in the session. I never try to manipulate, adjust, or fix anyone. I just try to be the best possible listener. I also know that the Gillespie Approach is just one piece of the health/well-being puzzle. A patient’s lifestyle has a great bearing on their healing ability.
Patients often ask me, how many visits will treatment take? In all honesty I never know because I cannot tell how much trauma their craniosacral fascial system is holding. Also, how far down the rabbit hole do they want to go? Plus, I do not know how quickly they can physically and emotionally release their old trauma(s).
A mom has had migraines most of her life. Today’s seventeenth session revisited an in utero compressive strain pattern with her right pelvic fascia triggering her left occipital pain.
The Gillespie Approach attempts to find the root cause of a structural issue. Our work is corrective; we are not the disease management business. Our goal is to help the body emotionally and physically heal old traumas in the space-time continuum.
Since birth trauma is a common issue for many child/adult patients, our mission is for every newborn to be checked/treated to avoid a lifetime of suffering. This concept is my sincere wish for the unborn.