Over time, the flow of our body slows down through an accumulation of our postural stress, daily tensions and past injuries. This causes neuro-muscular and fascial restrictions in the body, which can lead to strains, sprains, chronic pain disorders and diseases.
Our approach focuses more on the whole body system, using a light touch approach to release these deep restrictions and alleviate any stagnation in the system. This process can eliminate our pain and restores our movement and function. It also works to improve your awareness of our body and connects body-mind.
Vera Killian, MSPT
Vera Killian graduated from UCONN with a Masters in in Physical Therapy in 2000. She also has a BA in Communications from CCSU. For the past 15 years, she has been using craniosacral therapy as her modality of choice for the treatment of chronic pain conditions. She is currently studying Somatic Experiencing, a trauma release modality. She is passionate with the healing process and enjoys assisting others in their healing and development. She lives in Andover with her husband and animals and enjoys the winters skiing in Killington Vermont.
Olga Rozman, MSPT
Olga Rozman graduated from UConn in 2008 with a Masters degree in Physical therapy. She is a firm believer in benefits of manual therapy using Myofascial Release, Muscle Energy, Neural Tension and Craniosacral Therapy in treating chronic pain as well as post surgical problems. She is trained in treatment of vestibular disorders and balance issues. Since graduating, Olga has been fascinated by principles of wellness in Thai Chi culture and its correlation to modern physical therapy. She is certified to teach Thai Chi to beginners and elderly and has given lessons in Mansfield Senior center. Olga lives with her husband and a family cat in Storrs, loves biking and trips to the ocean.
Kevin Pratt, MSPT
PT graduated from Quinnipiac College with a Bachelors in Physical Therapy in 1998. He specializes in a variety of osteopathic manual techniques, Zero Balancing as well as Cranio-Sacral Therapy to treat neurological and muscle-skeletal disorders. He lives in Newington, with his wife, two children, Miles and Abbey, and two dogs.