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Whole-listic Solution


(Mind + Body + Soul = Whole)

Finding the real U, holistic = realistic

Dr. Stéphane Provencher aka Dr. Awesome at the Gainesville Holistic Health Center

Organ Therapy - CMRT Chiropractic

CMRT stands for Chiropractic Manipulative Reflex Technique. Eating poorly digestible foods, excess or prolonged stresses, misalignment of the spine, cranium, and/ or extremities, and poor posture are some examples of causative factors for dysfunctional internal organs. CMRT includes correcting nervous system signals to the organs, adjusting the position of internal organs, and adjusting the fascia and other organ-related structures. CMR does for the organs what spinal adjusting does for the vertebrae and nervous system.


This technique helps conditions such as Acid Reflux, blood sugar issues, constipation, diarrhea, heart palpitations, depression, headaches, toxicity issues, cholesterol levels, high blood pressure, hormonal irregularities, kidney pains, irritable bowel syndrome and menstrual cramps to name a few. CMRT can mobilize or free adhesions caused by stress or injury and “reset” the organ reflex neurologically. Once the organ is freed from its limiting stressor, its energies can flow freely toward self-repair.


The main corrective mechanisms employed in the correction of these subluxation patterns are pelvic blocks and hands-on adjusting techniques. The specificity and flexibility of allows the chiropractor to choose adjusting techniques based on the needs and condition of the patient. This technique acknowledges the various forms and implications of nervous system dysfunction, including: structural, dural/meningeal, viscersomatic, and tonal subluxations by addressing each of these specifically in its adjusting protocols and procedures.


Dr. Stéphane also use CMRT in order to restore the proper signal from your nervous system to the organ in food sensitivity. Since your innune system "reboot" every 21 days, Dr. Stéphane usually see food sensitivity patients every 7 days until it is resolve.

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