ABOUT THE WRITER
This writer is from a lineage of New England Mill Workers and Farmers going back four hundred years, imprinting mechanical engineering centrally in his cognitive processes. To him, everything looks like a mechanical problem. Since discovering Manual Therapy in 1982 he has applied this cognitive bias to his client work, troubleshooting their issues. Troubleshooting involves isolating discrete subsets of a larger, more complex system, characterizing both their actual and optimal structure/function dynamics, and formulating tactics for convergence to optimization.
This website is this writer’s attempt to document his understanding of the discrete subsets of the Holistic Human he has observed and illustrate his understanding of their optimized structural/functional roles. The experience he acquired from his work with clients (what worked/what did not) has informed the evolution of his understanding. The primary competency he brings to this project is his more than fifty years of study of these issues, as well as the Manual Therapy training he has undertaken. His training is documented here:
TRAINING AND CERTIFICATIONS
and a summary of his practice here: