After 5 years, she moved to the outpatient setting where she found a new love of orthopedics helping patients after surgeries, injuries and returning to the sports they enjoy.
She has continued education and experience with:
Total joint replacements
Overuse syndromes such as tendonopathies
Sacroiliac (SI) joint dysfunction
Hip labral repair rehabilitation
Running gait analysis
Rehabilitation of the triathlete
Rehabilitation of the pediatric patient
Her Specialties include:
Stroke and Brain Injury Rehabilitation: Neuro-IFRAH® Certified
Integrative Systematic Dry Needling: Certified in Dry Needling (CIDN)
Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization: IASTM
Since arriving in Jackson, Erin has enjoyed the outdoor mountain lifestyle including, downhill skiing, nordic skiing, trail running and mountain biking. She enjoys the challenge of high altitude organic gardening, raising chickens, spending time with her dogs and training for triathlons. Erin is also a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist (CCRT) and owns her own “Doggy Rehab” business here in the valley-Lucky Dog Rehabilitation: www.yourluckydogrehab.com
Erin’s PT tip: Clamshells (or Dirty Dogs) for hip stability. “Without stable hips, it is hard to maintain balance and execute more complex movements for daily activities or advanced athletics.”
Danielle Monique is a Certified Massage Therapist, from the Massage Therapy Institute of Colorado in Denver. Her goal is to assist clients in finding the postural, lifestyle-created and nutrition imbalances in the body so that they can move more freely and pain-free. She works with each client on an individual level exploring hidden sources of stress, working towards fitness/athletic/lifestyle goals while incorporating Paleo nutrition support. Danielle works with the whole body for complete client wellness.
Danielle specializes in Therapeutic Massage: Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular Therapy (trigger point), Myofascial Release and Injury Prevention/Rehabilitation. Her skill set blends seamlessly with Physical Therapy and Pre/Post Surgery.
Being active in the Tetons naturally creates stress and structural imbalances in our bodies. The goal of Danielle’s bodywork is to keep each and every client comfortably and enjoyably doing what they love to do — whether it’s fly fishing, skiing, running, biking, competing, yoga, lifting, or taking the dog for a romp in the forest.
She looks forward to meeting and assisting you in finding balance, and freedom of movement in your body.
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“I see the energetic Universes surrounding and defining the nature of a human being, this energetic information is relevant and usually important for the spirit to grow.” Jennifer’s work is about bringing a person into his or her own awareness by sharing what is residing in, attached to or surrounding them. The insights often include archetypal relationships, geographic relations and opportunities often clearing away blocks and obstacles. Every sentient being has an energetic “body” that effects relationships within and outside themselves. Accessing this information allows for accelerated personal growth and profound soul awareness.
MA Transpersonal Communication (Atlantic U)~ongoing
BS Communications (Emerson College)
Certified Aromatherapist (Asian Center Healing Arts)
Certified Teacher (UniTEFL Chaing Mai)
Certified Life Coach (Fowler Wainwright)
After graduating at the top of my class in 1999, I became a Certified Medical Assistant. I have spent the last 15 years working in physician offices and hospitals caring for patients in multiple areas of medicine ranging from phlebotomy to chemotherapy. In 2005, I moved to Jackson, Wyoming where I began working for a Board Certified Internal Medicine and Board Certified Holistic Medicine Physician.
I was introduced to Iridology at a young age. My younger sister was diagnosed with Epilepsy when she was seven years old and doctors told my parents there was nothing that could be done other than to put her on powerful prescription medication for the rest of her life. Knowing that was not an option, my parents took my sister to an Iridologist. After analyzing my sister’s irises, the Iridologist was able to strengthen and heal some of the imbalances in her body through supplements and diet. To this day my sister has not had another seizure. Following that experience, I knew that I wanted to be able to help other people the way my sister’s Iridologist helped her. Achieving optimal wellness through nature has always been a passion of mine.
My ambition as your Iridologist will be to create an exceptional experience centered on your needs and wellness. With my compassionate nature, understanding, respect and confidence it is my genuine concern to help you create personalized wellness from within. Please allow me the opportunity to analyze your body’s strengths and weaknesses through the science of Iridology. Your eyes are the window to your soul and it is there that balance, healing, and wellness originates.
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I have worked in a variety of clinics. Most noteable is UCSD's Integrative Oncology Center. Here, I treated Oncology patients who were dealing with the emotional toll of their diagnosis, and the side effects of their treatments, (chemotherapy and radiation).
I also have experience in community clinic settings. This is a more affordable model of holistic care. In these settings, patients are seated, and I can use the major acupuncture points accessible on the hands, feet and ears of patients. It is done in an open room, where I can treat many patients an hour. This is a great system because patients who need care multiple times a week can find affordable access to treatment.
I have worked in a busy clinic, treating any and all disorders as well. Since the diagnostics are different with Traditional Chinese Medicine, we can often make progress where other systems of medicine cannot, autoimmune disease are a good example of this; additionally neurological disorders.
Many people do not know that acupuncture can treat the common cold or flu extremely effectively, and allergies too. The sooner you come in for treatment the sooner you can kick a cold. Herbal medicine is amazing at treating this too.
I am certified in Theta Healing DNA II. I have done two levels of certifications with this modality. I incorporate strategies from Theta Healing into many of my acupuncture treatments. Theta Healing allows me to use techniques to tap into the deeper levels with my patients, for more profound results. To understand this system, I like to reference quantum physics. In quantum physics, its accepted that we can change the movement of particles in space. Particles that appear to be moving randomly, will change movement with a simple thought from a person. That is how Theta Healing works. Its possible to connect the dots from why a physical ailment exists, to an existing thought pattern, that may longer be serving a person. Once we bring awareness to a negative thought pattern, we can change the way the energy is flowing in a person's body.
I do chakra balancing. I use my pendulum to determine how open each chakra. If there are any blockages, I will employ breathing techniques, reiki, and talk therapy to open them. Often times, we close them because we think its serving us, for example, the I find people often close their throat chakra. Once we discuss, what the throat chakra is, and what it represents, people find self expression comes much easier. There is always a lot of uncover when addressing the chakras. With each acupuncture treatment, I like to balance the acupuncture merdians and each chakra. People feel amazing when their energy is flowing.
Before I got into Holistic Medicine, I sold orthopedic surgical implants to surgeons in New York City. I would be in the operating room, consulting on the proper use of my products. I have worked on many sides of the health care system, and I find my current practice the most rewarding and beneficial for society.
I recently moved to the Jackson area. I love the outdoors, specifically hiking with my Rhodesian Ridgeback, and rock climbing. I am a practitioner of Kunadlini yoga, and other styles of yoga as well.