My Rolfing® services are offered at the Studio One Pilates Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Their number is 907-770-2639.
I work in my own Private Practice one day a week (Wednesdays).
For folks looking to utilize insurance for medically diagnosed issues I am a Licensed Manual Therapist in the State of Alaska. I currently offer Manual Therapy at Alpine Urgent Care and Sports Medicine on Thursday and Fridays. Their number is 907-344-2400.
I am a Certified Advanced Rolfer™ and a Manual Therapist licensed in the State of Alaska with a vast amount of training. My certifications in addition to being a Certified Advanced Rolfer™ are being a Rolf Movement Practitioner™, Certified Advanced Myofascial Technique Practitioner, and Certified Cranio-Sacral Therapist. I have formal training in Neuro Mobilization, Osteopathy, Pain Science, Visceral Manipulation, and Source Point Therapy. These trainings allow me to offer not only hands-on structural integration work but subtle coordinative, energetic, and perceptual work to help clients reacquaint themselves with their body by reducing, if not eliminating, aches, pains and limitations in their daily lives. I also am an Instructor at the Dr. Ida Rolf Institute®.
If you have a chronic condition, such as back pain, chronic pain, stiffness, stress and arthritis, three or more sessions are suggested so the patterns and compensations that put stress on the body’s structure can be addressed. Ten sessions of Rolfing® allows us to accomplish a much more cohesive change in your entire structure.
If you have a medically diagnosed issue that a doctor has provided Medical Referral/Medical Prescription for Manual Therapy (Procedure 97140) please have them fill out the intake form:
If you are in need of a Medical Referral/Medical Prescription for Manual Therapy (Procedure 97140) please visit the Medical Doctors (PA) or Physician Assistant (PA) at Alpine Urgent Care and Sports Medicine:
Shane Cummings, MD, “Fellowship trained Sports Physician, board certified in Family Medicine, who returned to Alaska after completing a two-year Sports Medicine fellowship at University Hospitals/Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio.”
Darius Davis, MD, “Board certified in Family Medicine and practices a program of total body health. Dr. Davis has a passion for education and community service, teaching health education at Anchorage area schools and church groups.”
Rebecca Bingham, MD, “38 years experience as a Family Medicine Doctor.”
Scott Cooper, PA-C, “UW Medicine MEDEX Northwest Faculty.”
Most Health Insurance plans including the Anchorage School District’s Health Insurance Plan as well as Workman’s Comp and Auto Insurance Claims that involve injury cover Manual Therapy.