Koda Integrative Therapy Group

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Best of Palo Alto: Write-in Koda Neuromuscular Therapy Group May 27th!

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Koda Therapy Group - Clinic Grand Opening

Koda Therapy is expanding into a new clinic setting in Palo Alto. We are still offering Neuromuscular and Pain Management Services. We will also be adding: movement therapy, cranial sacral and oncology therapy as well as wellness coaching and psychology appointment with board certified practitioners.

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Koda Therapy Presents Integrative Approach to Loeys-Dietz Foundation

Koda Therapy was happy to participate in the 2018 Loeys-Dietz foundation discussion in Baltinore, MD on July 5-9, 2018. Held in cooperation with the National Institute of Health (NIH) and John Hopkins research team, the foundation works with national and international families who are suffering from genetic connective tissue disorders.

As the only professional speaker on Integrative Techniques, Koda Therapist - Abigail Howe presented palliative techniques and Pain Science theory to three sessions of families and Johns Hopkins staff and/or researchers. The talks were well received, and the Koda Therapy group has been invited back to the next annual meeting.

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Client Testimonial_Mandy T.

Abigail is amazing . I would recommend to all my clients and friends . She is knowledgeable of anatomy and pain, and is skillful in finding the knots, trigger points and making them less!! I've been going to her for almost awhile, and In the past I had severe pain in my neck, arms, hands and fingers due to my profession. Since I'm Always using my hands, the doctor’s said I had carpal tunnel, but with consistent massage and self-care maintenance with Abigail she has helped the pain tremendously .

Client Testimonial_Cate C

I was experiencing shooting pain up the back of my neck into my head. I hadn't slept in several days, and normal activity was impossible...after one visit with Abigail, 80% of my pain was gone. Her caring and focused knowledge of the body, along with her commitment to integrating massage into Western Medicine makes her my partner of choice for all my patients.

Client Testimonial_Barry S.

"Abigail’s expert and professional massage work, along with her advice about stretching, helped me reduce neck and shoulder pain, so that I could get back to rowing - and all my other daily activities." Barry S.