Sue Ellen Strong has a B.S. in chemistry, a MBA and experience in the corporate and non-profit sectors. Sue Ellen felt guided to become a therapist after personally receiving the transformational benefits of myofascial release therapy.
Sue Ellen is an expert in John Barnes’ Myofascial Release as well as craniosacral and neuromuscular therapies, yoga therapeutics and bioenergetics. She especially enjoys utilizing her experience with the special needs population and has recently focused a large part of her practice towards helping expectant mothers and infants.
She found this therapy to be exceptionally helpful for her daughter Kate who lives with cerebral palsy. Remarkably, Kate’s spine remains straight despite the fact that she has been in a wheelchair her whole life.
It has been especially rewarding to see this therapy help mothers have easier deliveries and help babies easily overcome some of the challenges they face in the first few months such as colic, reflux, tongue-tie, torticollis, plagiocephaly and other issues that arise from the trauma of birth.
The effectiveness of this treatment continues to hold Sue Ellen in awe of its powerful effect on so many conditions.