The body has an innate wisdom to repair itself, to return to homeostasis, or the place where all is in balance, and optimal health may be enjoyed. To tap into this wisdom, I use the applied sciences of anatomy, physiology, kinesiology, bio-mechanics, quantum physics (and more) combined with the practiced arts of manual therapies and intuitive healing touch, providing clients an efficient pathway on their journey to optimal health and wellbeing.
YOU NO LONGER NEED A REFERRAL FROM YOUR M.D. TO SEE YOUR D.P.T. OR FILE A CLAIM WITH YOUR PRIVATE INSURANCE COMPANY. Most private insurance companies cover physical therapy. We may be able to file a claim for you or you can use the App Reimbursify to file your claim in less than 3 minutes.
After 3 consecutive sessions and for the first time in decades, my pain levels have decreased considerably.
CK Boulder, CO
Dr. Wilson has a deep appreciation for the miraculous ability of the human body and spirit to heal and a unique gift for helping find the way back to the natural state of wholeness.
Marcine P., AZ
Dr. Kate resolved other trauma issues by using the NET emotional release technique, and I strongly recommend it. Anyone who has the good fortune to work with her will come to understand my enthusiasm.
Jenice M, R.N
I am so grateful that our paths crossed, and for the sacred work we've done together.Meet her on the mat. Meet her on the table, Meet her online.. Bring your mind, heart and soul, and heal it all. Keep an open mind, because how she works definitely won't fit any preconceived notions of what "physical therapy" can do.
M.F. Couer d'Alene ID
Kate gave my life back to me after a horrible car accident in 2017, I heard about her healing care in Oct of 2019 and traveled thousands of miles to see her.
What I didn't anticipate is that Dr. Kate Wilson, a modern and intuitive physical therapist and more, would make a simple truth real for me - everything is connected.
Understanding how you can benefit from one or more teletherapy sessions with a Doctor of Physical Therapy: Physical Therapists are highly specialized holistic health care providers. They provide a myriad of education and are a tremendous resource for learning about self-care and healing. They are highly skilled in providing many types of non-invasive procedures and […]
Trapped emotions can lead to repetitive cycles of painful circumstances, hurt feelings, health concerns, and or life dramas that reinforce the same non- beneficial or even unhealthy patterns. The more we are free from trapped emotions, the easier it is for us to be present in the moment. Learn ways to enjoy emotional freedom!
The human body; a beautiful, miraculous and intelligent system that provides movement, communication, sensory information, pleasure and experiences to enable and enhance survival. It is a gift to each one of us, designed to maintain itself through monitoring and defending against possible invaders, and with built in repair mechanisms provided to heal any injuries from […]
What does it mean to age gracefully? Why does aging happen and how can we keep the process in check, or allow it to unfold slowly over many years with grace and ease? How do we go about doing this? What does it look like? Here we will look more closely at the process of […]
Part 4, and final article in a short series This short series of articles has explored the microcosm of the body and related it to the macrocosm of the earth, and beyond. We have looked at some of the systems in the human body, explained a bit of anatomy and physiology, or geography and […]
A Closer Look at Chronic, Mystery, and Recurrent Health Issues Between the ears, below the crown, and above the neck sits 80% of the nervous system. The brain, meninges, and master glands are cradled safely inside the cranium, and work together with the spinal cord to send messages to and receive messages from the rest […]
When trauma occurs, or even a potential trauma occurs the body responds in one of 3 ways. Fight, Flight, or Freeze. Which one happens depends much on the details of the trauma, in other words, the circumstances will determine how the body responds most effectively in the moment. In the fight or the flight response, […]
Osteopathy is a branch of Natural Medicine with a gentle manual approach to the health and wellness of the whole person. The aim is to bring vitality and well-being to the entire body, mind and spirit. Osteopathy was founded by a Medical Doctor in 1874. Dr. Andrew Taylor Still sought to restore health […]
This short series of articles will explore the microcosm of the body to the macrocosm of the earth, and beyond. We will look at some of the systems in the human body, explain a bit of anatomy and physiology or geography and function, and then explore the reflection seen to a similar known system […]
¿Has escuchado alguna vez sobre el tejido conectivo o la miofascia? ¿Sabes que es posible sanar lesiones a través de técnicas que alivian al tejido conectivo? El alivio del tejido conectivo como técnica de sanación. El hecho es que nuestros cuerpos están formado por tejido conectivo. Todo está conectado dentro de […]
Transformation has been a buzzword for more than 20 years, the transformation of consciousness, and the transformation of our ways of life. This transformation is happening now in individuals, groups, and organizations. More and more of us are realizing the time we are living in is a special one, and that the time has […]
Just Relax. What does it mean to relax, to unwind, to take a load off? These words may mean different things to everyone who reads them. What comes to mind when you see the word relax? Unwind? Or the phrase “take a load off”? or “kick back”? We all have some understanding of these […]
Have you ever heard of the myofascial? The Fascia? Connective Tissue? What is it? What does Myofascial Release mean exactly? The fact is the body is made up of connective tissue, it is all connective, the blood, bone, organs, fluids, and membranes. We are going to address specifically the connective tissue of the Myofascia, […]
“Ah, my back hurts, I know just what to do to make it feel better!” If we all thought and acted this way, the above question would be obsolete, Unfortunately, very few people think and act in this way. Or perhaps, one has a method for their back, but what about their shoulder, […]
“ She’s got magic hands” … I have overheard some say, and others“She’s very intuitive”… People will tell me things like,“Ahhh, I have been waiting so long for someone to do that”“ It feels like my body is unwinding”“ Wow, I feel a rush of energy, or a flow through my leg/arm/hand/ […]
It should be clear by now that falls are a major problem in the elderly community. And as we’ve shown, active, exercise-based prevention programs are one of the most beneficial ways to help at-risk adults avoid falls by improving areas like strength, ba
As we explained in our last newsletter, falls represent one of the greatest burdens on the population over 65 years, and consequently, the entire healthcare system. While not all falls result in serious injury, those that do can have significant long-term
Although falls in older adults are responsible for nearly one million hospitalizations and tens of billions of dollars in healthcare spending, many people are not properly informed about the scope of the problem or what they can do to address it. This is
Tennis is a great form of physical activity that works out many parts of the body due to its demanding dynamics, but just like every other sport, it also comes with a risk for injury. The most common injury in the sport is called lateral epicondylitis,
So far, we’ve been primarily focusing on repetitive strain injuries (RSIs) that result from performing the same movements regularly in one’s occupation. But sports—both as a profession and a recreational activity—typically require certain motions
Our hands are the main tools that we use to navigate the world around us. Most—if not all—professions require some use of the hands to complete the task, whether that’s grooming dogs, typing at a computer, or trimming trees. Unfortunately, these rep
Throughout a typical day, you use your hands, wrists, and elbows almost constantly. From vigorously brushing your teeth in the morning, to switching the lights off before bed, and during just about every other action in between, these joints are frequentl
By now, the many ways in which posture can influence the body and the importance of practicing good posture should be abundantly clear. If you’re interested in taking more control over your own posture, performing the exercises and techniques described
In our first newsletter, we briefly mentioned how bad posture, neck pain, and respiratory function are all related. This relationship is worth a closer examination, too, as improving the way you breath is a key to better posture, reduced pain, and less st
In our last post, we introduced you to the concept of posture, explained what is meant by good versus poor posture, and offered a few examples of painful conditions and other dysfunctions that may be related to poor posture. But since this was only the in