Craig Williamson, MSOT, is an occupational therapist who treats patients with persistent pain problems. He is the pioneer of Somatic Integration (www.somaticintegration.com), an approach to muscular pain relief that includes muscular retraining techniques and specific, targeted exercises. He lives and practices in Portland, Maine.
Alleviate Chronic Pain by Relearning Natural Movement Patterns
Most of us take the acts of sitting, standing, and walking for granted, but for those suffering from back, muscle, and joint pain, even these seemingly simple actions can be extremely uncomfortable. Poor body alignment or habitual movement patterns that… Read More
Here's an innovative and practical approach to eliminating chronic muscle pain, written by a popular occupational therapist with thirty years of experience freeing people from the discomfort of tendonitis, lower back pain, and neck and shoulder tension. These types… Read More
Craig Williamson, MSOT, has been a bodywork practitioner and somatic educator for over thirty years. He has developed Williamson Muscular Retraining, a holistic approach to pain relief through kinesthetic awareness, alignment education, and psychophysical repatterning. He teaches his method in programs and seminars for bodywork practitioners, physicians, yoga teachers, and artistic performers. Williamson is a certified continuing education provider for the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB), and a faculty member at the University of Southern Maine. A licensed occupational therapist specializing in musculoskeletal pain, he runs a private practice in Portland, Maine.