“ If you let me go and leave, I’ll pick up the phone and tell the police I accidentally hit the panic button with my leg.” This was me, negotiating my safety with a predator who was a regular patient of mine. I was given the opportunity to pair up with theMTDC after reading […]
About Jocelyn Kirton
Jocelyn has been an RMT for 6 years, graduating from West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2013. She has taken an interest in treating patients with persistent pain, specifically in the abdominal and pelvic regions. Her foundation built around neurocentric treatments and Dermoneuromodulation has given her the unique opportunity to modify her knowledge in traditional visceral manipulation therapy to allow for a modern and evidence-based approach to persistent abdominal and pelvic pain. Jocelyn has taught massage at CDI college, giving her students more confidence in treating patients with pelvic pain as she instructed with the women’s health in-reach the college offered to its patients. Alongside the women’s health in reach, Jocelyn also taught the introduction to sports treatment course and oversaw the sports outreach, bridging classroom comprehension and treating athletic patient populations together along side Mike Reoch, she will be teaching Neurocentric Approach to cranium complaints and pelvic pain and assisting in the Dermoneuromodulation courses offered this spring.