A feature story written by two QST therapists, JoAnn Kennedy and Orit Tal-Atzili, was published this week in Washington Families magazine, a publication that serves the DC metro area.
The article, A Chinese Medicine Approach to Sensory Processing Disorders in Children with and without Autism, describes sensory processing disorders and how QST massage helps to provide relief and even eliminate symptoms. It explains how to get started with the protocol and some of the benefits.
Congratulations to Orit and JoAnn for writing an informative article and seeing it published.
Read the article here.
Our article investigating the results of QST massage in older children with ASD has been published! The one-year study showed that, as compared with children aged 3-6 yrs, children aged 6-12 yrs had comparable improvements in sensory problems, behavior and severity of autism. So, for those elementary school-aged children whose parents didn’t find out about QST earlier, there is definitely something that can be done!
Read the article on the Western Oregon University website here or go directly to the study here.