Carl Weisse, D.C., Instructor at Pennsylvania College of Straight Chiropractic and Community College of Philadelphia:
Doctors who are familiar with the value of massage view Crossfiber Corrective Muscle Therapists as specialists in the field of muscle therapy.
John Unruh, Ph.D., Founder and Clinical Director of the Centre for Neurological Rehabilitation from 1965-2007:
I have now retired, but I had followed the evolution of Crossfiber Corrective Muscle Therapy® closely for many years; and, indeed, over the span of 30 years many ideas and techniques had come and gone. However, Crossfiber Corrective Muscle Therapy® withstood the test of time. Our research showed the Crossfiber technique to be of significant value to a number of our patients ... My wish would be for more therapists to be trained and that more information be known about this exciting work that has helped so many people throughout the world.
Barry R. Gillespie, D.M.D., M.S.D.:
I have been involved with the Crossfiber Corrective Muscle Therapy® technique since 1980 as a doctor and as a patient. Since then I have treated thousands of cases and feel deeply that this therapy is extremely effective in difficult cases involving muscle dysfunction. As a professional, I can say that this Crossfiber technique is an integral part of well-being and is too often overlooked as a source of relief for pain.