Your body is desperate for your attention. Lets work together to understand its message.

We want disease and pain to go away. Our response is denial and despair. We feel betrayed by our bodies and by life. We assume there is no intelligence, purpose, or reason for this change to our usual state of being. The security and safety we feel in a predictable life is upset. We are confronted with the shocking reality of the unscripted mystery of life and a body vulnerable to it.  Suddenly life isn’t confined to our assumptions and rules.  It becomes excitingly full of potential and terrifyingly full of the unknown.  The purpose is to challenge our understanding of life thrusting us into the vulnerable space of unknowing and offering us a chance at experiencing the luminosity of self-discovery.  We can no longer ignore ourselves. We can no longer push away our body’s protests.  The stakes are too high. Our lives are in the balance.

I want to partner with you in exploring and understanding what your body is calling you to know.

Aloha,

Dr. Gian Tricomi

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“The purpose of life is to listen – to yourself, to your neighbor, to your world and to God and, when the time comes, to respond in as helpful a way as you can find… from within and without.”
Fred 'McFeely' Rogers
Once in a while you get shown the light. In the strangest of places if you look at it right.
The Grateful Dead
Is God an Architect? If so why not be governed by the plan, specification, building and engineering of that Architect in our work as healers? When we conform to and work by the laws and specifications of this Architect, we get the results required. This is the foundation stone on which Osteopathy stands.
Andrew Taylor Still, DO

Gian Tricomi, DO

Dr. Tricomi began in the healing arts by attending Naropa University, a Buddhist inspired university, and studied Eastern Arts and Psychology.  In between semesters at Naropa he also studied Rolfing: structural integration at the Rolf Institute.  His interest in mind and body combined with the chance meeting of two important osteopaths inspired him to attend osteopathic medical school.  His practice serves to honor and integrate the physical and emotional aspects of every human.

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