Richard Farnham, P.T., L.M.T.
The Integrative Medicine Center congratulates Richard Farnham on his retirement, having begun in June of 2020. Richard was known at IMC for over a decade as an expert in the treatment modalities of myofascial release, cranio-sacral therapy, positional release technique, visceral manipulation, and the Chinese elemental theory as it relates to the fascial/connective tissue system of the human body.
He has delivered compassionate care to all of his patients. He dedicated his whole heart to his patient’s relief and worked hard to keep everyone under his care healthy and feeling well. He always allowed enough time to care for each of his patients by providing his focused attention, expertise, and wisdom. We are all going to miss his amazing healing touch and manipulations.
For patients of Richard who are interested in continuing integrative medicine care, please do consider our other practitioners here at IMC. If interested, please call (607) 275-9697 or make an appointment online.
Richard Farnham, P.T., L.M.T., is a physical therapist with 32 years of experience. He is a 1974 graduate of Ithaca College P.T. School, and in 2006 he graduated from the Finger Lakes School of Massage. Mr. Farnham's work experience has included hospitals and private practices in California and New York State, including Ithaca College Health Center, Robert Sprauge P.T., Tompkins Community Hospital (now Cayuga Medical Center), and Hospital for Special Surgery in NYC. Since 1985, he has owned and operated his own private practice in Ithaca, NY.
Mr. Farnham specializes in an integrated manual approach for the treatment of adaptive dysfunction affecting the spine, extremities, cranium, visceral system, and balance of the nervous system.
His expertise in the evaluation and treatment of complex/confusing symptom pictures through his understanding of the contextual relationships between the various systems of the body.
The treatment modalities he employs are myofascial release, cranio-sacral therapy, positional release technique, visceral manipulation, and the Chinese elemental theory as it relates to the fascial/connective tissue system of the human body.