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BETSY MATHAIKUTTY: Restoring balance for the mind and body

Tranquility, peace, and warmth is what you feel when you enter the practice of a highly driven health and wellness provider Mrs. Betsy Mathaikutty, founder of Live Free Myofascial Release Integrative Therapy & Wellness. Betsy is passionate about helping women enjoy a pain free lifestyle so they can live their lives to the fullest. She created a safe space that women can share their experiences with pain, be acknowledged, and be heard. Her customized therapy sessions integrate the body, soul, and mind, and empower women to take back control of their wellbeing. Out of this desire to help women live free from pain in a practical way, Live Free Myofascial Release - Integrated Therapy and Wellness was born.


Betsy was born and raised in Queens, New York along with her two brothers. Her parents were first generation immigrant parents who taught her the importance of faith in God, family values, and hard work. She earned her master’s degree in Occupational Therapy and specialized in Pediatrics. Betsy met and married the love of her life and moved to Chicago. She continued to pursue her career in Occupational Therapy until she was blessed with three beautiful children. She then decided to stay home to raise her children. In that time, she learned a new way of life, as her compassion, intuition and therapeutic touch were being refined in a different way. She began to have a soft heart towards women, especially those who were dealing with various physical and emotional traumas. Eventually she and her family decided to relocate to Dallas, Texas, where she currently resides. While in Texas, her family continued to grow with the addition of their fourth child. With her family now complete, a new season was unfolding, and she started to pursue continuing education in Myofascial Release Therapy.


An incapacitating back injury caused Betsy’s life to come to a screeching halt. Traditional medicine and therapy served as a temporary band aid fix. Betsy was in constant pain and was determined to not use pain medications to mask the pain. She lived in fear that one wrong move would cause debilitating spasms and pain. As an occupational therapist, Betsy believes in the holistic view of the human body. She knew that her body wasn't broken.



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