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What Is Structural Integration?

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Structural Integration, also known as Rolfing, is a method of alternative therapy originally developed by Ida Rolf, PHD. It is typically offered as a collection of ten hand-on healing sessions, sometimes called a” Recipe”, sometimes also called”Rolfing Circle”. These sessions are typically provided in a non-clinical setting, such as a home or practice, and focus on the whole body, not only one technique or area of healing. Patients work with their own body systems to handle their condition, and learn techniques for prevention and maintenance of good health.

The objective of every structural integration session is straightforward: identify patterns of movement patterns inside the individual’s body. Once identified, the practitioner then uses those patterns to create a personalized treatment plan to specifically address each individual’s needs. This process not only helps patients move freely but also improves their health, self-esteem, self-confidence, breathing control, strength and flexibility. Since structural integration concentrates on movement patterns, sessions normally include massage, stretching exercises, and bodywork, all of which are beneficial for movement and flexibility.

The objective of the kind of therapy is to help patients who experience chronic pain and stress. Among other things, this program can help to relieve and prevent the onset of stress and pain, through a combination of massage, stretching and movement exercises. Additionally, it can improve athletic performance and lessen the risk of injury. This has been used by athletes and other sports enthusiasts for decades, helping them overcome injuries, handle stress and optimize muscle strength and flexibility.

Needless to say, there are many benefits to incorporating this form of massage therapy into an athlete’s training routine. As an athlete progresses through their training, it’s typical for them to experience pain, often in the back, legs and joints. In order to help combat this stress and pain, a fantastic therapist will identify areas where the body is most vulnerable and tailor a program that addresses these specific issues. Through structural integration, a trained professional can help patients find the right balance between relaxation and increased strength and flexibility. The massage therapist uses techniques like gentle gliding movements, trigger point stimulation and trigger point release to work on the muscles and soft tissues, releasing tight knots which have built up and leading to pain and strain.

For athletes and those who have experienced trauma, this kind of treatment has proven especially beneficial. Among other things, it can help reduce the amount of tension that is associated with any given motion. For instance, if an athlete is running uphill, they might feel a great deal of tension in their quads. By using structural integration methods, the therapist can gently encourage the muscles to flex and extend, while simultaneously minimizing the amount of tension which is being stored in the quads. Then, this can allow the athlete to become more mobile and give them increased levels of energy.

Another frequent problem that is addressed during the structural integration procedure is problematic posture. A person may be suffering from a variety of neurological and musculoskeletal imbalances that are causing them chronic pain, stiffness and instability. So as to restore proper posture, the therapist may use the right tools. They may use a range of tools such as boards and pillows, TENS machines, straps and heat pack mittens to help the patient achieve a more aligned body posture.

Often, a client will experience muscle atrophy when they invest too much time in a hyperactive state. This is one of the key causes for chronic pain and instability. Using the right tools, like TENS machines and other structural integration tools, the therapist is able to reduce and reverse the effects of chronic tension within the muscles, thus helping them return to a normal state more quickly. The increased mobility and strength is also known to lower the amount of nagging tension from the muscles, ligaments and tendons. The lower back is particularly important to address during the Structural Integration process.

When using an ATE machine or a TENS machine, it’s important for the therapist to determine whether the patient is experiencing a standard level of gravity. If a person is suffering from severe distress and fatigue, they may benefit from a complete decompression of the spine. But if gravity is still too large, the therapist might want to attempt a partial decompression of the spine or they may seek to use TENS to be able to increase the amount of traction that’s applied to the fascia. Many doctors and therapists are now recommending that their patients do a Structural Integration Therapy together with a manual lymph drainage to help loosen and enhance the general performance of the lymphatic system. Even if th


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