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Benefits of Structural Integration

"Hey, Chance. Thanks for the session. I feel great. My neck feels great. I can't remember the last time my neck felt so great."


-- Dr. Paul Constante, D.C.

Rolfing Structural Integration can provide benefits  to a wide range of body types, helping those with an array of musculoskeletal challenges. It is estimated that over one million people have received Structural Integration. From the chronic pain sufferer to the Olympic athlete, anyone can benefit from Structural Integration as anyone can benefit from good nutrition and an exercise program. People who particularly gain from Structural Integration are those with:

  • Persistent pain

  • Impaired mobility

  • TMJ

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

  • Sciatica

  • Plantar fasciitis

  • Shoulder and rotator cuff dysfunction

  • Whiplash

  • Difficulties caused by accidents and injuries

  • Those trying to work on physical barriers to their personal growth..


Highly conditioned athletes can benefit from structural integration, as well. Athletes often experience strains and minor injuries leading to an ongoing process of healing and conditioning in various areas of the body. By improving fluid flow and tissue function, Structural Integration optimizes this ongoing restorative process. 


Demonstrated results of Rolfing  include:

  • Reduction in chronic pain and stress

  • Enhanced neurological functioning

  • Significant reduction in excess curvature of the spine

  • More economical and refined patterns of movement


The therapeutic value of Rolfing Structural Integration is merely a byproduct of a process that focuses on the body as a whole. The idea is that, by balancing, optimizing and integrating segmental relationships throughout the whole body, the body functions more efficiently and with less strain and effort. This optimizes the body's ability to self-correct – its innate ability to heal and restore itself.

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