Archive for the ‘Structural Integration’ Category

If you or anyone you know are playing golf or participating in a health regimen that involves workouts and diet control, then Soft Tissue Work is an essential component.

Stretching and Soft Tissue Work:

  • Lengthen Myofasciae in muscles and joints to increase Range of Motion (ROM) and athletes’ ability to create power.
  • Increase local and regional circulation of blood and lymph, thereby increasing metabolism to speed recovery.
  • Improve balance and flexibility of the athlete’s body in relation to gravity.

Anytime you run, lift weights, do pylometrics, yoga or compete in your sport, you are attempting to create change. You improve flexibility, muscle tone, tendon and ligament strength. You are also increasing your body’s Active Intelligence Quotient.


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Soft Tissue Success Where Traditional PT and Chiro Care Alone Struggles

People often wonder how Soft Tissue specialists (LMT’s or Rolf Method practitioners) have been successful in rehabilitating patients with severe injuries, post surgery complications or chronic pain where others were not.

The condition of a person’s soft tissue – muscles and connective tissue (think of: tendons, ligaments and joint capsules of knees and spine, etc.) after or before a major event are often shortened and tough. This lack of movement in those layers reduces circulation (or is “ischemic”) of blood and lymph fluid at the injury site and the surrounding area so it will not respond to standard stretch and strengthen techniques offered at other offices.