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Do you keep paying for corrective care that is not resolving your issue long-term?
Correcting pain as soon as possible is fine as long as you are exploring for long-term resolution of the root causes. If that does not happen, and if your current provider is out of options, we can help direct you or your provider to other alternative strategies that Structural Integration may provide.
Consider the parable of the blind men describing an elephant. Each blind man described his "truth" from his own perspective of what he was exploring (the elephant's trunk, foot, ears, etc.). Practitioners can get trapped in seeing only what they see filtered by the context of how they were trained. Our training provides our very unique and different perspective that frequently can identify and address root causes.
Does Structural Integration Last?
The changes catalyzed by Structural Integration are not only permanent; they are ongoing and progressively cumulative. Consider the changes experienced by the woman on the right. The body continues to integrate the work long after the series is complete. Therefore this practitioner feels that the earlier one experiences this work in one's life, the better.
Structural Integration creates the potential for new patterns of movement, which reinforce further integration. Therefore it is very effective for preparing the body to take advantage of new patterns of movement through practices such as yoga, dance, Rolf movement, Tai Chi, Alexander work, etc. Athletic form has new potential for improvement.
Are you undergoing a high-end expensive treatment that may not be needed?
Sometimes expensive high-end treatments may be recommended when there are less invasive cheaper alternative treatments that sometimes are even more effective!
We make it easier to explore the benefits of Structural Integration.
Did you know you can save money by using preventative wellness programs to avoid the need for more expensive corrective care?
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states, "Chronic diseases, such as heart disease, cancer, and diabetes, are responsible for 7 of every 10 deaths among Americans each year and account for 75% of the nation’s health spending. These chronic diseases can be largely preventable through close partnership with your healthcare team, or can be detected through appropriate screenings, when treatment works best."