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Effects of Structural Integration

Integration is considered a holistic, whole body therapy.  It is not designed to treat specific symptoms; however, once the body has more length and inherent integrity, painful symptoms often resolve.  Some common complaints that bring people to seek Structural Integration include:

* Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
* Whiplash injuries
* Back pain
* Temporal Mandibular (TMJ) problems
* Plantar Fasciitis
* Frozen Shoulder syndrome
* Tennis Elbow
* Foot problems, pronation, supination and flat feet
* Scoliosis
* Spinal Lordosis or Kyphosis

* Dowagers humps
* Neck, Shoulder and Back hyper-tension
* Headaches
* Knee pain
* Hip pain

Other reported benefits include:

* Improved balance
* Better posture
* Deeper, easier breathing
* Greater range of motion in joints
* Improved soft tissue flexibility
* More mental energy
* Decreased physical pain
* Easier recovery from exertion
* Fluid and easier movements
* Enhanced athletic performance
* Calmness of mind, a sense of well-being
* Improved body awareness