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Deep Stretching • Massage Therapy

Structural Bodywork

Structural Bodywork

 

Structural bodywork is great for relieving sore, tight muscles, fascia restrictions, sports injuries, improvement of posture through proper realignment, or simply relaxation. Offering more than basic massage, the choice of techniques depends on the condition at hand.

 

Your practitioner helps determine the specific areas to be worked on and which bodywork techniques are appropriate for the client's needs.

 

What is Structural Bodywork?

 

Structural bodywork is deep tissue bodywork designed to realign the body and release and acute or chronic pain, tension and stress. It also is effective in the treatment of injuries related to sports, repetitive stress, or accidents. It is a combination of various bodywork and movements.

 

What are some of the conditions that can be treated with Structural Bodywork?

 

• Shoulder, Neck or Back Pain
• Tendonitis
• Nerve Entrapments
• Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
• Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
• Piriformis Syndrome
• Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis)
• Knee Problems
• Illiotibial Band Syndrome
• Shin Splints
• Plantar Fasciitis
• Limited Range of Motion
• Headaches
• Pain Due To Arthritis
• Faulty Neuromuscular Patterns
• Postural Misalignment
• Post Surgery Pain Relief
• Post Surgery Scar and Adhesion Prevention

 

How Does Structural Bodywork Work?

 

Structural Bodywork stretches repositions the connective tissue, such as the fascia, tendons, ligaments, and muscles, utilizing stretches, neuromuscular techniques, deep tissue techniques, and specific exercises, to re-align the body's innate structure and balance.

 

What are the Benefits of Structural Bodywork?

 

Structural bodywork can relieve reduce or eliminate chronic and acute pain and restore correct alignment so that the joints can interface properly. The goal of structural bodywork is to re-establish and maintain health and wellness.

 

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