Athletes and many other people can experience tightness in their connective tissues that can restrict movement and cause pain. Rolfing and Rossiter Treatments can release the tightness and thus reduce or eliminate the pain without medication.
The Rossiter System involves a series of robust and efficient techniques for addressing structural pain and restriction of movement at the connective tissue system. The techniques target the source of the problem and relieve the restrictions. The tightness of the tissue eases, blood resumes its regular flow, and your nerves communicate. All these processes make your muscles and joints regain their natural free movement. The Rossiter System is different because you stretch your own body with a Rossiter practitioners’ assistance. The results tend to be instantaneous, intense and life-changing. Rossiter helps you take care of your body in an entirely different way through its breakthrough techniques which are designed to prevent and relieve pain while also enhancing motion and performance. The system doesn’t involve medications, injections or risky surgeries.
Rolfing is a hands-on system of soft tissue manipulation and movement training that organizes the whole body structure to help people have better posture, less frequent aches, and pains. It is named after American Inventor Dr. Ida Rolf who came up with the concept back in the 1960s. Some benefits of Rolfing include greater body flexibility as well as energizing the body. Rolfing is a deep-tissue approach that works with all the different sections of the body to release strenuous patterns in the entire system. Research has proven that Rolfing enhances efficient muscle use, boosts body energy conservation efforts and creates more economical and refined patterns of movement. Rolfing is also credited with reducing body stress, reducing spinal curvature and enhance better nerve response.
Rolfing and Rossiter treatments promote endurance by integrating injury prevention into regular training programs for athletes. Injury prevention exercises consist of core and muscle strengthening, and flexibility. The treatments work well together. The Rossiter method will help the athlete work on his tissue and muscular movement while addressing any pain. The Rolfing techniques help the athlete stretch causing less tissue straining. It will also help massage areas for instant relief. A combination of the two will assist the athlete to build endurance as the techniques will help reenergize the body to continue with demanding training routines.
For more information, contact Preston Chiropractic & Acupuncture at 919-238-5040.