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20 yrs ago, I did a study with ASU and elite runners on how Rolfing improves performance. We saw in the study, Rolfing fixes soft tissue and structural problems. I built my client in Scottsdale on the rep of fixing problems no one else could.

To fix most repetitive motion injuries so they don’t return you need to release the soft tissue restrictions and re-align the structure. The constant irritation is gone and the body does the healing. There are a few posts on this at www.RolfHub.com.
Posted by: Owen Marcus
01/08/2009 08:05 PM

20 yrs ago, I did a study with ASU and elite runners on how Rolfing improves performance. We saw in the study, Rolfing fixes soft tissue and structural problems. I built my client in Scottsdale on the rep of fixing problems no one else could.

To fix most repetitive motion injuries so they don’t return you need to release the soft tissue restrictions and re-align the structure. The constant irritation is gone and the body does the healing. There are a few posts on this at www.RolfHub.com.
Posted by: Owen Marcus
01/08/2009 08:02 PM