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5 Quick Tips About Structural Integration

Written by Chris Corrales

April 3, 2022

Structural Integration is a type of bodywork that is designed to improve the way your body functions as a whole. It can help to correct posture, alignment, and movement patterns. This can lead to improved overall health and well-being. In this article, we will discuss five quick tips about structural integration that will help you get started.

Considerations When It Comes To Structural Integration

    Structural Integration is a process that can have many benefits for the body. When done correctly, it can help to realign the body and improve posture. It can also help to release tension and stress in the body. However, there are some things to consider before starting treatment. Here are the five quick tips:

1. Always consult with a doctor before starting any new type of treatment, especially if you have any health concerns.

    Structural Integration should not be used as a replacement for medical treatment. It is important to consult with a doctor before starting any new type of treatment, especially if you have any health concerns. If you are pregnant, it is best to avoid Structural Integration until after your baby is born. If you are breastfeeding, it is also best to avoid treatment until after you have finished breastfeeding. If you are taking medication, make sure to speak with your doctor before starting Structural Integration. Some medications may interact with the treatments and cause adverse effects. Structural Integration can be a safe and effective way to improve your overall health, but it is always important to consult with a doctor first. Make sure to discuss any health concerns you have with your practitioner before starting treatment.

2. Make sure you find a qualified practitioner.

    Not all practitioners who offer Structural Integration are qualified to provide treatment. Make sure you find a practitioner who is certified by the International Association of Structural Integrators (IASI). This certification means that the practitioner has been trained and has met the standards set by IASI. Make sure to do your research before choosing a practitioner. Ask around for recommendations, or search for reviews online. When you find a practitioner you feel comfortable with, make an appointment for a consultation. During the consultation, ask any questions you have about the treatment and the practitioner’s qualifications. Be sure to let the practitioner know about any health concerns you have so they can tailor the treatment specifically to you.

3.  Be prepared to commit to the treatment.

    Structural Integration is a process that takes time and commitment. You will likely need multiple treatments, spaced out over several weeks or months. Make sure you are prepared to commit to the treatment before starting it. If you are not able to commit to the treatment, it is best to wait until you can before starting it. Treatment sessions typically last around an hour and should be scheduled every week or two for best results. Be prepared to make some changes in your lifestyle as well. Your practitioner may give you exercises or stretches to do at home in between treatments. Following the practitioner’s instructions is key to getting the most out of your treatment.

4. Expect some initial discomfort.

    When starting Structural Integration, you may experience some initial discomfort. This is normal and is a sign that the treatment is working. However, if the discomfort is too intense or lasts for more than a day or two, stop the treatment and speak with your practitioner. Discomfort should lessen with each treatment session. If it does not, speak with your practitioner to see if there is something wrong. It is important to remember that everyone reacts differently to Structural Integration. Some people feel immediate relief after their first treatment while others may take a little longer to feel the benefits. Be patient and give yourself time to adjust to the treatments. The results will be worth it in the end.

5. Be patient and stick with it.

    Structural Integration is a process, and like any process, it takes time and patience to see results. Do not expect to feel better overnight. The benefits of Structural Integration usually take weeks or months to be fully realized. Stick with the treatment plan and be patient. You will likely see gradual improvements in your overall health. If you are not seeing the results you want, speak with your practitioner about making changes to the treatment plan. Remember that everyone reacts differently to Structural Integration, so what works for someone else may not work for you. Be willing to experiment until you find what works best for you.

    If you’re considering Structural Integration, we hope these tips will help make your decision easier. And if you decide that Structural Integration is right for you, we would be happy to help connect you with a qualified practitioner in your area. Give us a call today and let us help you get started on the path to better health and wellness.

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