Movement is medicine. But quick fixes don’t last. Learn the best movements for your body type.
The core principle in MedicinEvolution is that we don’t treat pain, we focus on the person.
As neuroscience suggests pain is multifaceted. It can have a physical, emotional, or mental cause, or a mixture of causations. Each person is unique, and it’s in understanding that uniqueness that gives us the quality of results that we constantly aim for.
Dr. Ida P. Rolf’s Method of Structural Integration is the centerpiece of MedicinEvolution. It’s core concepts include:
- Hands-on therapy
- Structural alignment
- Creating new neural pathways
- Repatterning movement
Inside of Structural Integration I apply things I’ve learned studying other modalities such as osteopathy, massage, tui-na, swedish massage, trigger point therapy, Bodytalk therapy, Bowen therapy, acupressure, homeopathy, and even martial arts.
Maybe you’ve been to a physical therapist or a professional who gave you advice on stretches or exercises you could do to heal but they didn’t work.
If that’s happened to you, you’re not alone, that actually happens a lot.
What you’re really looking for is more than just movements from a professional. You’re really looking for the “why, what, and how” behind them, and most importantly that they are specific to you and not someone else who has the same problem.