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""For the first time in years, I was able to actually take a full, deep breath. This has given me my life back more than any medication that any doctor has given me, more than any type of treatment they say is supposed to work. I tell Dan that he can't retire until I die.”
-Karin Harkins (The Oklahoman)
"He's really helped the nerve problems in my leg and back, and I don't have near the pain. I feel pretty doggone good, and for somebody that's not supposed to be walking, I'm up running and walking.”
-Wade Penn (The Oklahoman)
See what Doctors all around the world are saying about Rolfing.
Dr. Weil on Rolfing
"People seek Rolfing as a way to ease pain and chronic stress as well as to improve performance in their professional and daily activities. Because chronic stress often leads to tension in the upper back, neck and shoulders, Rolfing can help the body break these patterns that contribute to chronic discomfort. Athletes may also benefit from Rolfing’s ability to promote muscular efficiency.
Studies have shown that those with neurological impairments such as carpal tunnel syndrome, piriformis syndrome and pronator syndrome can benefit from this structural realignment. Rolfing may be able to relax tissues contributing to jaw pain in a condition known as temporomandibular joint disorder, or TMJD. Asthmatics may also consider Rolfing as a means to break up restrictive patterns in nerves and muscles in the chest that limit full chest expansion. Rolfing can often effectively address structural problems that contribute to low back pain. It can be a beneficial treatment for posture problems, with studies showing effectiveness in the treatment of lordosis or curvature of the spine."- From Dr. Andrew Weil, M.D., 2018
Who is Dr. Weil?
Dr Weil is a pioneer known all over the globe for his investments in and expertise surrounding integrative and holistic medicine. His is a visionary in the fields of aging healthy and how it is never too late to lead a healthy lifestyle. Dr. Weil holds a degree from Harvard, and maintains a position as the Lovell-Jones endowed chair at The University of Arizona, where he also founded and oversees the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine. This center provides education to doctors and nurse practitioners from all around the globe.
Dr. Weil's online presence is diverse. Dr. Weil is a co-founder of the True Food Kitchens, a founder and is the chairman of the Weil Foundation, Weil Lifestyle, and also, when he finds the time he teaches classes aboard Seaborn cruise ships under the title "Spa and Wellness With Dr. Weil." This information and more can be found at the website which he is the editorial director of and is very informative,http://drweil.com. He has given the world many books on subjects such as Marriage, Natural Health and Medicine, and Healthy Aging. Dr. Weil, when at home, resides in Tuscon Arizona.
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Dr. Oz on Rolfing
If you're plagued by muscle pain, Dr. Oz recommends Rolfing, which he describes as "even deeper than a deep-tissue massage."
This technique, which was developed by Dr. Ida Pauline Rolf, aims to separate bound-up connective tissues (or fascia), which link the muscles. "Rolfing literally releases the joints," Dr. Oz says. "When you talk to folks about the impact it has on them, a lot of them just stand taller. A lot is just freeing you up to live the way you're supposed to live."
Who is Dr. Oz?
Dr. Oz has won Nine Daytime Emmy® Awards for “The Dr. Oz Show” and is an attending physician at NY Presbyterian- Columbia Medical Center. He still performs dozens of heart operations annually. His research interests include heart replacement surgery, minimally invasive surgery, alternative medicine and health care policy. He has authored over 400 original publications, book chapters, and medical books, has received numerous patents, and still performs heart surgery. He also authors a newspaper column syndicated by Hearst in 175 markets internationally.
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