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At New Austin Rolfing, specialist Kian Fallahi relies on the methodology of Ida Rolf, a treatment known as structural integration, to help treat chronic pain. The method releases fascia, or restrictions, in connective tissue, which can be affected by injury, posture, and general movement. This can help muscles, bones, and nerves to settle back into their natural alignment.
Over 10 sessions, structural integration can address different planes and structural dimensions, including front to back, core to sleeve, side to side, and more. Sessions can help clients feel more balanced and centered, resolve pain, relieve stress, and improve emotional state.