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Which conditions can be addressed?

Rolfing enhances: Rofing reduces:
  • - Posture
  • - Range of motion
  • - Coordination/balance
  • - Athletic performance
  • - Vitality
  • - Breathing
  • - Voice volume
  • - Self-esteem
  • - Stress
  • - Chronic pain
  • - Rehabilitation time
  • - Injury rates
  • - Limitations in movement
  • - Menstrual cramps
  • - Osteoarthritis
  • - Scar tissue

The following conditions respond well to Rolfing: neck and shoulder pain, back pain, whiplash, sciatica, headaches/migraine due to muscle imbalances, tendinitis, tennis elbow, Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD), Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

Who can benefit?

How does it work?

What does it feel like?

How many sessions do I need?

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Are the results sustainable?

Is it covered by health insurance?

How much does it cost?