How To Stop Knee Pain With Rolfing Structural Integration

January 5, 2015

(0:00) In this second video in the series, I want to talk about knee pain
(0:03) and how rolfing and structural integration work to help resolve different kinds of knee
(0:08) pain. Just like with back pain,
(0:12) in knee pain you’ve got to determine what type of knee pain is it.
(0:15) Is it an outer knee pain?
(0:19) Is it an inner knee pain? These are the most common – outer, inner.
(0:23) The second most common is
(0:26) pain in the front the knee, whether it’s below the actual the patella or above.
(0:31) It’s important to determine if it’s a front
(0:35) or a side knee pain because the solution is going to be a little bit different.
(0:39) Either way, now, there are other types of knee pain, but those are the main ones.
(0:43) Either way, structural integration
(0:47) in the first session, will actually
(0:51) address knee pain of the inner/outer type.
(0:55) Now, if you’ve got knee pain of the front type and you come into my office
(1:01) and tell me that,
(1:03) why then, I’ll dressed that as well, but the first session of structural integration
(1:07) classically done
(1:08) addresses inner and outer knee pain by adjusting the tension in the upper leg
(1:13) and hip muscles.
(1:14) So the first session is a great introduction to knee pain relief
(1:19) Now just like I said in the last video, I never suggest anybody sign up for the
(1:24) series
(1:25) until they’ve tried a session so come in. I suggest that you come in, try a session,
(1:29) get an expert opinion on what’s going on in your knee,
(1:32) do the session, and get a sense for:
(1:35) “Do I feel like there’s relief or not. If I feel some relief
(1:39) and a type of change in my body in the rest my body that I’ve never felt before
(1:43) it’ll make sense to go on”. If not that’s fine, too, but
(1:47) the prime thing that I’m looking at here is whether it’s
(1:50) inner and outer knee pain or front of the knee pain. All of those can be addressed very
(1:56) effectively with structural integration.

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