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Rolfing Bodywork Eases pain, Prevents More, Participants Say

February 16, 2012 : Blog, News

Written by:
Jennifer Hogeland
For The Post-Crescent

Structural Integration BodyworkA car accident more than 20 years ago left Carol Kitzerow of Appleton with chronic pain, but a second incident in 2010 intensified her aches. Pain became a part of daily life, taking away the joy and health benefits the 40-year-old previously had found through exercise.

Kitzerow tried acupuncture, massage therapy and chiropractic care with little success. Finally, through a friend’s encouragement and a bit of research, she decided to try Rolfing.

“At times, the pain was so intense it was slowing me down,” she said. “Since Rolfing, I’ve been able to build back up, running and lifting weights again. It’s amazing how far I’ve come.”

While the name Rolfing is a bit peculiar, the technique has been getting a great deal of attention across the country and rave reviews by participants.

“Rolfing is a form of bodywork that deals with the fascia system of the body to restore alignment and proper function,” said Victoria Huss, certified Rolfer and owner of New Possibilities Integration in Appleton.

After six sessions with Huss, Kitzerow is pleased with her results….

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