Receiving structural integration treatments at our Winnipeg, MB office can provide long-lasting results that will allow you to return to sports and daily activities.
If you enjoy participating in athletic activities, chances are good that you have had an injury during training. Any type of injury can sideline you from enjoying your favourite sports that keep you active, which can be frustrating. At Harper Kinetics in Winnipeg, MB, we offer structural integration to provide you with relief.Structural Integration is also great for chronic postural holding patterns that lead to pain and dysfunction. Most people come to KMI when nothing else has worked for them.
Kinesis myofascial integration (KMI) is a form of structural integration that refers to multiple sessions of slow and deep fascial and myofascial manipulation. Along with the manipulation, we will retrain these areas of the body in movement reeducation. Structural integration provides long-lasting results that can allow you to return to sports and daily activities. The idea behind structural integration came from Dr. Ida P. Rolf, who studied the work of Thomas Myers, a student of Ida Rolf who developed KMI. The ultimate goal of the treatment plan is to unwind strain patterns that exist in systems of the body, which help to restore natural balance, length, and alignment. Our bodies often become trained to tense up and stiffen due to uncomfortable seating at our work desks, in vehicles, and when we sit with poor posture. The body becomes strained due to an unnatural and uncomfortable position, which results in tense muscles that can become quite painful.
At Harper Kinetics, we offer our structural integration services and other customized treatment plans to patients in and near Winnipeg, MB. Our group has a long history of providing excellent care and treatment to patients throughout the 22 offices in Alberta, and our office in Ontario is no exception. Call us today to schedule a consultation and start eliminating the pain and discomfort that you feel frequently in your back, shoulders, hips, and other areas of the body.