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Structural Integration

Structural integration can affect the neural, fascial, musculo and skeletal system balance that aligns the body in the gravitational field to reduce pain and decrease anxiety. Structural practitioners are trained in functional, biomechanical and kinesiological analysis to change structure. Structural integration was first developed by Ida Rolf in the 1930’s and evolved from sources like […]

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Anterior Cingulate Gyrus and Goal Directed Behavior

The anterior cingulate gyrus seems to decide which behavior is appropriate and what we should be paying attention to by monitoring conflict, pain, problems, errors, etc. Neural pathways have been identified for reintepretation of frontal lobe lesions with visceral & endocrine involvement in the hippocampus, amygdala, caudate nucleus. parietal lobe and temporal regions of the […]

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