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Rossiter is fascia work that targets Spot Pain- “my knee hurts.” “My hip hurts.” The session takes 10-15 minutes and will help relieve even the toughest aches and pains.
How does Rossiter Work? What is the theory? Tight fascia changes your body structure thus, causing pain. Your body’s connective tissue tightens and shortens with age, overuse and injury. Rossiter system warms and releases the fascia in the structural grouping of the pain. The body grouping is the kinetic movement chain from the toe to the hip or the hand through the neck. Rossiter corrects the inflamed body structure and the client feels that change immediately. Chronic, longer lasting issues may require a couple sessions to get your body back to where you want and occasional sessions will help maintain that improvement.
1. You need to have pain killers out of your system within 12-24 hours of your session.
2. If you have had cortisone shots or surgery expect to have compromised results as someone without the shots.
*Carpal tunnel syndrome
*Low back & hip pain
*Frozen shoulders and sore arms
*Heel spurs and plantar fasciitis
*Knee and ankle pain
*Tight calf muscles & hamstrings
*Tight quads and IT bands
*Hand & thumb pain
*Headaches & migraines
Rossiter is a system of unique techniques which target the body’s connective tissue, a head-to-toe network of fascia, ligaments and tendons that hold everything within the body together. Connective tissue in a healthy body is typically not tight; however, a body that has connective tissue that is overworked, stressed or tired can be shortened and tight. Think of connective tissue like the body’s system of “space”. A potential lack of “space” is evident with symptoms of pain, stiffness and the inability to move easily. Rossiter workouts loosen tissue and gives it back the “space” it needs to work freely. The resulting symptoms of tight connective tissue can include:
*Range of motion loss