A course of physiotherapy is de rigueur for many injury-prone runners, but the lesser-known practice of rolfing could be just what the running doctor ordered.
– Dee O’Keeffe
“Physiotherapy is the established course of action for anyone dealing with the fallout of putting your body under this level of pressure. Rolfing is a less well trodden path to increased lung capacity, pain-free glutes and knees that can take on the gruelling 26.2 mile run, but one which has served this marathon runner rather rell over the years. A rolfer won’t just work on the injured part of the body, they adopt a holistic approach…”
An interesting article by Dee O’Keeffe published on www.independent.ie –