Case Study: Pectus Excavatum and Structural Integration

Published in the 2013 Yearbook of the International Association of Structural Integrators, click here for full text.

Abstract: “This article is to report the findings from a single-case research which examined the effects of a once-weekly, eleven series of Soma Structural Integration on a client with pectus excavatum. The intervention lasted approximately eleven weeks. Results indicate that structural integration helped improve structural verticality, chest expansion, and increased adaptive capacity of respiration. The adjustment of the structure in the thoracic cavity was easily noted visually.”

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