Michael Stanborough, M.A. (Communication Theory, Victoria University), is the director of the Stanborough Educational Group. He has practiced Structural Integration (Rolfing®) for the past 30 years and was a full instructor at the Rolf® Institute in Boulder, Colorado. He was the first Australian to be certified to teach by the Rolf® Institute. He now teaches Structural Integration within his own sch
Mulugeta Bayisa Chala
School of Rehabilitation Therapy
Queen’s University, Canada
My colleagues and I at the department of physiotherapy, University of Gondar, Ethiopia regularly encounter patients with challenging and complex musculoskeletal health conditions, such as chronic pain. Chronic pain of musculoskeletal origin is often hard to treat using conventional treatment approaches such as stretching or other manual therapy techniques such as mobilization that we physical therapists use. However, since we started to augment our treatment techniques with myofascial release techniques, our confidence to treat these patients improved.