The Rossiter System relieves and prevents pain because it directly tackles the causes of pain. Tightness, pain, throbbing, aching and limited movement in muscles and joints occur because surrounding connective tissue has shortened and tightened from overuse and repetition. Unlike muscle stretches, The Rossiter techniques target the body’s connective tissue, a head-to-toe network of fascia, ligaments, and tendons that holds everything together. When connective tissue becomes overworked, stressed or tired, it shortens and it tightens. This lack of space is evident in pain, stiffness and an inability of the body to move easily. The resulting symptoms include tingling, tightness, numbness, knots, pain, soreness, tenderness, buzzing sensations and the like.

The Rossiter System’s stretching techniques loosen entire areas of connective tissue and restore mobility and circulation. The result — effective pain relief and free movement.

These facilitated stretches will help you regain the mobility you’ve lost AND keep you out of

pain for the rest of your life. And in these times of limited health care and health insuranc cutbacks, The Rossiter System makes sense as a proven, alternative, home-remedy approach that saves you time, money and expensive (and often futile) trips to the doctor or physical therapist.

In The Rossiter System, YOU become the expert because you already know your body better than anybody else.

You can book your 20-30 minute Rossiter sessions either on its own or in combination with a massage!

(Much of the information on this page is taken directly from the Rossiter Systems website – to read more you may visit the website at

The Rossiter System® is a natural and

effective way to address many types

of physical pain including:

– Stiff or painful knees.

– Low back pain and sciatica

– Stiff necks.

– Sore shoulders.

– Achy feet.

– Hip pain.

– Arm, wrist and elbow pain.

– Carpal tunnel syndrome.

– Elbow tendonitis.

The Rossiter System


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