Diane Whitacre
Structural Anatomist, RT


 Structural Anatomy

The structural alignment of our body is one of the most overlooked and underrated aspects of our health, musculoskeletal pain, communication, appearance and how we age. Rarely is it considered as a cause of a health problem or for the proper formation of a newborn’s spine that will last a lifetime.


January 2021


Wiggle When You Walk

Ever notice the smiles on belly dancers, Salsa partners and the girls in grass skirts? Dancers of all types, professional or not, enjoy a greater range of hip movement. Skiers, surfers and soccer players cannot be without it – hip mobility. The girl from Ipanima was a sight to see as she went strolling down more

The Body Plastic

Connective tissue in our body holds us together – covering every muscle, organ and bone and underlies every inch of skin covering our body. It is the one substance connecting all parts of our body to each other, inside and out. It supports, protects and binds us into a continuous, unbroken whole. A change of more

Body Alignment & Performance

Running a marathon, being an Olympic athlete or executing the winning home run will likely not happen with a body in misalignment. The wrong muscles will be used or the right muscles will be used in the wrong way. Executing the perfect golf swing is doubtful when the spine is bent, the shoulder girdle has more