Structuralism is the idea that dysfunction and pain are caused by poor biomechanics and problems in the tissues (adhesions, scar tissue, degeneration, etc). Most of traditional healthcare is based on this idea, and such examples are knee pain due to the knees collapsing during a squat, low-back pain due to a messed up disc (super scientific yeah?), and shoulder pain due to impingement. If these statements are the true causes of pain and dysfunction, then ALL olympic lifters/powerlifters should have torn menisci, MCLs, and ACLs, ALL jiu jitsu practitioners should have shooting pain in all extremities, and ALL rock climbers should have bilateral anterior shoulder pain. At one point, I trained in all 3 simultaneously, so why am I not miserably bedridden (yeah I know, n=1 and a confirmation bias)?🏗️Please don't misinterpret my point🗡️. If I wanted my athlete to be stronger and more powerful, then hell yeah their form matters. However, when managing pain, relying solely on the physical characteristics ignores the emotional, cognitive, and social aspects. Pain is simply way too complicated to think that it's rooted in some structural "abnormality".