The last few seasons of Craig Swan’s career were a struggle thanks to injuries, so he’d already been thinking of his post-baseball life when [told] … he was being released. While he waited at LAX to catch a flight home, Swan went to a pay phone and called the Rolf Institute for Structural Integration to inquire about enrolling as a student in the type of therapy that had once helped him become the first pitcher to return to the majors from a torn rotator cuff … two years later he graduated from the Rolf Institute [and] opened his own practice in Greenwich.

New York Daily News, New York, New York, April 4, 2009