Fascia surrounding a muscle

Fascia: A Hidden Piece of the Puzzle of Fibromyalgia Pain

Interesting article: The massive connective tissue network that surrounds all of our muscles plays a key role in generating the pain and muscle tenderness of fibromyalgia.

Biomechanically the pelvis and shoulder are linked. This is what is referred to as a Myofascial sling. The hamstrings starting from the tibia then insert into the Ischial tuberosity. This then...

Biomechanically the pelvis and shoulder are linked. This is what is referred to as a Myofascial sling. The hamstrings starting from the tibia then insert into the Ischial tuberosity.

Myofascial Cupping Therapy | Coppola Physical Therapy NH | New Hampshire's Top Source for Physical Therapy

Fascia is the connective that wraps around, attaches to, separates, and stabilizes your muscles & internal organs. Fascia can get adheared & cause tightness & pain in your body. Massage is a great way to release fascia and feel better.

Neck & Arm pain are common.  Thoracic Outlet Syndrome is a condition where the nerves +/or the blood supply to the arm may be compressed.

What is Thoracic Outlet Syndrome?

Neck, shoulder, and arm pain are very common. Thoracic Outlet Syndrome is a compression of neuromuscular structures that supply the arm and may be involved in your symptoms.

What is Fascia? Connective Tissue | Ashley Black Guru™ | Official Home of the FasciaBlaster®

How could we miss an entire system of the body that affects virtually every other system? Why is the everyday person still SO uninformed when it comes to fascia?

What is Fascia, Why is Fascia important

What is Fascia, Why is Fascia important

What is Fascia? #Fascia also houses nerves and blood in a unique way, connecting it to neurological and blood disorders. It also connects muscle to muscle, which defies traditional modeling for biomechanics. It reacts to protect structural imbalances by constricting, which challenges all body work and lymphatic modeling.  Get the FasciaBlaster™ for only $89: www.FasciaBlaster.com

This is Part Three of a three part series based on my Interview with Sue Hitzmann, the founder of the MELT Method. In Part One, we discussed what fascia is and why it matters.

What Are Trigger Points? Hyperirritable and hypersensitive areas in the muscles of your thighs and around the knee are called trigger points...

What Are Trigger Points? Hyperirritable and hypersensitive areas in the muscles of your thighs and around the knee are called trigger points.Hands on Healing Chiropractic

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