Problems linked to Fascia

Fascia is a system of flexible connective tissue surrounding everything in the body. If the system is supple and running smoothly, all is fine, but when some parts become stiff, tense or inflamed, there will be consequences.

Many problems can be linked to the Fascia since it is such a critical part of our metabolism, stabilizing function, musculoskeletal system, has a force-transferring effect as well as helps us know our position.

The Fascia’s status affects our general health and the well-being of the body. A fault may give troublesome pain conditions that are difficult to get out of.

On this page we have gathered lots of information about different problems and health conditions and how they are connected to the Fascia.

Hyper-extension

In places where the body has become stiff and numb the nervous system cannot signal the situation as quickly as it should so that we can control our movements.

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Shock absorption

Thanks to the linked connective tissues, we can absorb a shock throughout the body. A blow to the foot from a stone can thus provide an impact at the end of that connective chain, right up to the base of the skull.

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Straining – Lumbago

Lumbago follows the same pattern as hyper-extension. We usually have built up tension and stiffness that eventually impair the reaction of the nerves and muscles of the rigid area.

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Hypermobility

Hypermobile people build up enormous tension in their muscles that give painful tension in the joint, and they often get nerves pinched.

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