Why does fascia matter?Why does fascia matter?
Research Staff asked 4 years ago
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Research Staff answered 4 years ago

Because fascia gives structure and stability to the whole body. It surrounds and permeates every organ and cell and is critical for transports of nutrients, waists, ions and other molecules and for the whole body homeostasis and communication. It is important for locomotion and transmits muscular forces around the body, it acts as a shock absorber etc.