Underlying mechanisms of neuro-fascial body interactions

Analysis of the underlying neuro-fasciagenic mechanisms contributing to somatic dysfunction

Myofascial interactions in pain and dysfunction are gaining more and more popularity as new research continues to demonstrate their clinical relevance. The present study attempted to consolidate the currently available literature on changes that can occur within the fascia, to re-integrate our understanding of the connection between the fascial and neurological system. From an osteopathic perspective, this two part review proposes that manual interventions have several methods of interaction on fascia at the local, segmental and global levels.

 
 

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