Determinados aspectos de la práctica osteopática fascial

Selected fascial aspects of osteopathic practice
Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies    Share
Fascia is a connective tissue organized as a three-dimensional network that surrounds, supports, suspends, protects, connects and divides muscular, skeletal and visceral components of the body. Studies suggest that fascia reorganizes itself along the lines of tension imposed or expressed in the body, and in ways that may cause repercussions to fascial restriction that are body-wide. This review explores some of the features described above, together with evidence supporting the therapeutic efficacy of fascial manipulation, offering a selected overview of the fascial component in osteopathic assessment and treatment. (This is an abstract. To view full article, you will need to log in.). More

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