We cover what happens to cause injury? Is inflammation a good thing or a bad thing? What is the effect of emotional stress on fascia? If you have chronic pain, can fascia therapies help you?
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Fascia and Movement.
6:52What's the importance of movement on fascia tissue. In this segment I'm highlighting the importance of movement in our daily lives and how critical fascia to help us stay pain free.
Effective techniques on stretching.
6:46How are you supposed to do your stretches? Is time important in your stretching? Is intensity a factor to consider? Are you doing harm or good with your way of stretching?
What actually happens when Fascia is injured!
8:50We cover what happens to cause injury? Is inflammation a good thing or a bad thing? What is the effect of emotional stress on fascia? If you have chronic pain, can fascia therapies help you?
Sleep Hygiene Tips.
10:13Sleep is very important for our bodies to recover and regenerate. In this segment I'm sharing basic things that you can manipulate and adjust in order to improve your sleep patterns.
Understanding your body means understanding your injury.
7:26Movement is Life, we need to move as much as possible for our bodies to adapt better in the environment. If you have an injury, it's important to understand the structure at default, what kind of restrictions are occurring and this helps to guide you into the future prognosis of the problem. Subconscious every patient knows when to start loading, but putting in an understanding about the cause of the dysfunction, eases and calms the patient and this prepares them back to face life.
Causes of Fascial Alterations
7:47Fascial distortions can be due to overuse, injury, everyday repetitive mvt or stress, poor circulation and lack of essential minerals and vitamins. Like any other tissue fascia works better if it gets sufficient oxygenated blood supply. With Fascia Therapy we can diminish aches and pains, increase flexibility, range of movement, enhance performance and accelerate recovery. FDM therapy and any fascia therapies help improve metabolic function.
Basics about fascia as a pain receptor".
5:10Fascia is a connective tissue that keeps the mascular and skeletal systems together. Without fascia we can't have body form. Fascia has a higher percentage of nerve endings than any other tissue in the body, about 80% of nerve endings are adherent to the fascia system. If you happen to get pain it means something is actually interfering with the fascia tension and as well affecting the ability of the fascia to glide. Static posture are bad for fascia gliding /movement. Try and reduce static postures because our bodies are designed for movement.
Fascia Distortion Model in pain management
2:02We will take you through a new journey of managing your pain using fascia distortion model. You are free to ask questions?