Anatomy Fun Fact of the Week Series:

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Over the next few weeks we are going talk about fascia. We want to illustrate what fascia is, as well as it’s importance, functions, disorders and how to maintain it when needed.

Fascia is a fibrous connective tissue that stabilizes, encloses and separates our muscles from each other. Fascia also creates a surface for our muscles to slide on, supports organs, and links up muscles used in common movement patterns for efficiency, strength, and balance.

This amazing fibrous tissue does so much for us, and deserves some attention.

Our topics for the weeks to come will include:

-Proprioceptive feedback
-Fascial Trains
-Muscle Recruitment Sequencing
-Fascia and Scaring
-Fascia and taping

-SMR (Self Myofascial Release)

Tune in next week to start this journey below skin.