Fix it With Your Hands

The fascial system is an extraordinary structure in our bodies that we are just beginning to understand.  A net like living tissue, it surrounds the bones, the nerves, the muscles, even the organs. 

It is dynamic and changeable in shape.  It supports the structures of the body and participates in dispersing the force of movement.  The gliding of the muscles on each other as they work is a function of the fascia.

This responsive tissue can be deformed or restricted by trauma or repetitive strain.  When that happens, the muscles are not able to function at their best.  Pain and limited motion may result. 

But the fascia can be reshaped, released, and changed back to a more responsive tissue with our hands.  Helping therapists learn how to release the impaired fascial structures is the purpose of my book.

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