Myofascial: Definition, Injury & Treatment
What Is Myofascial?
What does myofascial mean? “Myo” means muscle and “fascial” means soft tissue, so myofascial is the soft tissue surrounding and separating the muscles. Myofascial is very strong, very flexible, and resembles a spiderman suit wrapping the muscle. There is no beginning or end to myofascial, it is continuous. Fascia wraps around the whole body and connects each body part to each other.
Myofascial Injury Effect on the Body
In a normal, healthy state myofascial has the ability to stretch and move without any restrictions. During any trauma or overuse, the myofascial loses its durability, causing tightness and restriction. Keeping healthy fascia and myofascial will help with sustaining good posture, range or motion in your joints, and flexibility.
Myofascial Pain Treatment
ASTR treats myofascial pain in a gentle, effective, and natural way by releasing scar tissue, trigger points, and fascia restriction. ASTR’s patented tools assist in releasing myofascial restrictions. ASTR tools can be used at home to release myofascial pain.
Myofascial Release At Home
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