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April’s Physical Fitness & Sport Post: FASCIA Plays and Important Role in Proprioception

By April 7, 2014December 9th, 2014Daily Posts/Tips

FASCIA Plays an Important Role in Proprioception Part I:

“Fascia is almost a network of nerves, cells and tubes, running to and from it; it is crossed and filled with, no doubt, millions of nerve centers and fibers. Its nerves are so abundant no atom of flesh fails to get nerve and fluid supply therefrom. The chord throws out and supplies millions of nerves by which all organs and pars are supplied with the elements of motion, all to go and terminate in that great system, the fascia.” – Still, 1899 page 164-65.

Using quality exercise techniques like specific Proprioceptive training, Myo-fascial Stretching and ELDOA as well as including Analytical or Segmental Training as part of EVERY program be it Wellness, Rehabilitation, Sport Specific Training or Corrective Exercise assures the greatest possible result.

This week in NYC, Proprioceptive Training Workshop- IMG_2409

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