Fascial plasticity – a new neurobiological explanation : Part 1

@inproceedings{Schleip2003FascialP,
  title={Fascial plasticity – a new neurobiological explanation : Part 1},
  author={R Schleip},
  year={2003}
}
Part 1 of this two part article showed that immediate fascial responsiveness to manipulation cannot be explained by its mechanical properties alone. Fascia is densely innervated by mechanoreceptors which are responsive to myofascial manipulation. They are intimately connected with the central nervous system and specially with the autonomic nervous system. Part 2 of the article shows how stimulation of these receptors can trigger viscosity changes in the ground substance. The discovery and… CONTINUE READING
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