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Neurological tightness vs. Mechanical tension: an important distinction for soft tissue management

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Published on Jun 4, 2012

In this video Dr. Spina discusses distinguishing between neurologically induced muscle 'tightness' and mechanical tension (i.e. lack of proper tissue movement/slide due to the accumulation of fibrosis). This distinction is of utmost importance to the manual therapist in order to properly select a treatment modality that will deal with the problem at hand.

For the full blog post visit http://FunctionalAnatomyBLOG.com - June 5, 2012 post

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