Markku Riihinen

Markku Riihinen

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Dr. Jean-Claude GUIMBERTEAU, M.D. documents living connective tissue. Amazing stuff!

Dr. Jean-Claude GUIMBERTEAU, M.D. documents living connective tissue. Amazing stuff!

The massive connective tissue network that surrounds all of our muscles plays a key role in generating the pain and muscle tenderness of fibromyalgia.

Fascia is a network of connective tissue in the body. Our nerves innervate with this complex system. Where there is resistance in the body, releasing fascia is the key.

Fascia! What I call saran wrap of the body.

Fascia is the connective tissue that holds everything together like the casing around the hot dog of your body. It can pull too hard when it’s injured, which is what leads to symptoms you may be familiar with.

The 5 Primary Kinetic Chains Lateral ~ Stance Phase The lateral kinetic chain…

Introduction to the scalene The symmetry of our structure is magnificent. The mirror of symmetry is present in many aspects of the our being. Looking at the skeleton, there is the axial and appendicular aspects. The axial is comprised of the cranium,.

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The psoas muscle may be the most important muscle in your body. Read on to find out whether you might have a psoas muscle imbalance, and how to correct it.

The psoas muscle may be the most important muscle in your body. Read on to find out whether you might have a psoas muscle imbalance, and how to correct it.

What is fascia? |

Fascia is a network of connective tissue in the body. Our nerves innervate with this complex system. Where there is resistance in the body, releasing fascia is the key.