Fascia is the information system of the body, and besides physical stimuli, it also accumulates emotions because of all negative thoughts, stresses, injuries trapped in the fascia. As the tissue relaxes, at the same time relaxed and trapped energies that pop up to the surface and enter our consciousness during or after treatment.
Faction is a part of the connective tissue that extends and wraps the entire body, muscles, bones, nerves, blood vessels, and organs, keeping them separate and allowing them to smoothly and gently slip during startup. Faction is a complex of membranes that make up a three-dimensional network that transmits minimum tensions and the smallest segmental shift to the whole body and affects the way we start. For example. By moving a small finger on the arm, move the muscles in the side of the neck and head, the lowered feet affect the position of the knees, the pelvis, the entire spine, the shoulders and the head. The connection between all these, normally unconnected and distant systems, is a fascia.
Why is it important to treat it
Recently it has become the subject of intensive research. Studies have shown that fascia is the largest sensory organ in the body that contains a large number of receptors that strongly affect physical neuromuscular physiology and our mental health through the way we feel in our body. Ideally, the facies will be smooth, soft and slip smoothly allowing you to move and stretch at full length, in each direction, and each time you return to normal. It is strong, contracted independently of the muscle it surrounds, feels, creates resistance in stretching and acts as an anatomical brake for the alarm from the damage.
When constraints exceed a certain threshold for lack of activity, chronic stress, injuries, poor stance, or lack of flexibility in combination with recurrent movements, withdraw fasctions, change their elasticity, become rigid and can negatively affect each muscle, nerve or body in the body. Sometimes shrinkage in one area can cause pain in completely different, so treating only the painful area will not yield results. For myofascial release phoenix can be your answer if you are looking where to start, or are in need of some more professional place.
Myofascial Release Technique – MFR
Treatments are very relaxing, the client almost immediately feels better, but can also cause a short-term reaction regarding exacerbation of pain or some other feeling, for example, muscle inflammation after training. Some also feel the change in the emotional state (mainly in a positive sense), as stress-related stress is reduced. It should be kept in mind that, no matter how well one feels after the first or second treatment, this does not mean that the process has been completed. It is usually necessary to take several treatments so that the pain disappears altogether.
MFR therapies will help with pain in the back and neck, headaches, sports injuries, chronic pain, neural dysfunctions after stroke, Parkinson and multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue, pain and cramps of the face or jaw, painful scarring, feelings of constant fatigue, anxiety, and depression … Also loss of pain, MFR improves proper body holding and increases mobility.