Fascia is a seamless web of connective tissue that covers and connects the bones, muscles, organs, and skeletal, blood and lymph vessels ducts of glands and the supportive soft tissue structures in our body. This makes fascia a physiologically very important structure. The deep fascia of the body is richly endowed with nerves. Its sensory receptors that report the presence of pain change in movement, ...

Fascia is a seamless web of connective tissue that covers and connects the bones, muscles, organs, and skeletal, blood and lymph vessels ducts of glands and the supportive soft tissue structures in our body. This makes fascia a physiologically very important structure. The deep fascia of the body is richly endowed with nerves. Its sensory receptors that report the presence of pain change in movement, ...

Uno de los temas que más me gusta presentar es la fascia, justamente porque es una parte de nuestra anatomía que es muy importante para el yoga. En este artículo os explico en términos sencillos qué es la fascia y

Uno de los temas que más me gusta presentar es la fascia, justamente porque es una parte de nuestra anatomía que es muy importante para el yoga. En este artículo os explico en términos sencillos qué es la fascia y

Deep fascia of the neck (platysma in superficial fascia)

Deep fascia of the neck (platysma in superficial fascia)

This home was built for Roger and Linda of Grand Rapids, MN  Special Features:    Morton's Hi-Rib Steel  Cupolas  Deep Fascia Overhangs  Step Fascia  ...

This home was built for Roger and Linda of Grand Rapids, MN Special Features: Morton's Hi-Rib Steel Cupolas Deep Fascia Overhangs Step Fascia ...

1. skin 2. superficial fascia (this may be as thin as or less than a half inch or as thick as 6 inches or more) 3. deep fascia (all skeletal muscle is surrounded within its own deep fascia).  4. subserous fascia also known at extraperitoneal fascia (a layer of loose connective tissue that serves as a glue to hold the peritoneum to the deep fascia of the abdominal wall or to the outer lining of the GI tract. It may receive different names depending on its location  5. peritoneum

1. skin 2. superficial fascia (this may be as thin as or less than a half inch or as thick as 6 inches or more) 3. deep fascia (all skeletal muscle is surrounded within its own deep fascia). 4. subserous fascia also known at extraperitoneal fascia (a layer of loose connective tissue that serves as a glue to hold the peritoneum to the deep fascia of the abdominal wall or to the outer lining of the GI tract. It may receive different names depending on its location 5. peritoneum

Todd Pollock MD | http://vpage.us/2lTc9H3 | Dallas: 214.363.2575 Allen: 214.509.0270  This video demonstrates a simple surgical maneuver that can be added to any abdominoplasty procedure which will eliminate the need for drains allow upright ambulation earlier yet reduce the risk of other complications of abdominoplasty.  We term this technique progressive tension sutures which are used to actively advance the abdominoplasty flap.    The concept of progressive tension sutures is seen in this…

Todd Pollock MD | http://vpage.us/2lTc9H3 | Dallas: 214.363.2575 Allen: 214.509.0270 This video demonstrates a simple surgical maneuver that can be added to any abdominoplasty procedure which will eliminate the need for drains allow upright ambulation earlier yet reduce the risk of other complications of abdominoplasty. We term this technique progressive tension sutures which are used to actively advance the abdominoplasty flap. The concept of progressive tension sutures is seen in this…

Learn how long to hold a yoga pose in our Q & A with Tom Myers. Target deep fascia with individual variation, myotactic reflex release, and movement within the pose.

Learn how long to hold a yoga pose in our Q & A with Tom Myers. Target deep fascia with individual variation, myotactic reflex release, and movement within the pose.

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