Myofascial Units form Myofascial Sequences

Myofascial units are the building blocks of myofascial sequences. By understanding the anatomical connections between muscles and deep fascia we can interpret the adaptive changes that occur in our patients and enhance our manual therapy skills in the treatment of musculoskeletal pain. Fascia densifies in response to strain, stress and injury and, due to fascia's basal tensioning, dysfunction spreads in definable directions. Consequential limited motion and pain can be interpreted through the analysis of movement tests that indicate which myofascial units are not functioning correctly. Learn more at www.fascialmanipulation.com

Julie Ann Day

Julie completed a Diploma in Physiotherapy at Adelaide, Australia in 1977. Practitioner of Fascial Manipulation since 1999, and authorised teacher, Julie has taught the Fascial Manipulation technique in Italy and Poland. Specialized in Connective Tissue Massage and Foot Reflexology she has always been interested in Alternative medicine and therapeutic exercise. She lives and works in Padova, Italy.




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