Muscles, Fascia and Ligaments

Restoring the joint function eradicates the pain.

The main characteristics of the soft tissues of the body include elasticity and flexibility. These aptitudes allow physical adaptation to life’s shocks and jolts. More serious trauma can overstretch muscles, facia, and ligaments, cause muscular and ligamentous tears, as well as tendonitis and repetitive sprains.

Osteopathic treatment improves local mechanical abilities immediately by restoring micro-gliding and rolling that characterize each joint unit. Specific techniques are also applied to the damaged soft tissues. Recovery of normal joint function then wipes out inflammation and eradicates pain.

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