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Connective Tissue
"Connective tissue is a remarkably versatile bit of biology.  If forms every supportive tissue from the fluid body to the solid bone, and a host of sheets, straps and slings between.  The muscular tissue moves us around, but it works through the connective tissue fascia, tendons, and the ligaments at every turn and it is the connective tissue complex that holds us in the shape we are in.  When we are injured or stressed, no matter what the source, there is a neuromuscular response- usually involving some combination of contraction, retraction, immobility and often rotation.  Theses patterns put some muscles under strain (where they develop painful trigger points) and also pulls at this fascial fabric, requiring it to shift, thicken, glue itself to surrounding structures and otherwise compensate for the excess sustained muscular holding." --Myers


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