myofascial


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my·o·fas·ci·al

(mī'ō-fash'ē-ăl),
Of or relating to the fascia surrounding and separating muscle tissue.

myofascial

/myo·fas·ci·al/ (-fash´e-al) pertaining to or involving the fascia surrounding and associated with muscle tissue.

myofascial

[mī·ōfa′shē·əl]
pertaining to a muscle and its sheath of connective tissue, or fascia.

myofascial

adjective Referring to skeletal muscle and its surrounding fascia.

my·o·fas·ci·al

(mī'ō-fash'ē-ăl)
Of or relating to the fascia surrounding and separating muscle tissue.

Myofascial

The fibrous tissue that encloses and separates layers of muscles.
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myofascial (mīˈ·ō·fāˑ·shē·l),

n skeletal muscles and the fascial sheaths that surround them.
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Simulated myofascial release on in vitro fibroblasts originally injured by repetitive motion strain results in normalization of cell morphology and attenuation of inflammatory responses [50].
While myofascial pain syndrome is complex in its presentation, the onset and persistence of myofascial pain syndrome are known to be caused by myofascial trigger points [4].
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Materials and Methods: In this prospective, randomized-controlled study, we included 40 patients with back pain due to chronic myofascial pain syndrome.
The post-exercise component of the workout is aimed at improving tissue extensibility, and so should ideally include myofascial release along with static stretching (and perhaps some PNF, or "proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation," which is known to improve range of motion in particular).
Signs and symptoms of the myofascial pain syndrome: a national survey of pain management providers.
Integration of myofascial trigger point release and paradoxical relaxation training treatment of chronic pelvic pain in men.
Nerve lesion leads to changes in muscle function, resulting in muscle imbalances with deformity of soft tissues and joints (2-6) that can contribute to the development of myofascial syndrome.
These include Swedish, sports massage, deep tissue, orthopedic, neuromuscular, myofascial, and craniosacral therapy.
CHICAGO -- Results of a second randomized trial confirm that significantly more women with interstitial cystitis respond to myofascial physical therapy than traditional massage therapy.
8 million people (nearly 90 percent are women) who had it and soon I would experience everything from brain fog, and myofascial knots to irritable bladder, sleep apnea and irregular heartbeat--but mostly lots and lots of soul-crushing pain.