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Dysfunctional musculoskeletal patterns in the body




Dysfunctional musculoskeletal patterns in the body most often have three basic parts to them: a soft-tissue restriction (e.g. fibrosis or adhesion), a related neuromuscular reaction (most often in the form of muscle inhibition), and a compensation response to that reaction. The first part is structural (hardware), the rest is neurological (software). The software components can vary widely, and even change from day to day or with certain activities, despite the fact that the hardware components are unchanged. This change in symptoms doesn't necessarily mean there's been a change in the condition.

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