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- adj. Relating to a fascia
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pertaining to the fasces.
- adj. Relating to a fascia.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Belonging to the fasces.
- Pertaining to a fascia; constituting a fascia; consisting of fascia; aponeurotic: as, fascial tissue.
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Dissecting means you are using scissors to open up layers of tissue, called fascial planes, to get to the kidney.
If your fitness routine involves mainly machines, you will not end up with a fascial network that is as strong, versatile and capable as you'd like, but rather a one-dimensional network that may respond less efficiently to challenges.
Having an integrated and well-trained fascial network is important not just for anyone engaged in sports, but for anyone wishing to retain a healthy and functional body throughout life.
Langevin has developed evidence, for example, that the fascial network may correspond to the network of acupuncture points and meridians.
Ultimately, the brain creates movement in terms of large fascial networks and individual motor units, not our named muscles.
In 2007, fascial researchers and practitioners banded together to initiate the biennial Fascia Research Congress, where researchers and health practitioners can share new discoveries.
There is one muscle that exists in 600 fascial pockets.
Training too hard or repeating the same routine without variation can lead to fascial adhesions or injury.
In its healthy state, the fascial network stretches and moves without restriction.
She said that I had fascial lines of tension in my left pelvis and abdominal muscles from my previous left knee injury.
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