Wellness & Mobility Resources
Welcome to our Wellness and Mobility resource section. Here you’ll find a library of content written by our staff to help you better understand conditions, treatments and learn how to improve your wellness and mobility at home.
Fascia is a dense irregular connective tissue that compartmentalizes muscles, nerves and organs. There are essentially 3 types of fascia found within the body. Superficial Fascia, which is mostly associated with the skin; Deep Fascia, which is the muscles, bones, nerves and blood vessels; and Visceral (or Subserous) Fascia, that is mostly associated with the internal organs.
Based off of the joint by joint approach, we know that certain areas of the body have a tendency to become stiff, locked up and in need of mobilization. These areas are typically the big toe, ankle, hip, thoracic spine, shoulders, upper cervical spine and wrists.
Scar tissue is one of the most normal side effects of the human body healing itself, and yet there is quite a bit of misinformation about how it’s formed, what helps with the symptoms that occur once it has formed to a certain extent, and even what it is actually made of.