Why do you need to know about it?
Connective tissue is much stronger than our organs, blood vessels, muscles and bones that it surrounds, so if it’s tight it will always win, creating restrictions. In order to achieve change in your body, it must be addressed as part of your treatment plan. Lets go back to the sausage for a minute and talk about a few of examples of connective tissue problems you may have experienced or heard of:
So now you understand a little more about connective tissue and why it’s important to treat, if you are suffering from any restrictions, please let us help you. Claire and myself have done extensive training in connective tissue realise (also known as myofascial realise) and you can expect to have to this work included in you treatments with us.
Mandy Crawford, Doctor of Osteopathy