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Success in the Fascial Paradigm

Success in the Fascial Paradigm

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The Science of Physical Rehabilitation
Success in the FascialParadigm
Case Study
Gavin Broomes B.Sc.09/02/2012
May 2010
January 2012
 Despite the obvious remaining muscular tension and asymmetric neutral position, there is a remarkableimprovement in many key areas: There is a generalized reduction in overall muscular tension which is adirect reflection of the increased compression strength of the trunk. This reduction promotes a morecomfortable neutral position and permits positional transfers with less difficulty and discomfort. Theabdomen exhibits an increase in volume and tone which contributes to the overall improvement of thepelvis (as seen in the next comparative photos). Upon close inspection, there is also a positive reductionin the valgus distortion of the leg in conjunction with encouraging gains in muscular bulk of the legs.
May 2010
January 2012
 The improvement and development of the muscular bulk of the posterior pelvis (Gluteals) is quitedramatic. It is important to note that this significant improvement has been achieved with relativelylittle direct application to the hip itself, rather a careful and concentrated focus on the primarydevelopmental fundamentals of early motor development---compressional strength (can also beconsidered as postural strength). The improvements that are seen at the pelvis, hip, and legs areattributed to the development of the hydrostatic strength and integrity of the abdomen. In addition,this sets obvious precedent as to whether passive non-invasive approaches work. Although this leg isnot able to be exposed to load bearing activities, it is orders of magnitude in better condition and sets astandard for potential future rate of progress.

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