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When we are working in the myofascia, we are often looking for muscular events – trigger points, hypertonicity, hypotonicity, and ‘knots’ in general. When we focus particularly on the fascial structure, our appreciation must shift toward the fascial fabric itself, instead of the fascial fabric spun more loosely within the muscle.

When we are working in the myofascia, we are often looking for muscular events - trigger points, hypertonicity, hypotonicity, and ‘knots’ in general.

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The tarsal tunnel is located behind the bump on the inside of your ankle. A layer of connective tissue which overlies the bones creates a ‘tunnel’ in which vessels, nerves and tendon enter into the foot. There is little empty space in this area so the ner

Dorsalis pedis artery is a branch of Anterior Tibial artery... ( Note: Dorsalis pedis artery terminates at proximal part of first intermetatarsal space )

Dorsalis pedis artery is a branch of Anterior Tibial artery. ( Note: Dorsalis pedis artery terminates at proximal part of first intermetatarsal space )