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The primary purpose of the fascia is to provide structural support and stability to the body. It helps to maintain the body’s shape and alignment, and it helps to distribute forces and loads evenly throughout the body. The fascia also helps to protect and cushion the underlying tissues and organs, and it plays a role in the body’s immune and nervous systems. In addition, the fascia helps to regulate blood flow and temperature, and it plays a role in the body’s ability to adapt to changes in its environment.
What happens when our fascia doesn’t function properly?
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