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There is a myofascial connection called the Superficial Back Line (SBL) that extends from the bottom of your toes, up the back of your body, and to the top of your head. Unfortunately, when most people treat back pain, they try to break the body down into separate segments and only treat the segment that hurts. […]

Here's an example of one structural fascia line that runs the entire length of the body called the posterior fascia line (PFL). To help you understand where it is and how it looks, imagine a piece of fried chicken with the skin on it. Just under and attac

I will explain the importance of the piriformis muscle, common places of trigger points / fascial adhesions found within the muscle, and effective ways to treat an overactive piriformis muscle, which can be related to sciatica like pain known as.