The key to providing sustainable improvements in musculoskeletal pathology lies in the ability to optimise the mechanics of how a particular joint operates.
The ability to recognise and refine inadequate movement patterns is a fundamental part of this. When a joint moves in an intended way with optimal support of the contractile structures (muscles) the mechanical stresses are reduced.
Though exercises cannot reverse arthritic changes or damage/scarring to connective tissue the refinement of this basic principle will allow for an improvement in function and quality of life.
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