This can be a reaction evolving from a combination of stress factors which ultimately increase demand on muscles and increase compensatory factors:
1) muscular and postural imbalances
2) occupational, recreational stress
3) structural imbalances ie; leg length, birth defects)
4) hyper mobility or reduced mobility or joint, inclusive of arthritis.
5) repetitive strain / overuse
6) emotional stress factors
7) breathing pattern abnormalities
8) trauma, inflammation and subsequent fibrosis
9) disuse, immobility
10) reflexogenic influences (viserosomatic, myofascial…)
11) climate stress
12) nutritional deficiencies (reduced vitamin C reduces collagen efficiency for example)
13) infection or disease
These are all very important factors when considering injury and dysfunction and should be looked into very carefully.
Hereat Dynamic Osteopaths in Solihull and Henley In Arden, Warwickshire, we carefully examine each individual component that may be causing it predisposing your complaint.
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