How Your Body is Connected
Your body is a matrix of tissues, interwoven all the way from the top of your head to the bottom of your feet. This interconnectivity is not only linear, but also three-dimensional. For example, the skin of your neck is connected to the skin of your legs, and the fascia and extracellular matrix throughout your body connect the skin to your muscles, your nerves, and even your internal organs. To put it simply, a lack of mobility in any of these tissues can cause an overall loss of body function.