Soft Tissue

Soft tissue describes the type of cells that work together to connect, envelope, support and/or move surrounding structures.

In general, “soft tissue” is commonly used to describe muscles, tendons, ligaments and/or fascia. But several other tissue types and body systems contain soft tissue as well, including fat, skin (integumentary system), the nervous system, and the blood vessels of the circulatory system. 

While all soft tissue plays a role in your back pain and its healing, a few are consistently involved in spinal rehabilitation.

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