What Do Janda and Hodges Agree is Important in Functional Control and Stability of the Spine. Part 3 of 3.
Control of Muscle Stiffness The modulation of tone in specific muscles provides an underlying degree of stability to the joints. This activity increases the stiffness of muscles that surround the joints. Muscle stiffness is the property of muscles to act as springs (ratio of length change to force change). Muscle stiffness provides control of forces […]