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Stretching Exercises

Stretching Exercises

Stretching Exercises. Mazyad Alotaibi. Mobility and Flexibility of soft tissues (muscles, tendons, fascia, joint capsule, and skins) surrounding the joint along with adequate joint mobility, are necessary for normal ROM.

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Stretching Exercises

Stretching Exercises

Stretching Exercises. Mazyad Alotaibi. Mobility and Flexibility of soft tissues (muscles, tendons, fascia, joint capsule, and skins) surrounding the joint along with adequate joint mobility, are necessary for normal ROM.

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Why Muscle Imbalance Can Be Dangerous?

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