Fascia is one embryological and anatomical network of fibrous connective tissue in your body and is located around all the tendons, muscles, bones, ligaments, and organs. Fascia has several functions:
The tight bundles of collagen fibers in fascia are resistant to lengthening. Young, healthy people have fascial networks and bundles that are neatly arranged. As the years go by, however, these bundles can become entangled or get shorter. Instead of supporting cells, tissues, and organs, your fascial tissue can cause problems.