The Superficial Backline (SBL) is a formation of fascia that forms the biggest part of our ‘rearward movement chain’. This net of connective tissue starts at the plantar fascia, runs along the achilles tendon, the calf muscles, the rear thigh muscles, the sacral band, thoracolumbar fascia, the pelvis, spine, back musculature and reaches all the way to the soles of the neck. The Superficial Backline’s role is to straighten up the body.
Problems in the Superficial Backline can manifest in different ways practically everywhere in the legs, the buttocks, the lower and the upper back.
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