Monthly Archives: October 2017

Hyaluronic acid with adhesively bonded fascia

Fascias are all fibrous connective tissue structures in the body. If there is not enough hyaluronic acid in the fascia, the proportion of the fluid becomes smaller and the connective tissue becomes ever firmer and inflexible.
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Hyaluronic acid – natural lubricant for the joints

Hyaluronic acid can withstand strong pressure, act as a shock absorber and remain the elasticity, which makes its presence in cartilage, tendons, ligaments and connective tissue essential for supporting healthy joint function.
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Tips for sports with arthritis

To train effectively and to really do something good for your body, sport activity should be tailored to you. Osteoarthritis is either caused, among other things, by too little or too much movement.
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