Published on Locomotor system.

Joints give people mobility.

Joint problems denote great undervaluation in the identity of movement (it often occurs in the practice of sports. The person did not like the performance of his movement) and/or inflexibility. The keywords for any joint problems are undervaluation and inflexibility. Stiffness, inflammations, distensions, muscle pulls, muscle strains, tendonitis, torn ligaments, all suggest that the person lacks flexibility in his thinking and mental pattern and feels undervalued.

And, of course, joint inflammation hinders movement. It forces the person to stop.

The undervaluation can be felt as frenzy, anger, or rage. When it happens in the shin, the tension differs from that felt if the injury is in the shoulder. It is necessary to treat each case individually.

The joint lubricant is called synovium fluid. It is found in the mucus capsules of joints. When the liquid is released due to a tension in the joint, it means that the tension of undervaluation is very strong. A muscle strain is more severe when the release of this fluid occurs. Bursitis is the inflammation of a bursa, which is a small sac of fluid in the joints, whose job is to avoid friction between the tendon and the bone or the tendon and the muscle, as well as to protect bone protuberances. Bursitis is the inflammation of a serum sac. It reflects impotence and passiveness, undervaluation, one’s desire to hit somebody without being able or allowing himself to do it.

See Hip, Elbow, Fingers, Knee, Shoulder, Wrist and Tibia for problems of tendonitis, ligaments, joint cartilages (menisci) or fracture of joint bones.

Arthrosis, polyarthritis, arthritis, pain in the hips, hip osteoarthritis are typical tensions in the joints.

See Arthrosis, Hip osteoarthritis, Polyarthritis, Chronic evolving polyarthritis, Rheumatism, Acute articular rheumatism.

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