Neuropostural Syndrome: Definition

New physiopathological concept sometimes suspected by professionals working on posture (physiotherapist, osteopath, posturologist podiatrist, functional rehabilitation doctor)

Definition :

Combines scar neuropathy and a global posture disorder aimed at reducing the impact of scar neuropathy.

Scarring neuropathy is responsible for more or less intense neurological signs, sometimes very discreet because they are compensated by postural modifications.
Postural modifications lead to muscle pain with myofascial syndromes on certain muscles of the overall postural chains involved.
The overall picture is essentially the same regardless of the patient.
The postural disorder results from a defense mechanism aimed at reducing tension or pressure in the area of scarring neuropathy.
Post operative chronic pain