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The myotendinosis-bioregulatory-nerval-static concept describes the complex interaction between muscles, tendons, nerves and the nervous system in the human body. Various components play a role here

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myotendinosis refers to the connection between muscles (myo-) and tendons (tendino-). These structures are closely interconnected and transmit forces between muscles and bones to enable movement.

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the bioregulatory element refers to the body's regulatory mechanism that controls the adaptation of muscles, tendons and other tissues to stress and injury. This mechanism includes processes such as tissue regeneration, adaptation to stress and healing of injuries.

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the neural element refers to the role of the nervous system in controlling movement and the perception of pain. Nerves play an important role in the transmission of signals between the brain and muscles and in the regulation of muscle tension and coordination.

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The static element refers to the stability and alignment of the body during rest and movement. Muscles and tendons work together to ensure optimal posture and mobility.

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