I have palpated many hard organs during my work and studies. I have seen many young and old people who have hard organs, like very hard shoulder - very common. I have interviewed some of them, some points
- only one type of weight lifting
- no running
- no stretching
- no stretching before training
- no stretching after training
- not age dependent only - very old can be healthy
- dynamical movement dependent
There are two mechanisms of fibrinous inflammation
- trigger the release of fibrinogen
- trigger release of fibrinogen-to-fibrin reaction
which both result in the production fibrin in the interstitium:
The area may also be mixed with serous so two variations of fibrinous inflammation
I am interested in the mechanism that leads to this hard tissue throughout the organ. This raised to me an idea about Fibrinous inflammation in the shoulder. Robbins say that if the exudate cannot be sucked out, it leads to scarring. I think this is what is making the organ feel hard.
What is the pathogenesis in such monotonous movements without stretching?