Your body is comprised of many joints that are connected structurally and functionally in a kinetic chain.
The kinetic chain consists of myofascial (muscles and connective tissues), articular (joints), and neural (brain, sensory receptors and nerves) components. These components work together and require the sequential coordination of each joint to be properly aligned, stable and mobile to create a quality movement pattern. The motion produced at any joint in the kinetic chain directly affects the joints above and below it, thus dysfunction in any one component may have a direct and detrimental effect on the function of a neighboring joint.
When movement quality is compromised, athletic performance is reduced,
the rate of muscle fatigue is increased and the body is exposed to unnecessary stresses that cause the progressive destruction of your joints.