These conditions all have one important thing in common: the pain they cause is often a direct result of neurological hypersensitivity-meaning that the nervous system has become hyper-vigilant and sensitized.
How does this happen?
Neurological hypersensitivity is the direct cause of neurogenic inflammation likely caused by the chronic artifacts of inflammation contributing to sympathetic dominance in the body-in other words the brain has become stressed creating a lock down in the bodily tissue, this can happen in several important ways:
acute conditions (pulls, tears, collisions, etc),
accumulation of small tears (micro-trauma)
old injuries (chronic inflammation)
not getting enough oxygen (hypoxia).
Each of these factors can cause the brain to lock down the tissues producing pain, loss of strength and decreased range of motion in the affected area. This neurological lock literally binds up and ties down tissues. As this process continues, muscles become shorter and weaker, tension on tendons causes tendinitis, and nerves can become entrapped.