Videos

The main theme of this was discussing a 2015 paper by Perez-Bellmunt et al on the attachment of what we call the hamstrings.  End of the day, light hearted stuff.

Marcin is a dissection regular and someone who has developed some amazing ideas around what dissection brings to the therapy room.

Kirstie also followed this up with an email in September
Kirstie Yelland

 

The idea of fat and how it is demonised, needs to be addressed in a different way if we are going to understand it.

After a great day teaching together in London,
Robert Schleip reveals his new admiration for superficial fascia!

A day in the lab produces lots of ideas.
It’s a lengthy interview, but lots of my thoughts are in here!

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The Complexity of Fascia

The cheap microscope shows again the depth and complexity of fascia and how multi-directional it can be.

Filmy Fascia

These pictures were taken with a low powered, low cost microscope, attached to an iPhone. They show the beauty and incredible complexity of the tissue we call Fascia!

Under the Microscope

Once again, seen under a low powered microscope, we can see ‘Filmy Fascia.’ Irregular and chaotic, it is diverse, wet and hugely tensional.