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Old 01-12-2011, 12:44 AM   #1
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Default More fascianation with fascia

This just in - more directing of attention completely off the point onto something completely irrelevant when it comes to what people come in to see a therapist about. More chasing of imaginary unicorn tissue-issues, by whatever could possibly be dreamed up - implements, needles, elbows, keep that mesodermal bedazzlement going, keep the meme maxed up, keep everyone staring at the dashboard instead of at the dials embedded in it.
Go Chaitow go: The role of fascia in manipulative treatment of soft tissues.
Oh, it has a role, all right - its role is to hold the body together in spite of all the abuse which may be heaped upon it by well-meaning but completely misguided practitioners.
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yaeh, and I just love this:
“Fascia forms a gliding interface with underlying muscle [allowing] free excursion of the muscle under the relatively immobile skin." My bolds

Talk about blinkers on....
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Old 01-12-2011, 04:11 AM   #3
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yaeh, and I just love this:
“Fascia forms a gliding interface with underlying muscle [allowing] free excursion of the muscle under the relatively immobile skin." My bolds

Talk about blinkers on....
Yup - exactly backwards.
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More odd concepts from Nova Scotia...

http://www.physiotherapyworks.ca/treatmentTypes.php

The use of the word 'holistic' has really gone ballistic.

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Has it ever.
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That one has fully embraced every mainstream woo method available!It is really too bad we do not have a more stringent standard in our regulatory standards for what "best evidence" is...
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What do they mean by "body scans?"

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Mus hve been a tyop.
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Probably the thermograph or whatever they call the scan that shows 'where the pain comes from'.

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Researchers are learning how bacteria build biofilms, and how the extracellular matrix biofilms exert osmotic pressure on the bacteria to hold them together. Sort of like being trapped in a cesspool? I don't know, but maybe one day research like this will underscore how multicellularity came to be, and remove all the glamour from fasciaism.
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It was a typo...not body scans...supposed to be body scams.
I can't believe people can buy into this stuff
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