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Old 18-11-2006, 07:32 AM   #1
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Default The First International Fascia Research Congress

The First International Fascia Research Congress
http://fascia2007.com/

I'm sure that Barrett will love it. (as many of us).
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Old 18-11-2006, 07:52 AM   #2
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Fibromyalgia is a strain disorder?????

The mind is boggled.

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It's a mesodermal love-in.
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I notice Diane Lee is a speaker.

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Default A whole conference on fascia

Here it is. Or rather, there it was: http://www.fascia2007.com/

You'll note that Barnes didn't appear on the guest list.

Apart from it being a gathering of mostly structuralists it looks like a few people there were interested in innervation, in how the nervous system might be involved in sensing itself.
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http://www.fascia2007.com/abstracts.php
An example:
This non invasive method (sic)
http://www.fascia2007.com/abstract_p...20Gua%20Fa.pdf
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The mind eternally boggles at this kind of ritual rubbish.

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