This DW documentary about fascia presents the latest scientific finding by international researchers.
2. Fascia Research Congress 2018
Interview with experts from the field of fascia research at the congress.
3/ Fascia is all around us! By Gill Hedley
Gill Hedley's video for the 2018 Fascial Congress discusses superficial fascia and perifascia.
4. Fascia and stretching: The Fuzz Speech - By Gill Hedley - 2008
A lesson on the importance of movement and stretching to maintain the sliding and melting properties of fascia in the body.
5. The role of fascia in movement and function
Physiotherapist, Christopher Daprato gives a detailed lecture about fascia and its effects on the human body.
6. Strolling under the skin - 2005
A fascinating insight into how Dr Jean-Claude Guimberteau first discovered the structure, mechanics and extensive nature of fascia to the entire body, by magnifying it 25 times. It explains how all the constituents of the body contain and are wrapped in fascia, such as organs, nerves, Their discovery suggested that fascia 'anchored the muscles and tendons and could even be their main constituent material'.
7. Views of the living fascia
A small clip taken from the Guimberteau 'Strolling under the skin video' of fascai magnified 25 times.
8. What is fascia and connective tissue? By Dr LeBauer
Examines the vital role of fascial and connective tissue as her examines the fascia of a chicken.
9. What is fascia? - Breast Health Project
Cartoon images used to illustrate the tensegrity of fascia. It examines how a chronically tight muscle or surgery scars can affect the whole body.
10. Skins, scars and stiffness
This video of scar tissue was first shown at the Fascia Congress 2012 by Dr Guiberteau. It illustrates the reduction in fascial function in scar tissue.
11. Fascia: The body's remarkable, functional glue
A great explanation of fascia's properties and function in the body. It also mentions the link between fascia and fibromyalgia.
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