Intermediate stratum

Intermediate strata is the arthroscopic surgeons’ term for ‘loose fascia’. Add this to Thies’ interstitium, Hedley’s peri-fascial membranes, Guimberteau’s Multimicrovacuolar Collagen Absorbing System, Borden’s Rapidly-Adap[ting Internal Network, or my Biomehcanical Auto-Regulatory System, Or go with the traditional: intermuscular fascia, areolar, adipose, subcutaneous, hypodermis – so very many words for different areas within our singular ‘biome’ of… Read more

Acupuncture Meridians and the Anatomy Trains

Out on the road again this autumn, I have been asked by many people about the relationship between the acupuncture meridians and the ‘myofascial meridians’ of Anatomy Trains.     Let me begin by saying that I myself know almost nothing about acupuncture, the meridians, or Asian medicine in general. I built / discovered / mapped… Read more