Interstitium, the “rediscovery” of the connective tissue system of the body

A new study by researchers from NYU School of Medicine pathologist reveals, what Rolferstm and Fascia Researchers already know, that there are layers of interconnected, fluid-filled compartments  below the skin’s surface, which line the digestive tract, lungs and urinary systems, and surrounding arteries, veins, and surround the muscle.

While this news has created a new excitement about fascia, many researchers were frustrated that there are already a lot of studies on the connective tissue system and discussed in length at the Fascia Research Congresses which were entirely ignored by the paper. The only good news is that the connective tissue system is now widely recognized.

We Have Much to Learn from Current Fascia Research

We Have Much to Learn from Current Fascia Research
Article by Leon Chaitow, ND, DO July, 2015

Fascia is fashionable. Over the past few years, you may have noticed the increase in conferences, congresses, symposia, workshops, online courses, books and articles that contain the word fascia in their title…

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