We learned that the skin is made up of fascia in Part 1 of this blog series, and that with palpation like FasciaBlasting to the tissue we can increase stem cell proliferation in the dermis Part 2. In Part 3 we learned that the stem cells in the dermis can function together as a network to produce collagen, and truly prove skin regeneration. Stay with me here, it’s getting good! The results researchers found AT the SKIN could potentially be coming from BELOW the skin, or at least work in tandem. The research on stem cells reservoirs is AMAZING, but what if it’s not from pressure of the skin, but rather pressure or blasting of the fascia, OR BOTH? Skin is made of fascia, as we learned in the first blog, but right below the skin is… guess what? MORE FASCIA! You can see in the animated pic below that there is a layer of structural fascia at the base of the skin, just like what we see when we open a piece of fried chicken and see the silky membrane beneath the skin. (🥦 🥬 Sorry my vegan friends!) The fascia continues, not only in layers like icing on a cake, but penetrates through the muscles and other structures! Fascia is EVERYWHERE!
THE BRIDGE BETWEEN THEIR RESEARCH AND OURS...
By George, I Think We’ve Got It!
I find that the most exciting thing about the skin research on stem cell reservoirs is that it totally aligns with, and completely supports the research we have done on FasciaBlasting. What they saw at the surface ––skin regeneration–– is what we saw below the surface–– tissue regeneration. They go together like peas and carrots!
Just in case we need clarity here, “tissue” refers to the soft tissue structures. Soft tissue is defined as, “muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia, nerves, fibrous tissues, fat, blood vessels, and synovial membranes.” This is interesting to me because synovial membranes and fibrous tissues ARE fascia, and the remaining structures of soft tissue are penetrated and surrounded BY fascia. So, it’s pretty safe to say that when we refer to tissue, we are talking largely about the fascia. This will help you as you do your own research, whenever the term “tissue” pops up, you will be better apt for your own personal understanding of the medical jargon. What we saw, in the ultrasound images from our peer reviewed and published study was, drumroll please 🥁 TISSUE REGENERATION!* So piggybacking the skin research, we saw the same thing–– the tissue below the skin was showing signs of regeneration with FasciaBlasting. Tissue when it is “damaged” is thick, unorganized and mangled, which you can see in the “before” ultrasound. Then after 90 days of FasciaBlasting, you can see the tissue is realigned, rehydrated and REGENERATED.
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Click on the video to see the animation of fascia slowly becoming damaged, and how the FasciaBlaster brushes through the fascia, reorganizing it and setting off the chain reaction for regeneration.
FASCIABLASTING FOR SKIN, FASCIABLASTING FOR TISSUE
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Model Toni Garrn has been working with Black for three years. ” I love the immediate results,” Garrn says. “My legs got smoother and smaller right away. It’s like magic.”