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A Proposal for Research and Development

      To identify and define the relationship(s) between connective tissue (fascia), the objective/subjective experience, and "body-memory" -- which relationship(s) will be connected, and thus revealed through the research as a much more 'tangible' consideration in medical diagnostics;
      To identify, define, then research and further develop related scanning devices and diagnostics hardware and software for discerning and illustrating these relationships;
      To identify and define all manner of changes (that these devices will read) in fascia (including around circulatory vessels, etc), including pathological changes occurring prior, during, and subsequent to the research;
      To identify and define the most suitable means for organizing and coordinating communications among the many highly interdependent sub-projects and, on a continuing basis as needed, determining each and all together their direction;
      To identify and define scientifically supported medical applications, including enhanced systems for developing body-awareness for preventative health maintenance application;
      To identify and define the integration of these systems for both small- and large-scale applications.
      Some corollary programs are suggested that would provide financial support as well as avenues for expanded research.

Theory Originated & Published: 1996 by Christopher Pringer
(at http://www.futurehealth.org/bpv1n3.htm)

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Fascia Memory Project Overview Chart

About where memory is stored, in general, just for the record:
No, I don't believe it's all stored in the body - but that is where we can find it - if we do the Fascia Memory Research Project. And if that sounds like a paraphrase of, or praise for, Ida Rolf, I'm ok with that either way. I believe the brain has the access terminals for what is stored in or outside of the body, but that *body-memory* is the most interesting as far as therapy and healing is concerned. As for the totality of ones memory, I like the theory as summarized in the 2nd article, p.73 Massage Therapy Journal, Fall 95: Equidistributional information mapping: An analogy to holograms and memory "...made explicit suggestion that memory is stored in the brain as interference patterns comparable to those used in holography." (ref: Julesz, B. and K.S. Pennington, Journal of the Optical Society of America 55:604) -Chris Pringer

KEYWORDS: fascia, connective tissue, body-memory, diagnostic hardware, scanning device, neural networks, bio-magnetic, neural field, chronic response, somatic-memory recall, Correlation, research, preventative health, corollary systems, fascia memory, neurotransmitter, proprioceptor, mind-body awareness integration, Soft tissue, pain, referral, emotional factor, diagnosis, psychoneuro-immunological, PNI, sensor system, myo-fascial, field arrays, myo/ct-fascial, assessment device, CAT/MRI equipment, fascia components, preventative maintenance strategy, technique, illustrating, medical application, somatic memory, tissue memory, muscle memory, somatic experience, somatic healing, somatic therapy

Via the links in the header, are charts with events or tasks related to such topics as regards:
Correlational System, Medical Diagnostics, Advanced Therapies, Rehabilitation Systems, Diagnostics Scanning, Integrated Systems Research, Correlational Systems, Mind-Body Preventative Health Maintence, Public Education Program, Social Corrections Rehabilitation, connective tissue, myo-fascia scanning, assessment device, myo-scanner, CT-Scanner, psycho-neuro-myofascial, correlations, assessment, r&d, bio-history, environmental stimulus, chronic, acute, preventative maintenance strategies, injury conditions, recovery, rehabilitation, pain referral phenomena, physical, emotional, mental, psycho-somatic, relationship, bio-magnetic, neural, field response, subjective somatic awareness, spinal fluid, rhythm, brain tissue, CAT, MRI, PET, Bio-Feedback, Developing, Myo-Fascia Scanning, Assessment Device, Myo-Scanner, CT-Scanner
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