"The Role of Fascia in Movement and Function" by Christopher Daprato and Kenneth Leung, representing the UCSF Department of Physical Therapy. Footage is provided by the University of California Television (UCTV), recorded May 9, 2017, during an event titled: "Move Better, Feel Better: What Can Physical Therapy Do For You?"
There is a lot of good, useful information. However, the full recording is over 80-minutes long (1:21:34) including a Q&A portion, and is more easily digested in smaller chunks. As the video description points out, "Knowledge about health and medicine is constantly evolving. This information may become out of date."
- Objectives 0:01:59
- Fascial Layers 0:08:40 - 0:13:25
- Holistic Learning 0:13:25 - 0:14:49
- Connective Tissue Changes & Intervention 0:17:06 - 0:19:40
- Fascial Components 0:19:41 - 0:24:12
- Fascial Contributions 0:24:05
- Time & Stretching 0:29:30 - 0:32:54
- Tensegrity 0:32:54 - 0:34:29
- Trigger Points 0:34:30 - 0:39:20
- Myofascial Lines 0:39:31 - 0:56:14
- Postural Syndromes 0:50:00
- Myofascial Decompression 1:00:00
YouTube Clips (<60 seconds each):
- The Integumentary System & The Brain:
- Mechanical Connective Tissue Changes:
- Stretching is Good, But Doesn't Lengthen Tissues:
- What are Trigger Points?
- Lower-Crossed Syndrome:
- Myofascial Decompression Proof of Concept:
- Myofascial Decompression Proof of Concept, Pt. 2:
- The Site of Pain is Often Not the CAUSE of the Pain: