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The following is a list of interesting post course reading. To comply with copyright issues only references are supplied. Search on Google Scholar for these articles.
The Architecture of Life. 1998. A universal set of building rules seems to guide the design of organic structures–from simple carbon compounds to complex cells and tissues
by Donald E. Ingber. Scientific American January. There is a pdf version of this on google with some great descriptive graphics.
Schleip R. 2003 Fascial Plasticity – A New Neurobioloical Explaination Part 1
JBMT Jan 7(1),11-19
Schleip R. 2003 Fascial Plasticity – A New Neurobioloical Explaination Part 2
JBMT April 7(2),104-116
In Google Scholar you find the following
Wang N, Butler JP, Ingber DE 1993. Machanotransduction Across the Cell Surface and Through the Cytoskeleton. Science, N Series, Vol . 260, No. 5111, 1124-1127.
D’Angelo F, Tiribuzi R, Armentano I, Kenny JM, Martino S, Orlacchio A. 2011. Mechanotransduction: Tuning Stem Cells Fate. Jornal. Funct. Biomater. 2, 67-87; doi:10.3390/jfb2020067
Khan KM, Scott A. Mechanotherapy: how physical therapists’prescription of exercise promotes tissue repair. 2009. Br J Sports Med 2009;43:247–251.
Bove, G.M., Chapelle, S.L., Visceral mobilization can lyse and prevent peritoneal adhesions in a rat model, Journal of Bodywork & Movement Therapies 2011.