Stephen Levin, MD
Stephen M. Levin, MD introduced and established the term “biotensegrity” as a science. Biotensegrity posits that Kenneth Snelson’s and Buckminster Fuller’s architectural concept of "floating compression" or "tensegrity" applies to living systems from sub-cellular to whole-organism scale levels, and explains how biological structures develop by responding advantageously to physical forces.
September 13th SUNDAY
Unraveling Biomechanical Paradoxes
Reconstruction of prior theory and the re-evaluation of prior fact.
September 11th FRIDAY
The Fuss Over Fascia
We always talked about fascia, it was just that no one was listening.