Biotensegrity and Ultrasonography in Munich
November 30th, 2011
Biotensegrity, Ultrasonography and Prolotherapy in Munich
November 11-13, 2011
The B.I.G. meeeting, the third annual meeting of the Biotensegrity Interest Group, took place in Munich Germany November 11-13, 2011. The meeting is a “think tank” focused on the application of tensegrity concepts in biologic science. Steven Levin, MD, the world’s expert in biotensegrity, initiated the meeting.
I was honored to be invited to discuss my work in the use of ultrasonography and Prolotherapy in the context of tensegrity concepts. The group of 18 included osteopathic physicians, a mathematician, a physicist, a linguist, physical therapists, PhD’s and bodyworkers. My head is still pleasantly spinning with the concepts discussed. We built tensegrity models, learned a little Chinese, practiced fascial fitness exercises and discussed the inadequacy of lever biomechanics (a light topic, right?).