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Dr. James Stoxen DC, 9-Day Visit to China, Including a Lecture Circuit With Top Officials, Exhibit Touring, Celebrations, and Much More!

  My 9-Day Visit to China, Including a Lecture, Meetings With Top Chinese Officials, Exhibit Touring, The Canton Fair, and More! Day 1: Wednesday Evening October 17th  Arrival in Hong Kong Day 2:  Thursday October 18th, Fly from Hong Kong to Shanghai, China for the was the first day of the The 2012 Shanghai World Congress on Anti-Aging […]

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My 9-Day Visit to China, Including a Lecture, Meetings With Top Chinese Officials, Exhibit Touring, The Canton Fair, and More!

Dr. James Stoxen DC Visit to China 2012

Day 1: Wednesday Evening October 17th  Arrival in Hong Kong

Day 2:  Thursday October 18th, Fly from Hong Kong to Shanghai, China for the was the first day of the The 2012 Shanghai World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine and Regenerative Biomedical Technologies Expo, located at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center.

Dr. James Stoxen DC

After General Loeffke’s lecture, at 1:00pm,  Dr Stoxen gave his lecture “Walk and Run For Life! Through Lever Mechanisms or Spring Mechanisms?” I have posted my full lecture and powerpoint notes in English and Chinese see links below.

Lecture Video and Notes for Walk and Run For Life! Through Lever Mechanisms or Spring Mechanisms? (English), click here

Lecture Video and Notes for Walk and Run For Life! Through Lever Mechanisms or Spring Mechanisms? (Chinese) , click here

Dr Stoxen’s lecture was one of seven lectures selected to be broadcast live on China’s largest official web portal, People’s Daily Online , which is the top official website in china.

People’s Daily Online, founded on Jan. 1, 1997, is a large-scale information platform constructed by People’s Daily – one of the world’s top tennewspapers. It is also one of the largest comprehensive Internet media on the Internet. As a leading key news website in China, it upholds “authority and strength generated from people”. With “authority, popularity and credibility” as tenet, it takes the objectives “multi-language, all media forms, globalization and full coverage”, and “disseminating China’s news and covering world news” as its mission. On June 20, 2008, during his inspection tour of People’s Daily Online, President Hu Jintao noted “People’s Daily Online has played a unique role in advocating the Party’s belief, guiding public opinion and warmly serving citizens in the years since inception.”People’s Daily Online is also a teaching base for the Party School of the Communist Party of China’

Day 3: Friday, October 19th, 2012

The conference involved the newest and most current information respective to integrative medicine. This included topics related to anti-aging medicine, bio-marker lab testing, hormone therapy, nutrition, female health, Cancer therapy, TCM, Medical tourism, aristogenesis, CCRC real-estate, medical aesthetics and much more.

Dr. James Stoxen DC 2012 Shanghai World Congress On Anti-Aging Medicine And Regenerative Biomedical Technologies Expo

I was so impressed at the level of expertise of all of the presenters and guest speakers at the conference. This included but were not limited to Presidents of Medical Associations, Directors of International Anti-aging Departments from top international hospitals, top international doctors as well as other amazing professionals in their field.

 

Dr. James Stoxen DC and Prof. Robert Goldman, M.D, Ph.D, DO, FAASP

Dr. Robert Goldman M.D., Ph.D., D.O., FAASP  was the first keynote speaker and Lectured on “The International Advancement of Anti-aging Medicine.”

Dr. Goldman is a physician and surgeon and is recognized as a pioneer in the new world of anti-aging medicine. He was recently  honored to receive the Eisenhower Award for Fitness from the US Sports Academy, click here as well as being awarded the 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award in Medicine &Science.

Dr. Goldman is the co-founder along with Dr. Ronald Klatz M.D D.O, of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M) which claims over 26,000 members and includes worldwide conventions and medical education programs that award Board Certifications and Fellowship training in Anti-Aging Regenerative Medicine. For more information visit, (www.worldhealth.net).

Dr. James Stoxen DC with Dr. Robert M. Goldman MD, PhD, DO, FAASP

During the conference Dr. Goldman presented me with the finest honor of becoming Appointed to the Advisory Board for the American Board of Anti-Aging Health Practitioners and The American Board of Anti-Aging /Regenerative Medicine, click here.

In addition Dr. Goldman is a Fellow of the American Academy of Sports Physicians and a Board Diplomat in Sports Medicine and Board Certified in Anti-Aging Medicine. Dr. Goldman is also Chairman of the International Medical Commission overseeing sports medicine committees in over 184 nations. Dr. Goldman visits an average of 20 countries annually to promote sports medicine programs.

I am so grateful for Dr. Bob’s friendship and all of his years of support.

Dr. Stanislaw R. Burzynski, M.D and Dr. James Stoxen DC

Dr. Stanislaw R. Bursynski, MD, PhD, gave the second Keynote Speech which was entitled “The Clinical Achievement of Personalized/multi-targeted Gene Solution ( Phase 2 Clinical Trials of Antineoplaston in Pediatric Brain Tumors and Adult Brain Tumors)”

Dr. Burzynski, MD, PhD, an internationally recognized physician and scientist has devoted his whole life to cancer research.  Burzynski Clinic has been treating thousands of cancer patients from all over the world for over 40 years.

Dr. Burzynski is a pioneer in cancer research, known worldwide for discovering Antineoplastons, which act as molecular switches to turn off cancer cells without destroying normal cells.

For more information on Dr. Burzynski and the Burzynski Clinic, click here

Dr. James Stoxen DC and Major General Burn Loeffke Phd

General Loeffke’s lecture was entitled, “Radiation around Us: How to Live with It”

I was honored to stand side by side with my friend, a true hero, Major General Burn Loeffke BS, MA, Phd

During his distinguished career, General Bernard Loeffke commanded parachute units, Special Forces and combat infantry units. He culminated his military career as the Commanding General of Army South. In his military service, he accumulated more than 250 parachute jumps and was awarded the Purple Heart for wounds in combat as well as several Valor Awards. He also served as a Staff Officer in the White House, and was the Director of the Commission on The White House Fellows.

General “Burn” Loeffke and his children, Marc and Kristina, founded the not-for-profit initiative, Helping Others Today (HOT), a grassroots effort to foster meaningful relationships using medical and educational tools, and to strengthen and disseminate peace through personal relations. General Loeffke’s book, “The Least Beastly,” shares how the Helping Others Today vision began years ago.

HOT supports the Friendship Fund of the United States Military Academy at West Point, formed to foster friendships between the young leaders of China, the former Soviet Union and the United States of America.

Among its many other initiatives, HOT supports The Children Incorporated organization, an orphanage in Guatemala, AIDS clinic in Kenya, reconciliation camp in Ireland, free clinic in Haiti, day care center in Kosovo, aid for low income children in the Third World, a school in a refugee camp in Sudan, and many more programs for children and orphans the world over.

HOT’s heart, spirit and focuses are a natural match for The Great Global Friendship Run’s purposes of spreading hope and help for the orphans and other children of the world, while breaking down walls that divide one human heart from another to foster peace, friendship and understanding.

For more information on General Loeffke’s contributions to West Point Academy, the United States Army, and the world community, click here

 

Prof. Xuetao Pei M.DPhD, Dr. Dapeng Jin MD, Dr. Stephen Barrie, ND, Dr. Robert M. Goldman, MD, PhD, DO, FAASP, Dr. James Stoxen DC, Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski, MD, Dr. James Ho, M.D.

At the end of my module I was honored to be a part of The Expert Discussion Panel. (see above) We answered questions on  from the audience about anti-aging and progressive regenerative medicine.

The Expert Discussion Panel were chosen from a pool of Medical experts which included: Presidents of Medical Associations, Directors of International Anti-aging Departments as well as Doctors from top international hospitals and top World renowned doctors.

The Expert Discussion Panel Included:

Prof. Xuetao Pei, M.D. Ph.D, (China)

Director, Professor of Beijing Institute of Transfusion Medicine, AMMS Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine Center
Chief Scientist of National Stem Cell Research (PRC)
Board of Scientific Advisors, Asian-Pacific Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine
Board of Scientific Advisors/Asia-Oceania – The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M)

Dr. Jin Dapeng, M.D., (China)

President of the General Assembly
Dean of Beijing Chaoyang Hospital (AAA hospital)
Board of Scientific Advisors of WAAAM/A4M/APAAAM
Formal Secretary of Beijing Health Bureau
Chairman of Beijing medical association
Professor of Beijing University School of Public Health
Member of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference
Vice president of the Chinese Hospital Management Association

Dr. Stephen Barrie, ND (USA)

Chief Science Officer of Lawke Center for Functional Medicine
Founder and former CEO/ Chairman of Great Smokies Diagnostic Laboratory (now Genova Diagnostics)
Founded one of the first health Internet sites – HealthyLiving.com
NY Times best-selling author of several health books including “7 Day Detox Miracle” and “Energize Your Life”
Pioneered the concept of “home” and “direct to consumer” laboratory testing
Co-founder of iNutritionals, the country’s leading developer and provider of supplements and tools for brain health

Prof. Robert Goldman, M.D, Ph.D, DO, FAASP (USA)

Co-Founder & Chairman of the Board- The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M)
Chairman – International Medical Commission
Co-founder of the anti-aging medical disciplines
World Anti-Aging Medicine President American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine International Medical Chair
World Bodybuilding Federation International Medical Chairman.

Dr. James Stoxen DC (USA)

President, Team Doctors, Treatment and Training Center
Advisory Board for the The American Board of Anti-Aging /Regenerative Medicine (ABAARM)
Advisory Board for the American Board of Anti-Aging Health Practitioners (ABAAHP)
Global Advisory Board of  The International Sports Hall of Fame
Inducted in the Personal Trainers Hall of Fame
Inducted in the National Fitness Hall of Fame

Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski, MD Ph.D, (USA)

President, Burzynski Research Institute
Pioneer in cancer research, known worldwide for discovering Antineoplastons, which act as molecular switches to turn off cancer cells without destroying normal cells.
Owner, Burzynski Clinic, Houston, TX

Dr. James Ho, M.D Ph.D (China)

Special advisor of The Beijing Municipal Government.
Pioneer in introducing functional medicine to China
Lab Director and license holder of Genova Diagnostics

The Conference as well as the Discussion were broadcast live on China’s largest official web portal, People’s Daily Online , which is the top official website in china.

 

Shanghai Skyline during the Private Yangtze River Cruise

Later that evening we were taken on a chartered private yacht cruise along the Huangpu River, (the lower reaches of the famous Yangstze River) and saw the beautiful Bund City Lights  along the bund district of Shanghai, China.

Shanghai, China skyline during private Yangstze River Cruise

The Huangpu River is a branch of the lower reaches of the Yangtze River. It lies in Shanghai City, formerly known as Huangxiepu or Chunshen River. It takes its rise from the Tai Lake, runs eastwards through the Dianshan Lake in Qingpu County and then flows to Minhang District in Shanghai. At the Baidu Bridge in the center of Shanghai City, Huangpu River flows together with the Wusong River (i.e. Suzhou River) and finally flows into the East China Sea.

Day 4: Saturday October 20th, I went through the exhibit hall to see the latest anti-aging breakthroughs. Representives from Pharmaceutical Companies, BHRT Therapies, Medical Equipment, Weight loss and Nutrition, Skincare and Medical Spas as well as Hospitals and clinics were participants.

 

 

 

Dr. James Stoxen DC and Mr. Dehui David Mei

I also met with Mr. Dehui David Mei, Vice President of The Fortune Character Institute. Mr. Mei Spoke at the conference about The Health Report of the Chinese High-profile.

China has an urgent need for an improving healthcare; one that will be able to treat the high prevalence of “modern” lifestyle diseases and common diseases of the elderly. The amount of high net worth and emerging wealthy individuals in China, with over 275,000 millionaires in Beijing and Shanghai alone, shows that there are a vast number of people with the meanings to pay for the highest quality healthcare services.(Source: Merrill Lynch Global Wealth Management).

We discussed how we could work together and how I could help treat the people of China.

I attended many of the lectures to increase my knowledge and understanding of;

  • Global Integration of Medical Resources
  • The Advanced Technology in Cancer Treatment and Immunology as well as
  • The Anti-Aging Medicine Therapeutics, Advanced Diagnostics, Functional and Regenerative Medicine

Dr. James Ho, M.D Ph.D lectures at the 2012 Shanghai World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine

Some of the topics included:

The Effectiveness of Using the Gene/Molecule Data and the Research of Telomere Length to Select the Most Effective Healthy Aging Protocol for Patients, by Dr. Steven Berry, M.D.

 

 

Balanced Hormones and Cardiovascular Health- The Love Connection, by Dr. Sanjay Kapur, M.D, PhD, MBA,  Scientific Director at ZRT Laboratory in Beaverton, Oregon.

 

 

Bio-engineered myostatin-blocking peptides with self-regulating property for muscle building and slimming, by Dr. Mikhail Teppone MD. Dr. Mihail is a leading global expert on the pioneering integration of electromagnetic-based treatment modalities with cellular therapy and well-versed in Chinese Medicine and its practical application in addressing chronic diseases.

 

Regenerative and Molecular Orthopedics by, Dr. Joseph Purita M.D. Dr. Purita is an instructor and proctor of surgeons in the use of lasers in arthroscopic and orthopedic surgery. He is a World Renowned Stem Cell Therapist In the US and are one of a few centers performing stem cell harvesting and isolation of adipose mesenchymal stem cells. Dr. Purita is the Director of The Institute of Regenerative and Molelcular Orthopedics.

 

 

Day 5, Sunday October 21 I flew to Hong Kong then on to a 2 hour train ride to Ganzhou with my assistant.

Day 6, Monday October 22 We toured many factories in Ganzhou and the surrounding areas and met with factory representatives regarding a new therapy device I am manufacturing which is coming out soon.

More Details To Come Soon!!!!!

Day 7, Tuesday October 23 I went with my assistant to the Canton Fair. click here for the Canton fair website

China’s largest trade fair with a complete product range of Chinese Commodities. It is divided into three phases, with the first phase focusing on Machinery, Electrical and Electronic products, the second phase focusing on Home and Decoration, while the third phase focusing on textiles, garments and fashion accessories.

Canton Fair 2012, Guangzhou, China

China Import and Export Fair, also known as the Canton Fair, is held biannually in Guangzhou every spring and autumn, with a history of 55 years since 1957. The Fair is a comprehensive one with the longest history, the highest level, the largest scale, the most complete exhibit variety, the broadest distribution of overseas buyers and the greatest business turnover in China.
48 Trading Delegations, composed of more than 24,000 China’s best foreign trade corporations (enterprises) with good credibility and sound financial capabilities, take part in the Fair, including foreign trade companies, manufacturers, scientific research institutes, foreign invested enterprises, wholly foreign-owned enterprises, private enterprises, etc.
Canton Fair is a platform for import and export mainly, with various and flexible patterns of trade. Beside traditional way of negotiating against samples, the Fair holds Canton Fair Online. Various types of business activities such as economic and technical cooperations and exchanges, commodity inspection, insurance, transportation, advertising, consultation, etc, are also carried out in flexible ways. Business people from all over the world are gathering in Guangzhou, exchanging business information and developing friendship.

Day 8 Wednesday October 24th, Morning I flew to Hong Kong where I stayed at the Royal Park Hotel. Check out the view of the city below.

Night view of Hong Kong from the 16th floor of the Royal Park hotel

Day 9 Thursday, October 25th after a 15.5 hour flight I arrive back in Chicago IL USA where my trip to China comes to an end.

Dr. James Stoxen DC

Another exciting adventure has come to a close. The only thing I will not miss is the squat toilets (or trenches) and the mystery meats with lots of bones

I hope you enjoyed reading about my 9-day visit to china.

Dr. James Stoxen DC Appointed to The Expert Discussion Panel at The 2012 Shanghai World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine

  Dr. James Stoxen DC  was honored to be a part of The Expert Discussion Panel at the The 2012 Shanghai World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine and Regenerative Biomedical Technologies Expo (A4MC) on October 19,2012. Located at The Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center. The Expert Discussion Panel were chosen from a pool of Medical experts which […]

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Dr. James Stoxen DC  was honored to be a part of The Expert Discussion Panel at the The 2012 Shanghai World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine and Regenerative Biomedical Technologies Expo (A4MC) on October 19,2012. Located at The Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center.

Prof. Xuetao Pei M.DPhD, Dr. Dapeng Jin MD,  Dr. Stephen Barrie, ND, Dr. Robert M. Goldman, MD, PhD, DO, FAASP, Dr. James Stoxen DC, Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski, MD, Dr. James Ho, M.D.

The Expert Discussion Panel were chosen from a pool of Medical experts which included: Presidents of Medical Associations, Directors of International Anti-aging Departments as well as Doctors from top international hospitals and top World renowned doctors. The forum answered questions from the audience about anti-aging and progressive regenerative medicine.

The Expert Discussion Panel Included:

Prof. Xuetao Pei, M.D. Ph.D, (China)

Director, Professor of Beijing Institute of Transfusion Medicine, AMMS Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine Center
Chief Scientist of National Stem Cell Research (PRC)
Board of Scientific Advisors, Asian-Pacific Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine
Board of Scientific Advisors/Asia-Oceania – The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M)

Dr. Jin Dapeng, M.D., (China)

President of the General Assembly
Dean of Beijing Chaoyang Hospital (AAA hospital)
Board of Scientific Advisors of WAAAM/A4M/APAAAM
Formal Secretary of Beijing Health Bureau
Chairman of Beijing medical association
Professor of Beijing University School of Public Health
Member of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference
Vice president of the Chinese Hospital Management Association

Dr. Stephen Barrie, ND (USA)

Chief Science Officer of Lawke Center for Functional Medicine
Founder and former CEO/ Chairman of Great Smokies Diagnostic Laboratory (now Genova Diagnostics)
Founded one of the first health Internet sites – HealthyLiving.com
NY Times best-selling author of several health books including “7 Day Detox Miracle” and “Energize Your Life”
Pioneered the concept of “home” and “direct to consumer” laboratory testing
Co-founder of iNutritionals, the country’s leading developer and provider of supplements and tools for brain health

Prof. Robert Goldman, M.D, Ph.D, DO, FAASP (USA)

Co-Founder & Chairman of the Board- The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M)
Chairman – International Medical Commission
Co-founder of the anti-aging medical disciplines
World Anti-Aging Medicine President American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine International Medical Chair
World Bodybuilding Federation International Medical Chairman.

Dr. James Stoxen DC (USA)

President, Team Doctors, Treatment and Training Center
Advisory Board for the The American Board of Anti-Aging /Regenerative Medicine (ABAARM)
Advisory Board for the American Board of Anti-Aging Health Practitioners (ABAAHP)
Global Advisory Board of  The International Sports Hall of Fame
Inducted in the Personal Trainers Hall of Fame
Inducted in the National Fitness Hall of Fame

Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski, MD Ph.D, (USA)

President, Burzynski Research Institute
Pioneer in cancer research, known worldwide for discovering Antineoplastons, which act as molecular switches to turn off cancer cells without destroying normal cells.
Owner, Burzynski Clinic, Houston, TX

Dr. James Ho, M.D Ph.D (China)

Special advisor of The Beijing Municipal Government.
Pioneer in introducing functional medicine to China
Lab Director and license holder of Genova Diagnostics

The Conference as well as the Discussion were broadcast live on China’s largest official web portal, People’s Daily Online , which is the top official website in china.

People’s Daily Online, founded on Jan. 1, 1997, is a large-scale information platform constructed by People’s Daily – one of the world’s top tennewspapers. It is also one of the largest comprehensive Internet media on the Internet. As a leading key news website in China, it upholds “authority and strength generated from people”. With “authority, popularity and credibility” as tenet, it takes the objectives “multi-language, all media forms, globalization and full coverage”, and “disseminating China’s news and covering world news” as its mission. On June 20, 2008, during his inspection tour of People’s Daily Online, President Hu Jintao noted “People’s Daily Online has played a unique role in advocating the Party’s belief, guiding public opinion and warmly serving citizens in the years since inception.”People’s Daily Online is also a teaching base for the Party School of the Communist Party of China’

Dr. James Stoxen DC and Dr. Robert Goldman M.D, Ph.D, DO, FAASP

A special thank you to Dr. Robert Goldman, Co-Founder & Chairman of the Board of The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M) for all of his support.

A special thanks to Stephanie Kuo, the Chairman of the World Anti-Aging Academy of Medicine/  WAAAM/A4MCHINA as well as the Deputy Chairman and General-Secretary of APAAAM/CAAAM and Director of the International Division of China Health Promotional Foundation

 

 

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“用生命走和跑!”的演讲视频和笔记。通过杠杆机制还是弹簧机制?(中文)在2012年上海抗衰老药物国际会议上呈现。

  人体弹簧系统可保护人体免受冲击伤害。如果该弹簧系统发生僵化,身体组织所要承受的冲击力会大大增加,从而发生炎症与严重损伤。此类情况若发生在膝盖部位,我们即称之为髌骨软化 膝盖疼痛或软骨撕裂,若发生在足骨或胫骨,则称之为应力性骨折。我在临床实验中发现,多数因跑步受伤,罹患足底筋膜炎、胫纤维炎、足跟痛、“跑步膝”、髋痛、髂胫束综合症与椎间盘脱出等病症的人,其弹簧系统都无法有效吸收外界冲击力。   CLICK HERE TO SEE THE LECTURE ON THE ORIGINAL SITE. _________________________________________________________________________________________ [介绍] 下一位演讲者,他会给我们介绍一个新的医疗的方式,接下来的演讲对咱们中医学和抗衰老医学,和其他我们今天讲了很多,这个医学叫做运动医学,我20年前到美国之后发现美国这门学科跟中医很多是相象的,今天要把抗衰老医学来统一整合很多不同的医学,抗衰老医学就像是一个大熔炉一样,我们要一起做很多事情,这门学科是我在美国看到不同的学派里面,学科里面,在美国经常创造性的提出很多非常特殊的治疗方法,接下来的演讲者就是创造了一个非常有意思的方法,给我们带来的讲座是:科学地走与跑:杠杆原理还是弹簧原理?运动医学:体内炎症的治疗。 人体弹簧模型及治疗方法总结…. 在医学院里,教科书和科研论文都将人体分解开来详细分析,然而通过现代医疗体系我们并不能将这些数据汇总而做出合理的总体分析。 医生和科学家都将人体杠杆机制为基础,来检查、治疗和维护人体。 我感到在当今医学界及保健业中采用的杠杆系统并不完全。我感到人们忽略了某种十分重要的机制。确实存在太多医学无法有效解释的疑团困扰着医生们和科学家们,与此同时病人对于慢性疼痛更是无能为力。 比如… 为什么即有人采用抗阻训练来加强杠杆系统的强度,又有人用肌肉增强训练加强弹簧机制,然而医生们只把人体当作杠杆系统来治疗?人体不是当作弹簧系统来分析更好吗? 为什么医生们认为撞击损害身体,而运动员又会练习高强度撞击跳跃来提升敏捷性、速度及抗伤害能力呢? 30多年前,我开始着力寻找这些让医生苦恼而让病人痛苦的难题的答案。我感到这些答案能够告诉我们怎样发挥人体的潜能。我避开作为一名医生的普通思路,从不同的逻辑角度来看待人体:从机械工程师的角度,从解剖学家的视角,以及从医生的专业角度来多方面分析人体机构。在此基础上我又总结了多年来采访、治疗及训练世界各地上百名参与各个项目的精英运动员所获得的经验。我发现的答案令我和世界各地的许多医生都感到非常兴奋,而我很高兴来与您分享我的研究成果! 我发现的是.. 人体活动时不仅仅是一个杠杆系统,而且还是一个弹簧系统。 人体弹簧模型及治疗手段 您的每一个动作动力都来源于一个奇妙的弹簧系统。如果您能明白其运作原理,了解该机制的重要功能,认识到弹簧可能会如何退化并锁定,如何影响您的健康,那么您就会恍然大悟,为什么那么多病人被误诊而痛苦不堪。 在我为您讲解完怎样去释放、强化、再加载您的人体弹簧之后,您会明白为什么其他的治疗都毫无作用的同时,我的病人全都能康复。理解了人体弹簧,您就能理解为什么有些运动员能够跳高跨越跳杆7尺之多,或是连续跑步50英里,而很多人走路、跑步、举重物时,甚至坐在椅子上站起来时都会感到疼痛。您身体的活动效率与您人体弹簧机制的强度息息相关。 如果这个理论是正确的,那么医学界就必须要纠正现有的检查和治疗手段,加入有效地应对人体弹簧系统的治疗元素。我在本演讲中总结了人体弹簧理论及治疗方法。 对人体工程机构的彻底误解 不幸的时,医学界并没有将人体当作一个活弹簧来对待,而因此对人体如何在由物理定律和物理常识掌控的世界中运动、保护自己及循环能量是一无所知。当今的医疗手段背离自然、并且无视物理定律和工程学分析。 在人体弹簧模型中,人体是一个弹簧系统(而非杠杆系统),并作为弹簧机制而保护身体经受撞击,并高效回收利用能量。 如果人体弹簧一旦锁住,撞击将被身体各组织吸收,导致慢性炎症以及严重伤害。如果在膝盖处发生炎症则会导致软骨磨损或老化,之后导致病人接受人工膝关节置换手术。如果是胫骨则为外胫夹。 在足部发生则可能引起足底筋膜炎、足跟骨刺、跖受压性骨折或是简单乘坐脚疼。 我的临床经验告诉我,很多人跑步受伤,如足底筋膜炎、外胫夹、跟痛症、膝盖痛、髋痛、骼胫带综合症以及椎间盘突出,这些都是走路、跑步或运动中人体弹簧机制无法有效吸收碰撞而造成的。 为什么人体弹簧机制及治疗手段是抗衰老医生的首选 脊骨神经专家 詹姆斯·斯塔克森医生 ________________________________________________________________________________________ 从卧床到赤足运动 重焕您的青春 赤足——无支撑物 穿鞋——4个支撑物 运动控制——4个支撑物 器械矫正术——6个支撑物 矫正鞋与矫正术——足部束缚 手杖——7个支撑物 四脚步行器——10个支撑物 轮椅——四轮——反相适应 卧床——床——反相适应 _______________________________________________________________________________ Injuries Can Happen […]

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人体弹簧系统可保护人体免受冲击伤害。如果该弹簧系统发生僵化,身体组织所要承受的冲击力会大大增加,从而发生炎症与严重损伤。此类情况若发生在膝盖部位,我们即称之为髌骨软化 膝盖疼痛或软骨撕裂,若发生在足骨或胫骨,则称之为应力性骨折。我在临床实验中发现,多数因跑步受伤,罹患足底筋膜炎、胫纤维炎、足跟痛、“跑步膝”、髋痛、髂胫束综合症与椎间盘脱出等病症的人,其弹簧系统都无法有效吸收外界冲击力。

 

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE LECTURE ON THE ORIGINAL SITE.

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[介绍] 下一位演讲者,他会给我们介绍一个新的医疗的方式,接下来的演讲对咱们中医学和抗衰老医学,和其他我们今天讲了很多,这个医学叫做运动医学,我20年前到美国之后发现美国这门学科跟中医很多是相象的,今天要把抗衰老医学来统一整合很多不同的医学,抗衰老医学就像是一个大熔炉一样,我们要一起做很多事情,这门学科是我在美国看到不同的学派里面,学科里面,在美国经常创造性的提出很多非常特殊的治疗方法,接下来的演讲者就是创造了一个非常有意思的方法,给我们带来的讲座是:科学地走与跑:杠杆原理还是弹簧原理?运动医学:体内炎症的治疗。

人体弹簧模型及治疗方法总结….

在医学院里,教科书和科研论文都将人体分解开来详细分析,然而通过现代医疗体系我们并不能将这些数据汇总而做出合理的总体分析。

医生和科学家都将人体杠杆机制为基础,来检查、治疗和维护人体。

我感到在当今医学界及保健业中采用的杠杆系统并不完全。我感到人们忽略了某种十分重要的机制。确实存在太多医学无法有效解释的疑团困扰着医生们和科学家们,与此同时病人对于慢性疼痛更是无能为力。

比如…

为什么即有人采用抗阻训练来加强杠杆系统的强度,又有人用肌肉增强训练加强弹簧机制,然而医生们只把人体当作杠杆系统来治疗?人体不是当作弹簧系统来分析更好吗?

为什么医生们认为撞击损害身体,而运动员又会练习高强度撞击跳跃来提升敏捷性、速度及抗伤害能力呢?

30多年前,我开始着力寻找这些让医生苦恼而让病人痛苦的难题的答案。我感到这些答案能够告诉我们怎样发挥人体的潜能。我避开作为一名医生的普通思路,从不同的逻辑角度来看待人体:从机械工程师的角度,从解剖学家的视角,以及从医生的专业角度来多方面分析人体机构。在此基础上我又总结了多年来采访、治疗及训练世界各地上百名参与各个项目的精英运动员所获得的经验。我发现的答案令我和世界各地的许多医生都感到非常兴奋,而我很高兴来与您分享我的研究成果!

我发现的是..

人体活动时不仅仅是一个杠杆系统,而且还是一个弹簧系统。

人体弹簧模型及治疗手段

您的每一个动作动力都来源于一个奇妙的弹簧系统。如果您能明白其运作原理,了解该机制的重要功能,认识到弹簧可能会如何退化并锁定,如何影响您的健康,那么您就会恍然大悟,为什么那么多病人被误诊而痛苦不堪。

在我为您讲解完怎样去释放、强化、再加载您的人体弹簧之后,您会明白为什么其他的治疗都毫无作用的同时,我的病人全都能康复。理解了人体弹簧,您就能理解为什么有些运动员能够跳高跨越跳杆7尺之多,或是连续跑步50英里,而很多人走路、跑步、举重物时,甚至坐在椅子上站起来时都会感到疼痛。您身体的活动效率与您人体弹簧机制的强度息息相关。

如果这个理论是正确的,那么医学界就必须要纠正现有的检查和治疗手段,加入有效地应对人体弹簧系统的治疗元素。我在本演讲中总结了人体弹簧理论及治疗方法。

对人体工程机构的彻底误解

不幸的时,医学界并没有将人体当作一个活弹簧来对待,而因此对人体如何在由物理定律和物理常识掌控的世界中运动、保护自己及循环能量是一无所知。当今的医疗手段背离自然、并且无视物理定律和工程学分析。

在人体弹簧模型中,人体是一个弹簧系统(而非杠杆系统),并作为弹簧机制而保护身体经受撞击,并高效回收利用能量。

如果人体弹簧一旦锁住,撞击将被身体各组织吸收,导致慢性炎症以及严重伤害。如果在膝盖处发生炎症则会导致软骨磨损或老化,之后导致病人接受人工膝关节置换手术。如果是胫骨则为外胫夹。

在足部发生则可能引起足底筋膜炎、足跟骨刺、跖受压性骨折或是简单乘坐脚疼。

我的临床经验告诉我,很多人跑步受伤,如足底筋膜炎、外胫夹、跟痛症、膝盖痛、髋痛、骼胫带综合症以及椎间盘突出,这些都是走路、跑步或运动中人体弹簧机制无法有效吸收碰撞而造成的。

为什么人体弹簧机制及治疗手段是抗衰老医生的首选

脊骨神经专家 詹姆斯·斯塔克森医生

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从卧床到赤足运动

重焕您的青春

赤足——无支撑物
穿鞋——4个支撑物
运动控制——4个支撑物
器械矫正术——6个支撑物
矫正鞋与矫正术——足部束缚
手杖——7个支撑物
四脚步行器——10个支撑物
轮椅——四轮——反相适应
卧床——床——反相适应

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Injuries Can Happen When Running
跑步时可能会受伤

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左拉·巴德(Zola Budd) 赤足跑步者

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Kinesthetic learning via Kinesthetic Senses
通过运动感觉进行体验学习(Kinesthetic learning)

  • 切运动的强度、效率与安全性都是由神经肌肉因素决定的;运动感觉与基本本体感受机制尤为重要:通过它们,我们可以了解自己肌肉骨骼系统各个组成部分在运动中所处的位置及其时空关系。
  • 通过整合信息,我们即可完成既定动作,并使其姿势、速度、加速度与时间控制的准确性达到最高。
  • 提高本体感受效率的方法之一,即减少或完全阻断其他感觉系统的信息输入
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Creep (a word used in physics)
蠕变(物理学术语)

  • 随着加荷速率的增加,胶原组织的强度与刚度都会显著提高。
  • 我们强调应当合理利用高加速度训练方法。
  • 项研究表明,膝盖韧带负荷极限可提高约50%,此时投票率增加4倍(Kennedy等,1976)。

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赤足跑与穿鞋跑的生物力学及生理学比较(以熟练赤足跑步者为实验对象)

  • 研究者利用跑台测力仪对8名受试者进行了分析。
  • 与正常穿鞋跑步相比,运动员在赤足跑时,踝关节跖屈度更大。
  • 赤足跑可减少冲击力与步伐方面的改变。

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Can Barefoot Activity Alleviate Knee Pain and Arthritis?
赤足运动是否能够缓解膝盖疼痛与关节炎?

  • 研究员就我们穿鞋与赤脚运动时的膝关节内收力矩(EKAM)分别做了测量。EKAM反映了膝盖关节负荷从内侧到外侧的分布情况。
  • EKAM值越高,膝关节退化(罹患膝关节炎)就越快、越严重。
  • 研究员发现,与赤足走路和跑步相比,穿运动鞋和跑鞋活动时,EKAM值会有所上升。

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Foot Strike Patterns And Collision Forces In Habitually Barefoot Versus Shod Runners
赤足活动与穿鞋运动在步态与碰撞力方面的比较

  • 习惯赤足跑步的人通常以前脚掌触地。
  • 习惯穿鞋跑步的人因为有现代跑鞋的气垫鞋跟做支持,大多数情况下都是以脚跟触地。
  • 运动学与动力学分析表明,即使在坚硬地面上运动,赤足跑者迈步所产生的碰撞力也比穿鞋跑步的人小——前者以前脚掌触地,而后者是以脚跟触地。
  • 之所以会有上述差距,主要是因为赤脚触地时,足弓可更为充分地发挥作用,而且踝关节的协调性也比较好,能够减少人体与地面碰撞时的有效质量。

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Effects Of Footwear And Strike Type On Running Economy
跑鞋与步态对“跑步经济性”(Running Economy)的影响

  • 在穿着最为简单的跑鞋运动时,若人以前脚掌触地,此时跑步者的跑步经济性可提高2.41%。
  • 在穿着最为简单的跑鞋运动时,若人以脚跟触地,此时跑步者的跑步经济性可提高3.32%.
  • 研究员没有测量穿鞋跑时的足弓张力,但在赤足情况下,前脚掌触地所产生的足弓张力比脚跟触地要大得多。
  • 赤足跑、以前脚掌触地时的跖屈肌输出力要比穿鞋跑、以脚跟触地时的大得多。
  • 与穿鞋跑相比,赤足跑时的跟腱——小腿三头肌张力与膝盖弯曲度也要小得多。
  • 如果不考虑步态,且能控制跑鞋质量与步频,穿简单跑鞋跑步的经济性要比穿传统跑鞋运动高。究其原因,可能是因为在前一情况下,下肢可储存与释放更多弹性能量。

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The Effect of Running Shoes on Lower Extremity Joint Torques
跑鞋对下肢关节力矩的影响

  • 研究者让68名受试者先是赤脚、然后穿上同类稳定跑鞋跑步。
  • 在跑台测力仪上,研究者分别收集了两种情况下的三维运动资料以及与之同步的地面反作用力数据。
  • 我们发现,与赤脚跑步相比,受试者在穿鞋跑步时,其臀、膝与踝关节的力矩有所提高。
  • 臀内旋力矩提高了54%。
  • 膝弯曲力矩提高了36%。
  • 膝内翻力矩提高了38%。

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The Normal Orientation Of The Human Hallux And The Effect Of Footwear
人类大脚拇指正常形态以及跑鞋对其的影响

  •  研究者通过测量38张射线照片中的脚趾角度来确定每名受试者大脚拇指的形态。
  • 符合解剖学设计的跑鞋对大脚拇指有矫正作用,前提是外展拇指肌能够充分活动。

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Shod Versus Unshod: The Emergence Of Forefoot Pathology In Modern Humans?
穿鞋与赤脚:现代人急需前脚病理学?

  • 研究者就现代穿鞋运动者与赤脚运动者发生跖骨病状的频率分别做了调查。
  • 为研究其病理变化,调查者观察了四类人的跖骨情况,其中三类是乡村与城市中的穿鞋人群(梭托人、祖鲁人与欧洲人),一类是农耕时代之前出现的全新世人(Holocene people),后者赤脚生活。
  • 研究结果表明,三类穿鞋人群的跖骨病理损伤要比赤脚人群严重。
  • 有假说认为,穿鞋以及与现代基质材料接触会对跖骨的病理变化产生影响,上述研究结果也许可以证明该假说。

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Shock Attenuation During Barefoot Running
赤脚跑时的减震情况

  • 研究者在8名受试者右胫骨末端内侧与头前面安置了压电单轴加速度计,以测量其运动时的减震情况。
  • 研究者发现,赤脚跑的动力学及运动学要素与穿鞋跑有所不同。
  • 尽管赤脚跑时腿部受到的冲击力较大,但身体完全能够在冲击力传到头部之前将其减弱。
  • 尚需进一步研究。

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Mechanical Comparison of Barefoot and Shod Running
赤足跑与穿鞋跑的力学比较

  • 让35名受试者在跑台测力仪上以3.33 m x s(-1)的速度跑动4分钟,共跑两次。
  • 与穿鞋跑相比,赤足跑步时的触地与腾空时间较短、负峰值较低、制动与推进冲量较高、小腿三头肌的预先激活程度较高。
  • 总之,赤足跑到一定步数时,为减轻重复迈步时产生的高机械应力,冲击力峰值会有所降低。

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Plantar Pressure Measurements During Barefoot And Shod Running – Relationships To Lower Limb Kinematics
赤足跑与穿鞋跑时的足底压力测量结果——及其与下肢运动的关系

  • 7名受试者
  • 触地后内旋提高的平均速度与相应的“足跟平衡”速度相关。
  • 用高速压力垫测量法对赤脚跑与穿鞋跑(鞋——地互动情况)加以测量,可以预测胫骨内旋速度。
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Walking Barefoot Decreases Loading on the Lower Extremity Joints in Knee Osteoarthritis
赤脚走路可降低下肢关节负荷,对舒缓关节炎有益

  • 研究者让75名患有膝关节炎的受试者穿着平日穿的鞋子走步,并对其进行了步态分析。
  • 在其步行时,研究者在多部件测力板上对外部标记进行了光电子探测,并且使其与步行速度相符。
  • 赤脚走步时,臀与膝关节最高负荷会大大降低;膝内翻力矩降低了11.9%。
  • 鞋子可能会增加下肢关节负担,对健康不利。
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Fatigue Of The Plantar Intrinsic Foot Muscles Increases Navicular Drop
足底肌肉疲劳会加重舟状骨下降

  • 21名健康成年人
  • 对其外展拇指肌做表面肌电图
  • 人静止不动时,足部肌肉对支撑足内侧纵弓起重要作用。如果此处肌肉因疲劳而无法正常发挥作用,足内转情况则会加重(表现为舟状骨下降)。

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A Case for Bare Feet
赤足案例

  • 罹患扁平足的6岁儿童平日多穿鞋运动,由此表明,足弓发育的关键时期在6岁之前。
  • 此外,只有在光脚时,足部才能得到最佳的发育条件。因此应当鼓励儿童多进行赤脚运动。

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Barefoot To Bedridden
从赤脚运动到卧床

赤足——无支撑物
穿鞋——4个支撑物
运动控制——4个支撑物
器械矫正术——6个支撑物
矫正鞋与矫正术——足部束缚
手杖——7个支撑物
四脚步行器——10个支撑物
轮椅——四轮——反相适应
卧床——床——反相适应

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What is Human Spring

什么是“人体弹簧”(Human Spring)?

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Bob Beamon

鲍勃·比蒙(Bob Beamon

跳远世界纪录创造者

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Human Spring Model

Human Spring Model

人体弹簧模式

  1. 人体弹簧可储存机械势能,因此是一种效率机制。
  2. 人体弹簧可吸收触地冲力,因此是一种保护机制。
  3. 人体弹簧可根据地形调整身体机制,使人在凹凸地面上运动时也能“脚踏实地”
  4. 人体弹簧与生物力学相统一,因此对无压力/张力运动十分重要。
  5. “弹簧”弹力不足将导致身体疲劳、无法自愈、增加发生急性伤害的危险并加速身体系统的老化。

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Elastic or Spring Energy

弹性/弹簧能量

  • 跑步时,身体的每一次弹跳都是通过肌腱单位在触地时伸展、在跃起前收缩来实现的。
  • 肌腱单位的长度变化大多是由筋腱来维持的,已有证据表明,肌肉会根据此种变化进行等长收缩。
  • 研究者已发现,跑步时的肌肉运动与筋腱的拉伸紧密相关——筋腱通过伸缩来为下一轮运动储存能量。
  • 等长收缩要比动态收缩经济得多。

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Eccentric vs Concentric Training

 离心训练与向心训练

  • 离心收缩是指肌肉因服从外加符合而产生的活动,肌复合体会因此而拉长。与向心收缩相比,离心收缩不仅在新陈代谢方面效率更高,而且可以产生更高的动能。(Kaneko,1984)(Komi,1973)(Rodgers Berger ,1974)
  • 除此之外,有研究发现,向心收缩与离心收缩由肌肉的收缩速度决定(Komi,1973)。
  • 肌肉收缩速度增加时,最大离心力也会增加,而即使特定肌肉群的肌电图样相当稳定,最大向心力也会减少。

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What Surfaces are Best For Barefoot Running?

哪种地面最适合赤足跑?

  • 在最为坚硬的地面上跑步,正常的跃动模式一般是这样的:腿部先收缩,后拉伸。
  •  而在最为柔软的地面上跑步,该模式却正好相反:腿部先是伸展(最长为8 cm),随后以同样长度缩回。
  • 因此在此过程中,人体质量中心的下移距离会比地面下陷深度少5到7厘米;而在硬地上跑步,该下移距离与地面下陷深度基本相同。
  • 这种独特的腿部活动中,关节先伸展,后弯曲,因此可能会减少伸展肌的预拉伸程度。该假设也得到了证实:人在最为柔软的地面上跳跃时,尽管关节力矩与腿部运动量与在硬地上跳跃相似,但肌肉动员能力会增加50%。
  • 因此,我们可以改变腿部运动的外部环境,即选择在软地上训练。这样既可以维持质量中心的正常动态,又能减少伸展肌的伸缩循环,从而提升肌肉动员能力。

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Human Spring

人体弹簧

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Force Of Impact/Energy Stored And Released

Spring Mechanics – Hookes Law

弹簧的机制——虎克定律(Hookes Law      

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Running Injuries

跑步损伤

最重要的是,弹簧悬置系统可以应对触地时产生的冲击力。

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What To Consider When Evaluating Injuries

进行损伤评估时,应当考虑哪些因素?

  • 提升力量与耐力是耐力训练的固有特性与基本原则。力量耐力训练的成果主要由以下因素决定:
  • 负荷大小
  • 两次训练之间的休息时间
  • 每次训练时长
  • 运动员自身的力量与耐力素质
  • 运动的人体运动学结构
  • 静态及动态力量耐力训练的相对比例

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Elastic Deformity

弹性变形

  •  此种变形为可逆性变形。一旦不再受到外力影响,物体即会恢复原状。
  •  弹簧具有以下能力:变形、储存能量、恢复原状、释放能量。
  • 弹簧具有以下能力:变形、储存能量、恢复原状、释放能量。
  • 这是老化背后的关键法则。

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Plastic Deformity

塑性变形

  • 在物理学与材料科学中,“可塑性”是指材料在受力后发生不可逆形状变化的特性。
  • 人体弹簧会变形并储存能量;若变形后不能完全恢复原状,释放的能量会变少。
  • 如果弹簧变形后不能完全恢复原状,那么它释放的能量会变少。

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Yield

Elastic Deformity vs Plastic Deformity

弹性变形 vs.塑性变形

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Yield Strength

屈服强度

  • 超出弹性极限之后即会发生永久变形。
  • 导致永久变形发生的最低压力值是可以测量的。

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Compressive Forces

 

压缩力

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Preventive or Anti-aging Medicine Is not working in Orthopedic Medicine with the current Model and Approach

骨科医学中,该模式与锻炼法并不使用预防衰老或抗衰老药物

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Train the Landings Vs Take Offs

触地训练 vs. 跃起训练

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Spring Suspension System

弹簧悬置系统

  • 有研究发现,中心极限训练可大大提高离心力量与耐力,但对向心力量与耐力产生的影响微乎其微(Frided ,1983)。
  • 进行中心收缩(centric contraction)时肌复合体会被拉长,因此处于伸展状态的SEC弹性结构承受的负担要比进行向心收缩时大,发生损伤的风险也有所增加。所以肌肉劳损多发生在运动的离心阶段,这也是不足为奇的。

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Gait Analysis

步态分析

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Compensating Motion

补偿运动

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Understanding the Dynamics of Human Spring

了解人体弹簧的动力学原理

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Cascade following Breakdown of the Impact Protection and Energy Recycling Mechanisms

冲击保护与能量循环系统崩溃所引起的一系列不良后果

  • 疼痛与加速老化
  • 隐性炎 症
  • 劳损
  • 紧张与疲劳
  • 补偿异常运动
  • 弹簧系统僵化
  • 弹簧悬置系统弱化

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Reduction in Spring Elastic Capacity of Collagenous Tissues with Age

 胶原组织弹性承载力会随年龄增长而降低

  • 人体组织会随着年龄的增长而老化:胶原组织会发生变化(与僵化类似),韧带强度与刚度都会降低。
  • 发生这种变化时,人体即进入衰退过程,身体活动会减少,疾病与其他不明症状则会增加(Frankel V 与Nordin M, 1980)。
  • 适应过程十分缓慢;若肌肉质量增加,可能会加重肌肉负担,从而导致筋腱与韧带等肌肉中的结缔组织损伤。(ZalesskyBurkhanov ,1981,美国)
  • 因此肌肉过度肥大常常会减缓肌肉在锻炼、退化、以及速度/速度力量训练后的恢复速度,使发生损伤的几率大为增加。

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Landing Muscles

触地肌肉

Spring Suspension System Muscles

弹簧悬置系统肌肉

  • 临时肌腱能量存储机制能大大减少肌肉束延长速度与能量吸收速度。可以说,肌腱的作用与功率衰减器类似,可在能量耗散过程中避免肌肉因快速强劲拉伸而发生损伤。
  • 要使肌腱弹簧发挥最大功效,其力学性能与功能必须一致。
  • 从弹性机制的角度来看,这种性能即肌腱刚度。已有越来越多的证据表明,肌腱刚度可通过“重塑”来调整,以使肌肉——肌腱——负荷系统能够有效运行。还有几项研究发现,长期锻炼对肌腱刚度的增加有显著效果。

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Connective Tissue Strength vs Muscle Strength

结缔组织强度 vs 肌肉强度

  •  此外,肌肉组织可在几天之内适应新增负荷。
  • 肌腱、韧带等结缔组织以及关节、骨骼、软骨等包含大量结缔组织的系统只在经历数周或数月后的逐步加载训练后,才有明显适应或者增厚的迹象。
  • 因此在开运动处方时,必须考虑不同系统的适应速度,避免适应速度低的系统因过度训练而发生损伤。
  •  要使结缔组织发生酸痛与损伤的几率降到最低,应当逐渐增加训练负荷,避免激增或爆发式训练。

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Free Stored Elastic Energy

释放已储存的弹性能量

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Anatomical silent, painful inflammation

Levels of Silent vs Painful Inflammation

 隐性与痛性炎症的级别

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Causes of Weakness in the Human Spring Suspension System

 人体弹簧悬置系统的弱化原因

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Nature January 2010  Lieberman et al., Nature, 463: 531-565

《自然》(Nature),20101月,Lieberman等;《自然》,463: 531-565

科学家发现,赤足跑或者穿着简单鞋类跑步的人群多以跖骨球或脚掌中心触地,从而可避免以足跟触地。因此这类人可充分利用腿、足结构与某些牛顿力学原理来避免冲击引起的疼痛与损伤。而穿鞋跑步的人多以脚跟触地,他们反复承受的冲击力是体重的两到三倍。

  •  赤脚跑步的人,其步态与穿鞋跑步者有明显差异。
  • 赤脚跑步者常以脚掌中心或前部触地,这样几乎不会产生冲击碰撞;而多数穿鞋跑步、以脚跟触地的人所产生的冲击要多得多。
  • 多数现代人都认为赤足跑步十分危险,会带来伤害。其实人们在世界上最为坚硬的地面上赤脚跑步时,也不会有些微的不适与痛感。只要长出了茧子,脚底皮肤就不会被磨伤了。再者说,某些人穿鞋跑的方式并不科学,比起他们的跑步方法来,赤脚跑也许要安全得多。

丹尼尔·E·利伯曼(Daniel E Lieberman),哈佛大学新设系别——人类进化生物学教授

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Modern society has changed forcing us to wear shoes causing weakness

现代社会已经发生了变化,我们被迫穿上了导致身体虚弱的鞋子

现代化生活设备是使人身体日渐虚弱的罪魁祸首

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Static Evaluation

 静态评估

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Dynamic Lever Evaluation

动态杠杆评估

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Dynamic Spring Evaluation

动态弹簧评估

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Patients Don’t Think They Have an Abnormal Gait

父母并不认为他们的步态不正常

Gait Analysis

步态分析

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Can Inserts Interfere with Spring Loading

衬垫是否会干扰弹簧加载?

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Steps to Increasing Impact Protection and Energy Recycling

提高冲击保护与能量循环效果的步骤

  • 释放人体弹簧上的异常内部压力(Abnormal Internal Compressive Force)
  • 增加弹簧的力道加载深度
  • 通过强化杠杆系统来加强弹簧悬置系统
  • 通过强化弹簧系统来加强弹簧悬置系统
  • 保持
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STEP ONE
第一步

释放人体弹簧上的异常内部压力(Abnormal Internal Compressive Force)

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Treatment of Muscle Spasms that Preload the Spring Protection and Energy Recycling Mechanisms

治疗肌痉挛(预先加载弹簧保护与能量循环系统)

  • 肌索会检查肌肉纤维的长度变化以及变化速度。
  • 高尔基腱器官会在肌肉收缩拉伸时对其张力与肌腱进行监控。
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Employ Hookes Law – Increase Depth Of Loading Of Forces Into The Human Spring

应用虎克定律(Hookes Law)——增加弹簧的力道加载深度
  • 动态增强式——冲击拉伸
  • 进行增强式冲击拉伸时,首先迅速结束离心加载,随后进行短时等长收缩,最后突然释放已储存的弹性能量,使收缩的肌肉强力反弹。
  • 进行这种伸缩运动的目的,并不在于扩大运动范围,而是为满足某种运动需要来利用特定拉伸现象、增加动作的速度性力量。

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Current Standard of Care

现代医疗标准

杠杆模式与冲击保护方面的知识和提升抗冲击及能量循环能力的方法没有物理学上的关联。

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Relax Preload Muscle Tension to Maximize Depth of Safe Loading Elastic Spring Elements to do the Work

缓和预加载肌肉张力,使安全加载弹簧单元发挥最大效用

  • 肌肉的放松能力在快速运动,尤其是周期性运动中起着尤为重要的作用。进行快速周期性运动时,三磷酸腺苷(ATP)会在肌肉收缩的间歇期间起协助作用。
  • 充分动用与恢复储存在肌复合体中的弹性能量和拉伸势能,是进行有效高速周期性与非周期性运动的先决条件。
  • 有研究报告称,效率较高的跑步运动可使在运动周期中消耗的机械能恢复60%,剩余40%(Verhkoshanski,1996)。
  • 上述科学家认为,肌肉对弹性势能的储存能力与长跑运动员的表现有关,非代谢能源贡献越大,跑步速度就越快。

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STEP TWO

第二步

Strengthening the Human Spring Lever Mechanisms

强化人体弹簧与杠杆系统

Resistance Lever Exercises

抗阻力杠杆训练

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STEP THREE

第三步

通过冲击式训练强化弹簧系统及其组成肌肉

  • 赤脚跑
  • 跳跃训练
  • 伸展——收缩循环训练(Plyometrics

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Running-Related Injury Prevention through Barefoot Adaptations

通过适应赤足跑来避免跑步损伤

  • 有研究者提出假设,适应赤足跑之后,身体会产生减震效果,这也是赤足跑步者较少受伤的内在原因之一。该效果与内侧纵弓在加载时会发生变形有关。
  • 还有假设称,穿上鞋子之后,足弓无法在不发生僵化的情况下变形,因此穿鞋跑步者受伤的频率较高。
  • 为评估以上假说,研究者对17名休闲跑步者进行了分析,以研究在赤足运动量增大时,受试者内侧足纵弓对负荷的适应情况
  • 受试者纵弓在负载情况下发生了变形,为上述假说提供了证明。
  • 也有其他证据表明,之所以会发生这种变形,是因为赤足运动中,脚部光滑上皮细胞的传感反馈发挥了重要作用。现代跑鞋会隔绝人的感觉,这也许是穿鞋跑步会频频受伤的主要原因。此类伤害被认为是“伪神经性”伤害。
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There is a gap in the way doctors think and do and what athletes and patients require for top performance

医生的想法和治疗方法与运动员及病人对最佳状态的需要并不相符。

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Retraining Abnormal Movement Patterns Running-Walking Form & Technique

异常走-跑运动再训练方法与技术

训练者要进行反复训练,以固定其运动模式。

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Bang and Twist Walking VS Spring Roll Walking

重踏扭动行走法(Bang And Twist Walkingvs 弹跳滚动行走法(Spring And Roll Walking

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Deceleration Landing

减速触地

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Neutral Landing

中性触地

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Acceleration Landing

加速触地

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Old men running: mechanical work and elastic bounce

老年人跑步训练:机械功与弹力

有假说称,年老受试者的受损肌肉运动时,其质量中心的垂直振动振幅较小,向上加速度较低,腾空时间也较短。该假说已经得到了证实。

也就是说:

  1. 其储存的弹性能量较少
  2. 其步频较 高
  3. 其为根据环境调整身体质量中心而作的外功较少
  4. 其为适应质量中心、提高肢体运动速度而作的内功较多

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Second Toe Towards The Target

第二趾朝向目标

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Human Lever Model and Approach Vs Human Lever and Human Spring Model and Approach

人体杠杆模式及训练法 Vs 人体杠杆及弹簧模式与训练法

现在是转变思维模式、采取这种新训练模式的时候吗

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Human Lever and Human Spring Model and Approach

人体杠杆及弹簧模式与训练法

先进再生医学与抗衰老医学被定义为用于早期检查、治疗及预防年龄相关疾病的科学。当前的护理标准只要求医生在病人出现相关症状时,对其肌肉骨骼系统进行评估。

抗衰老医学与人体弹簧模式及训练法已经超出了上述标准。这种方法采用了特殊的医疗方式,以提高病人的身体素质为目标,使医疗对象在疼痛发生之前就有达到奥林匹克级别、符合自己年龄的身体素质。

Thank you!

谢谢!

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Walk and Run For Life! Through Lever Mechanisms or Spring Mechanisms?

This lecture was presented by Dr. James Stoxen DC at the The World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine and Regenerative Biomedical Technologies Expo, Shanghai, China October 18, 2012

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE LECTURE ON THE ORIGINAL SITE.

Summary of the human spring model and approach….

The lessons taught in medical schools, medical books and scientific papers about how the body works and how it breaks down, though based on modern medical constructs, just didn’t add up.

Doctors and scientists use the HUMAN LEVER MODEL as the model for the basis of how they examine, treat and maintain the human body.

I felt that the lever model and approach taught in the medical and fitness industries was incomplete.  I felt it was obvious that the world was missing something big. There were just too many unexplained mysteries that perplexed doctors and scientists and left patients feeling hopeless, frustrated and in a chronic state of pain and suffering.

For example…

Why is there resistance exercise which work levers and plyometrics which work spring mechanisms but doctors only examine and treat the body like a lever mechanism?  Shouldn’t the body be examined and treated as a spring mechanism?

Why are impacts considered damaging to the human body however athletes use drills of high impact jumps as the primary way to improve quickness, speed and injury resistance?

Over 30 years ago I set out to find the answers to the many questions that frustrate doctors and their patients who suffer.  I felt these answers would provide us with the secrets to the best approach to allow us to reach the true potential of our human body. I took off my white coat and considered the human form from different logical points of view: a mechanical engineer, an anatomist and a physicist. I then combined this new perspective with my years of experience interviewing, treating and training hundreds elite athletes in many sports from around the world. What I found was fascinating to me, doctors around the world and I’m excited to share it with you!

This is what I determined..

The human body moves as a lever mechanism AND a spring mechanism.

The Human Spring Model and Approach

Every movement you make is powered by a miraculous spring mechanism. Once you learn how it works, the important functions it serves, how it breaks down and locks, and how it effects so many aspects of your health, you will see why so many suffer and are misdiagnosed.

Then when I teach you my new approach to releasing, strengthening and supercharging your human spring, you will understand why my patients recover when other approaches have failed.  Understanding the human spring will help you understand how certain athletes can high jump seven feet over a bar or run fifty miles without stopping, while other people can’t jog, walk, lift weights of even get up out of a chair without pain. The efficiency of your body’s motion has everything to do with the integrity of your human spring.

If this theory is true, it means that medicine must change all the examination and treatment protocols to include an effective treatment approach for the human spring element in human movement.   I have outlined the human spring theory and approach in this lecture.

A Painful Misunderstanding of Human Engineering

Unfortunately, the world doesn’t regard the body as a living spring. Consequently, they are missing out on the most important aspects of how the human body moves, protects itself, recycles energy and functions in a world governed by the laws of nature, physics, engineering and common sense. Today’s current medical practices and exercise approaches defy the laws of nature, physics and engineering.

The Human Spring Model says the body has a spring mechanism (not a lever mechanism) that functions to protect the body from impacts as well as recycles energy for optimum efficiency.

If it locks then the force of impact is taken up by the tissues and as a result we have chronic inflammation and severe injuries. In the knee it could be mistaken knee pain, torn cartilage or degeneration of the cartilage possibly leading to artificial knee replacement. In the shin bone or tibia bone we call it shin splints.

In the foot it could be plantar fasciitis, heel spurs, metatarsal stress fractures or just foot pain.

From my clinical experience, the majority of the people who have injuries from running such as plantar fasciitis, shin splints, heel pain, runners knee, hip pain, illiotibial band syndrome and herniated discs.  The theory says that the pain comes after impacts of walking, running or participation in sports happen because the spring mechanism can’t effectively absorb the impact into the spring.

Why the Human Spring Model and Approach is best for an Anti-aging Doctor

by Dr. James Stoxen DC

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Bedridden to Barefoot

Reclaim Your Youth

  • Barefoot – No Supports
  • Footwear – 4 Supports
  • Motion Control – 4 Supports
  • Orthotics – 6 Supports
  • Orthopedic Shoes and Orthotics – Foot Lock
  • Cane – 7 Supports
  • 4-Prong Walker – 10 Supports
  • Wheel Chair – 4 Wheels – reverse adaptation
  • Bedridden – Bed – reverse adaptation

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Injuries Can Happen When Running

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Zola Budd Barefoot Runner

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Kinesthetic learning via Kinesthetic Senses

  • Strength, efficiency and safety of all movement is determined by neuromuscular factors, in particular the sense of kinesthesis and the underlying proprioceptive mechanisms which inform us about where all the components of our musculoskeletal system are and what they are doing relative to one another in space and time.
  •  The integration of information enables us to execute a given movement in the most appropriate way in terms of pattern, velocity, acceleration and timing.
  •  One way of improving proprioceptive efficiency is to diminish or block input from other sensory systems.
Roman R. (1986) Trenirovka Tyazheloatleta (Training of the Weightlifter) Fizkura I Sport Moscow 
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 Creep (a word used in physics)

  •  Collagenous tissue increases significantly in strength and stiffness with increased rate of loading.
  •  There by emphasizing the intelligent use of training with high acceleration methods.
  • One study found an increase of almost 50% in load of knee ligaments to failure when the voting rate was increased for four fold  (Kennedy et al 1976)

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Biomechanical And Physiological Comparison Of Barefoot And Two Shod Conditions In Experienced Barefoot Runners.

  •  8 subjects analyzed using instrumented treadmill analysis
  •  Compared to the standard shod condition when running barefoot the athletes landed in more plantar flexion at the ankle.
  •  Barefoot running caused reduced impact forces and changes in stride kinematics.

Squadrone R, Gallozzi C., J Sports Med Phys Fitness. 2009 Mar;49(1):6-13.

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Can Barefoot Activity Alleviate Knee Pain and Arthritis

  •  They looked at the external knee adduction moment (EKAM) when we are wearing shoes and when we are barefoot. EKAM represents knee load distribution from the inside to the outside of the knee joint.
  •  The higher the EKAM is, the greater and faster the progressions of deterioration (osteoarthritis) of the knee joint.
  •  These researchers found that sneakers and running shoes increased EKAM when compared to barefoot walking and barefoot running.

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Foot Strike Patterns And Collision Forces In Habitually Barefoot Versus Shod Runners

  •  habitually barefoot endurance runners often land on the fore-foot
  •  habitually shod runners mostly rear-foot strike, facilitated by the elevated and cushioned heel of the modern running shoe.
  •  Kinematic and kinetic analyses show that even on hard surfaces, barefoot runners who fore-foot strike generate smaller collision forces than shod rear-foot strikers.
  •  This difference results primarily from a more plantar flexed foot at landing and more ankle compliance during impact, decreasing the effective mass of the body that collides with the ground.

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  •  Runners were 2.41% more economical in the minimal-shoe condition when forefoot striking.
  •  3.32% more economical in the minimal-shoe condition when rear foot striking.
  •  Arch strain was not measured in the shod condition but was significantly greater during forefoot than rearfoot striking when barefoot.
  •  Plantar flexor force output was significantly higher in forefoot than in rear foot striking and in barefoot than in shod running.
  •  Achilles tendon-triceps surae strain and knee flexion were also lower in barefoot than in a standard-shoe running shoe.
  •  Minimally shod runners are modestly but significantly more economical than traditionally shod runners regardless of strike type, after controlling for shoe mass and stride frequency.  The likely cause of this difference is more elastic energy storage and release in the lower extremity during minimal-shoe running.

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The Effect of Running Shoes on Lower Extremity Joint Torques

  •  68 subjects ran barefoot and in the same type of stability running footwear.
  •  Three-dimensional motion capture data were collected in synchrony with ground reaction force data from an instrumented treadmill for each of the 2 conditions.
  •  Increased joint torques at the hip, knee, and ankle were observed with running shoes compared with running barefoot.
  •  54% increase in the hip internal rotation torque.
  • 36% increase in knee flexion torque.
  • 38% increase in knee varus torque were measured when running with shoes compared to barefoot.

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The Normal Orientation Of The Human Hallux And The Effect Of Footwear

  • The orientation of each hallux was determined in thirty-eight radiographs by measuring the angle.
  • The wearing of anatomically designed shoes would often allow the hallux to straighten, provided the abductor hallucis muscle functioned adequately.

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Shod Versus Unshod: The Emergence Of Forefoot Pathology In Modern Humans?

  • They investigated the frequency of metatarsal bone pathologies in contemporary and habitually unshod vs shod
  • The metatarsal elements from four human groups were examined for pathological variation. Three were from recent rural and urban shod populations (Sotho, Zulu and European) and one from habitually unshod pre-pastoral Holocene people.
  • The pathological lesions found in the metatarsals of the three shod human groups generally appeared to be more severe than those found in the unshod group.
  • This result may support the hypothesis that pathological variation in the metatarsus was affected by wearing of footwear and exposure to modern substrates.

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Shock Attenuation in Barefoot Running

  • 8 subjects were instrumented with piezoelectric uniaxial accelerometers to measure shock attenuation which were attached to the distal aspect of the right tibia on the medial side and to the front of the head.
  • Differences in the kinetics and kinematics of running was observed when comparing barefoot and shod running
  • Although the impact at the leg is greater at contact BF, the body is capable of attenuating the impact before it reaches the head.
  • Future research is required

Julia A. Freedman, Janet S. Dufek, John A. Mercer

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Mechanical Comparison of Barefoot and Shod Running

  • 35 subjects ran two bouts of 4 minutes at 3.33 m x s(-1) on a treadmill dynamometer
  • Barefoot showed mainly lower contact and flight time, lower passive peak, higher braking and pushing impulses, higher pre-activation of triceps surae muscles than shod.
  • It was concluded that when performed on a sufficient number of steps, barefoot running leads to a reduction of impact peak in order to reduce the high mechanical stress occurring during repetitive steps.

Plantar Pressure Measurements During Barefoot And Shod Running – Relationships To Lower Limb Kinematics

  • 7 subjects
  • The average velocity of the increase in internal rotation after contact was related to corresponding ‘heel balance’ velocities.
  • The high-speed pressure mat measures of barefoot and shod running (shoe-ground interface) were shown to be predictive of tibial internal rotation velocity.

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Walking Barefoot Decreases Loading on the Lower Extremity Joints in Knee Osteoarthritis

  • Gait analyses were performed on 75 subjects with knee OA while they were wearing their everyday walking shoes and while they were walking
  • Optoelectronic detection of external markers during ambulation over a multicomponent force plate, and were matched for speed.
  • Peak joint loads at the hips and knees significantly decreased during barefoot walking, with an 11.9% reduction noted in the knee adduction moment.
  • Shoes may detrimentally increase loads on the lower extremity joints.

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  • Surface electromyography of the abductor hallucis muscle was recorded.
  • The intrinsic foot muscles play a role in support of the medial longitudinal arch in static stance. Disrupting the function of these muscles through fatigue resulted in an increase in pronation as assessed by navicular drop.

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A high concentration of flat foot among six-year-old children who wore shoes as compared with those who did not, implies that the critical age for development of the arch is before six years.

Furthermore, optimum foot development occurs in the barefoot environment, and, therefore, children should be encouraged to partake in barefoot activity.

Paul J. Lucas* , Michael M. Berrow, Richard K. Frazine, and Robert A. Neinast

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Barefoot To Bedridden

Barefoot – No Supports
Footwear – 4 Supports
Motion Control – 4 Supports
Orthotics – 6 Supports
Orthopedic Shoes and Orthotics – 6 Supports
Cane – 7 Supports
4-Prong Walker – 10 Supports
Wheel Chair – 4 Wheels
Bedridden

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What is Human Spring

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Bob Beamon

Bob Beamon

World Record Long Jump

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Human Spring Model

  1. The human spring stores mechanical potential energy therefore it is an efficiency mechanism.
  2. The human spring absorbs forces of landings therefore it is a protective mechanism.
  3. The human spring allows the foot to land on uneven surfaces adjusting the body mechanics to the terrain.
  4. The human spring is integrated into the biomechanics therefore it is essential for stress/strain free motion

Weakness or locking of the spring can lead to fatigue, increased risk for acute injury, inability to heal and accelerated aging of the body’s systems.

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Elastic or Spring Energy

  • In the elastic-like bounce of the body at each running step the muscle-tendon units are stretched after landing and recoil before take-off.
  • Evidence has been provided suggesting that muscle is kept quasi-isometric with the consequence that the length change of the muscle–tendon unit is mostly sustained by tendons.
  • It has been found that much of the muscle activity in running is associated with tensioning of the tendons, which thereby store energy for successful cycles of movement.
  • Isometric conntractions are considerably less expensive than dynamic contractions.

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Eccentric vs Concentric Training

  • An eccentric contraction refers to muscle action winch the muscle force succumbs to the imposed load and the muscle complex lengthens. Not only is it metabolically much more efficient than concentric contraction, but it’s also capable of generating higher forces (Kaneko 1984)  (Komi 1973)  (Rodgers And Berger 1974)
  • In addition this difference between concentric and eccentric contractions has been found to depend on the velocity of contraction (Komi 1973)
  • As the velocity of contraction increases, so do those maximums eccentric force increase whereas the maximum concentric force decreases even though the corresponding EMG for the given muscle group remains reasonably constant.

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What Surfaces are Best For Barefoot Running?

  • On the stiffest surfaces, the legs compressed in early stance and then extended in late stance in the pattern that is typical for normal bouncing gaits.
  • On the softest surfaces, however, subjects reversed this pattern so that the legs extended up to 8 cm in early stance and then compressed by a similar distance in late stance.
  • Consequently, the center of mass moved downward during stance by 5-7 cm less than the surface compressed and by a similar distance as on the stiffest surfaces.
  • This unique leg action probably reduced extensor muscle pre-stretch because the joints first extended and then flexed during stance. This interpretation is supported by the observation that hoppers increased muscle activation by 50% on the softest surface despite similar joint moments and mechanical leg work as on the stiffest surface.
  • Thus, the extreme adjustment to leg mechanics for very soft surfaces helps maintain normal center of mass dynamics but requires high muscle activation levels due to the loss of the normal extensor muscle stretch-shorten cycle.

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Human Spring

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Spring Mechanics – Hookes Law  

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Running Injuries

Most important is the ability of the spring suspension system to handle the force of the landings.

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What To Consider When Evaluating Injuries

The development of strength–endurance is a an inherent characteristic and the fundamental principle of training for developing general endurance. Training for strength–endurance is determined predominantly by:

  • The magnitude of the load
  • The rest interval between training sessions
  • The length of the training period
  • Additional levels of strength–endurance of the athlete
  • The kinesiological structure of the movement
  • Relative involvement of static and dynamic strength–endurance

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Elastic Deformity

  • This type of deformation is reversible. Once the forces are no longer applied, the object returns to its original shape.
  • The ability of the spring to deform, store energy, reform to its exact original shape, releasing energy.
  • THE ABILITY OF THE SPRING TO DEFORM, STORE ENERGY, REFORM TO ITS EXACT ORIGINAL SHAPE, RELEASING ENERGY
  • This is the key principle behind aging

Journal of Applied Physics, M. Mooney, September 1940, Volume: 11 Issue 9 Page (s) 582 – 592

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Plastic Deformity  

In physics and materials science, plasticity describes the deformation of a material undergoing non-reversable changes of the shape in response to applied forces.

The human spring deforms, stores energy, does not return to its exact original shape, releases less energy.

ENERGY, DOES NOT RETURN TO ITS EXACT ORIGINAL SHAPE, RELEASES LESS ENERGY

J. Lubliner, 2008, Plasticity theory, Dover, ISBN 0-486-46290-0, ISBN 978-0-486-46290-5.

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Elastic Deformity vs Plastic Deformity

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Yield

Yield Strength

  • Beyond the elastic limit, permanent deformation will occur.
  • The lowest stress at which permanent deformation can be measured.

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Compressive Forces

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Preventive or Anti-aging Medicine Is not working in Orthopedic Medicine with the current Model and Approach

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Train the Landings Vs Take Offs

Spring Suspension System

  • (Frided 1983) found that eccentric training to failure produces market increases in eccentric strength–endurance, but minimal changes in concentric strength–endurance.
  • Since lengthening of muscle complex occurs with the centric contraction the stretching SEC series elastic component is exposed to greater strain than under concentric conditions and the potential for increase of injury. Thus it is not surprising to learn that most muscle strains and ruptures occur during the Eccentric phase of movement  (Garrett 1986)

Friden J,,,, Seger J, Sjostrom M & Ekblom B 1983a Adaptive Response in Human Skeletal Muscle Subjected to Prolonged Eccentric Training Int J Sports Med 4(3): 177-176

Garrett W (1986) Basic science of musculotendonous injuries In Nicholas J & Hershman E (eds) The Lower Extremity and Spine in Sports & Exercise CV Mosby Co, St Louis : 42-58

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Gait Analysis

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Compensating Motion

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Understanding the Dynamics of Human Spring

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Cascade following Breakdown of the Impact Protection and Energy Recycling Mechanisms

  • Pain and accelerated ageing
  • Silent inflammation
  • Wear and tear
  • Stress and strain
  • Compensating abnormal movement
  • Drop and lock of the spring mechanism
  • Weakness in spring suspension system

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Reduction in Spring Elastic Capacity of Collagenous Tissues with Age 

  • Aging reveals changes in collagenous tissues similar to those caused by immobilization with reduction in strength and stiffness of ligaments occurring with advanced age.
  • These changes may need you not only to the degenerative process, but also to reduce physical activity, superimpose disease states and other undefined processes  (Frankel V & Nordin M 1980)
  • Adaptation occurs more slowly and connective tissue such as tendons and ligaments that in muscle and any increase tension may possible in the muscle tenderness complexes by the increased muscle mass can cause damage to these structures (Zalessky & Burkhanov 1981) the US.
  • Thus extensive hypertrophy usually leads to slower muscle recovery after exercise, deterioration and speed, speed–strength and speed as well as an increased incidence of injury.

Frankel V & Nordin M 1980 Basic Biomechanics of the Skeletal System Lee & Febiger
Zalesky M & Burkhanov A (19810 Muscle Condition and work capacity in track and field athletes Legkaya Athletika 1: 1-7

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Landing Muscles

Spring Suspension System Muscles

  • Temporary tendon energy storage led to a significant reduction in muscle fascicle lengthening velocity and the rate of energy absorption. We conclude that tendons function as power attenuators that probably protect muscles against damage from rapid and forceful lengthening during energy dissipation.
  • For tendon springs to operate effectively, their mechanical properties must be matched to their function.
  • For elastic mechanisms is tendon stiffness, and there is increasing evidence that the stiffness of a tendon is ‘tuned’ by remodeling to allow for the effective operation of the muscle–tendon-load system. Several studies have now documented significant increases in tendon stiffness in response to long-term exercise.

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Connective Tissue Strength vs Muscle Strength

  • More over, muscle tissue adapts to increase loading within several days.
  • Connective tissue such as tendons ligaments and joints and bones or systems which contain a high proportion of connective tissue such as bone and cartilage only display significant adaptation and hypertrophy after several weeks or months of progressive loading.
  • It is vital that the prescription of training takes into account the different rates of adaptation of all systems involved and avoids overtraining systems with the lowest rates of adaptation.
  • Gradual increase in training load and avoidance of impulse or explosive methods is essential for minimizing the occurrence of connective tissue soreness and injury

McDonagh and Davis 1984

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Free Stored Elastic Energy 

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Levels of Silent vs Painful Inflammation

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Causes of Weakness in the Human Spring Suspension System

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Nature January 2010  Lieberman et al., Nature, 463: 531-565

  • Scientists have found that people who run barefoot, or in minimal footwear, tend to avoid Heel-striking, and instead land on the ball of the foot or the middle of the foot. In so doing, these runners use the architecture of the foot and leg and some clever Newtonian physics to avoid hurtful and potentially damaging impacts, equivalent to two to three times body weight, that shod heel-strikers repeatedly experience.
  • People who don’t wear shoes when they run have an astonishingly different strike.
  • By landing on the middle or front of the foot, barefoot runners have almost no impact collision, much less than most shod runners generate when they heel-strike.
  • Most people today think barefoot running is dangerous and hurts, but actually you can run barefoot on the world’s hardest surfaces without the slightest discomfort and pain. All you need is a few calluses to avoid roughing up the skin of the foot. Further, it might be less injurious than the way some people run in shoes.

Daniel E Lieberman, a professor in Harvard’s new department of human evolutionary biology

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Modern society has changed forcing us to wear shoes causing weakness

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Static Evaluation

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Dynamic Lever Evaluation

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Dynamic Spring Evaluation

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Patients Don’t Think They Have an Abnormal Gait

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Gait Analysis

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Can Inserts Interfere with Spring Loading _____________________________________________________________________________

Steps to Increasing Impact Protection and Energy Recycling

  • Release The Abnormal Internal Compressive Force On The Human Spring
  • Increase Depth Of Loading Of Forces Into The Human Spring
  • Strengthen The Spring Suspension System via Lever Strengthening
  • Strengthen The Spring Suspension System via Spring Strengthening
  • Maintain

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STEP ONE

Release The Abnormal Internal Compressive Force On The Human Spring

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Treatment of Muscle Spasms that Preload the Spring Protection and Energy Recycling Mechanisms

  • Muscle spindles which detect changes in muscle fiber length and rate of change of  length.
  • Golgi tendon organs which monitor the tension and muscle tendon during muscle contraction or stretching.

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Employ Hookes Law – Increase Depth Of Loading Of Forces Into The Human Spring

  • Dynamic Plyometric-Impact Stretching
  • Plyometric impulsive stretching, which involves rapid termination of eccentric loading followed by a brief isometric phase and an explosive rebound belying and stored elastic energy and powerful reflex muscle contraction.
  • This stretch shortening action is not intended to increase range of motion, but to use specific stretching phenomena and to increase speed strength of movement for a specific sporting purpose.

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Current Standard of Care

Lever Model has no physics for understanding Impact Protection or How To Increase Impact Resistance or Improve Energy Recycling.

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Relax Preload Muscle Tension to Maximize Depth of Safe Loading Elastic Spring Elements to do the Work

  • The ability to relax muscle is very important for rapid movements especially in cyclical actions, which involve recent assists of ATP during the phases between muscle contractions.
  • The adequate retrieval of elastic energy stored in the muscle complex, together with the stretch–shortening potential of force output, or valuable prerequisites for efficient high velocity cyclic and acyclic movement.
  • Verhkoshanski 1996  reports that economical sprinting activity can result in the recovery of about 60% of total mechanical energy expended in the movement cycle, with the remaining 40% being
  • He had set a high correlation between the muscular capacity to store potential elastic energy and the performance of distance runners, with an increase in the contribution from non-metabolic energy sources taking place with increased in running velocity.
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STEP TWO

Strengthening the Human Spring Lever Mechanisms

Resistance Lever Exercises

 

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STEP THREE

Strengthen the Spring Mechanism Muscles and Systems Through Impacts

Barefoot Running
Jumping Drills
Plometrics
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Running-Related Injury Prevention through Barefoot Adaptations

  • It is hypothesized that the adaptations which produce shock absorption, an inherent consequence of barefoot activity and a mechanism responsible for the low injury frequency in unshod populations, are related to deflection of the medial longitudinal arch of the foot on loading.
  • It is also hypothesized that the known inability of this arch of the shod foot to deflect without failure (foot rigidity) is responsible for the high injury frequency in shod populations.
  • To evaluate these hypotheses, 17 recreational runners were analyzed to study the adaptive pattern of the medial longitudinal arch of the foot due to increased barefoot weight-bearing activity.
  • Changes occurred in the medial longitudinal arch which allowed deflection of this arch on loading which substantiated the hypotheses.
  • Other evidence suggests that sensory feedback largely from the glabrous epithelium of the foot is the element of barefoot activity which induced these adaptations.
  • The sensory insulation inherent in the modern running shoe appears responsible for the high injury frequency associated with running. The injuries are considered “pseudo-neuropathic” in nature.

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There is a gap in the way doctors think and do and what athletes and patients require for top performance

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Retraining Abnormal Movement Patterns Running-Walking Form & Technique

Training Involves Repeated Movements To Store Patterns

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Bang and Twist Walking VS Spring Roll Walking

Bang And Twist Walking vs Spring And Roll Walking

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Deceleration Landing

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Neutral Landing

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Acceleration Landing

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Old men running: mechanical work and elastic bounce

The results support the working hypothesis that the impaired muscle function in the old subjects results in a smaller amplitude of the vertical oscillation of the centre of mass, with a lower upward acceleration and a reduced duration of the aerial phase.

These in turn imply:

  • (i) less elastic energy stored
  • (ii) a higher step frequency
  • (iii) a lower external work to maintain the motion of the centre of mass of the body relative to the surroundings, and
  • (iv) a greater internal work to accelerate the limbs relative to the centre of mass.

Second Toe Towards The Target

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Human Lever Model and Approach Vs

Human Lever and Human Spring Model and Approach

Is it Time for a Paradigm Shift to this New Model and Approach

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Human Lever and Human Spring Model and Approach

Progressive regenerative medicine and anti-aging medicine is defined as the earliest detection, intervention and prevention of age-related diseases. The current standard of care only requires doctors to do evaluations of the musculoskeletal systems when patients present with signs and symptoms of anti-aging related diseases.

Anti-aging medicine and the Human Spring Model and Approach exceeds this standard by practicing a form of medicine aimed at improving patients’ performance to the Olympic level for their age group before the pain even starts.

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Presentation Abstract: New Aggressive Approaches To Disconnecting The Inflammation-Depression Connection. World Congress On Anti-Aging Medicine And Regenerative Biomedical Technologies Expo (A4MC) Shanghai, China October 18-20, 2012

Depression ICD-9 296.3 Title: New Aggressive Approaches To Disconnecting The Inflammation-Depression Connection. To be presented at: The World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine and Regenerative Biomedical Technologies Expo Date: Oct 18-20th, 2012 Address: Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center 1099 Guo Zhan Road, Shanghai, China, 200126  By Dr James Stoxen DC Depression is a mood disorder that […]

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Depression ICD-9 296.3

Title: New Aggressive Approaches To Disconnecting The Inflammation-Depression Connection.
To be presented at: The World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine and Regenerative Biomedical Technologies Expo
Date: Oct 18-20th, 2012
Address: Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center
1099 Guo Zhan Road, Shanghai, China, 200126 
By Dr James Stoxen DC

Depression is a mood disorder that affects serotonin levels in the brain. Because of its physiological cause, many people believe that clinical depression must be cured through chemical intervention. Drug Free Therapy for signs of depression might include A healthy diet which plays an important part in healthy brain depression symptoms. Eating vitamin-rich foods balance out chemicals in the brain and provides a natural intervention for depression for some who experience severe depression syndromes. Avoiding complex sugars and too many carbohydrates, which lead to mood swings, helps stabilize emotions. Adding exercise cannot go overlooked as an important aspect of a drug-free depression treatmentTalk therapyCognitive behavioral therapy and interpersonal therapy are also very effective in overcoming chronic depressionDrugless depression treatments vary from person to person. However, herbal supplements and intervention have helped some patients. Consulting with a knowledgeable pharmacist or herbal treatment specialist can help you make the right choice for your specific treatment plan.

DR. STOXEN’S LECTURE STARTS AT 15:58 AND GOES THROUGH 16:12 ON THE VIDEO PLAYER ABOVE

YOU CAN WATCH THE LIVE LINK TO THE ENTIRE CONFERENCE IN THE VIDEO ABOVE. !!!  CLICK HERE TO SEE THE LECTURE ON THE ORIGINAL SITE.

people’s daily online is the top official website in china.

People’s Daily Online, founded on Jan. 1, 1997, is a large-scale information platform constructed by People’s Daily – one of the world’s top ten newspapers. It is also one of the largest comprehensive Internet media on the Internet. As a leading key news website in China, it upholds “authority and strength generated from people”. With “authority, popularity and credibility” as tenet, it takes the objectives “multi-language, all media forms, globalization and full coverage”, and “disseminating China’s news and covering world news” as its mission. On June 20, 2008, during his inspection tour of People’s Daily Online, President Hu Jintao noted “People’s Daily Online has played a unique role in advocating the Party’s belief, guiding public opinion and warmly serving netizens in the years since inception.”People’s Daily Online is also a teaching base for the Party School of the Communist Party of China’

Presentation Abstract:

New Aggressive Approaches to Disconnecting the Inflammation-Depression Connection

Depression represents a major public health problem it is estimated that up to 16 – 20% of the population has had depression at any one time and that 5 to 7% of the population is assumed to suffer from major depression. Studies have also shown that there is a correlation between chronic depression and the development of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’ and dementia in later life.

There is substantial literature linking inflammation with the risk for depression. The purpose of my presentation is to list the inflammatory mediators and their link to depression. Patients with inflammatory disorders such as MS, cardiovascular disorders, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis

Increase inflammatory cytokine expression and the development of concurrent psychiatric symptoms were initially observed after administration of cytokine therapy to patients afflicted with cancer hepatitis and MS. It has been found that patients with depression have high levels of inflammatory biomarkers. This suggests that inflammation can be a mediator for depression.

The purpose of this presentation is to review these studies and determine their potential to lead to interventions which may reduce the risks for inflammatory diseases of aging such as osteoarthritis cardiovascular disease and his symptoms related to varying degrees of depression.

Depression it is obviously a stress sensitive disorder however the actual causal mechanism for their relationship is unknown. Research team led by Carnegie melon University’s Sheldon: has found that chronic psychological stresses associated with the bodies losing its ability to regulate the inflammatory response which can promote the development and progression of the disease called depression. So while inflammation can cause or be linked to depression, and the stress and depression can also be linked back to inflammation.

Aging is also associated with increased likelihood of chronic pain and inflammatory conditions. A part despite improving knowledge is of underlying mechanisms of chronic pain many patients who have chronic pain receive inadequate care both short-term and long-term. We are going to discuss some novel ways to reduce chronic pain, chronic inflammation and disability dust reducing overall inflammation and possibly reducing the risk of the development and exacerbation of chronic depression.

We will also discuss the treatments, which can and may reduce depression. Currently antidepressants only produced remission and 30% of patients. The part of the problem is that the pathophysiology of depression has not been well understood and treatments are based on empirical data and not on the mechanisms or causes of action. Many research studies suggest that addressing pro-inflammatory cytokine production represents a possible strategy to treat depression besides the use of psychotropic drugs.

This will include the relationship between dietary influences and the risk of depression, and fatty acid supplementation for the fresh and add the adiposity risk factors for childhood and adult onset depression. I will also discuss the role of inactivity in inflammation and end depression as well as the effects of exercise and the increase and decrease of inflammation associated with exercise.

I will discuss natural ways to decrease levels of systemic inflammation both from a treatment and preventive approach to use with or without psychotropic drugs.

Presentation Abstract: Walk and Run For Life via Lever Mechanisms or Spring Mechanisms? World Congress On Anti-Aging Medicine And Regenerative Biomedical Technologies Expo (A4MC) Shanghai, China, October 18-20, 2012

  Title: Walk and Run For Life! Through Lever Mechanisms or Spring Mechanisms? To be presented at: The World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine and Regenerative Biomedical Technologies Expo Date:Oct.18-20th, 2012 Address: Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center 1099 Guo Zhan Road, Shanghai, China, 200126  By Dr James Stoxen DC   The Human Spring Model is […]

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Title: Walk and Run For Life! Through Lever Mechanisms or Spring Mechanisms?
To be presented at: The World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine and Regenerative Biomedical Technologies Expo
Date:Oct.18-20th, 2012
Address: Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center
1099 Guo Zhan Road, Shanghai, China, 200126 
By Dr James Stoxen DC

 

The Human Spring Model is Plyometric Training and Barefoot Running vs The Human Lever Model, Resistance Training and Shod Running Why the Human Spring Model and Approach is best for an Anti-aging Doctor

If the Human Spring Mechanism which functions to protect the body from impacts should lock then the force of impact is taken up by the tissues and as a result we have chronic inflammation and severe injuries. In the knee we call it Chondromalacia Patella or torn cartillage. In the foot bone or shin bone or tibia bone we call it stress fractures. From my clinical experience, the majority of the people who have injuries from running such as plantar fasciitis, shin splints, heel pain, runners knee, hip pain, Iliotibial Band Syndrome and herniated discs are because the spring mechanism can’t effectively absorb the impact into the spring.

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE LECTURE ON THE ORIGINAL SITE.

people’s daily online is the top official website in china.

People’s Daily Online, founded on Jan. 1, 1997, is a large-scale information platform constructed by People’s Daily – one of the world’s top ten newspapers. It is also one of the largest comprehensive Internet media on the Internet. As a leading key news website in China, it upholds “authority and strength generated from people”. With “authority, popularity and credibility” as tenet, it takes the objectives “multi-language, all media forms, globalization and full coverage”, and “disseminating China’s news and covering world news” as its mission. On June 20, 2008, during his inspection tour of People’s Daily Online, President Hu Jintao noted “People’s Daily Online has played a unique role in advocating the Party’s belief, guiding public opinion and warmly serving netizens in the years since inception.”People’s Daily Online is also a teaching base for the Party School of the Communist Party of China’

Presentation Abstract:

Running, as decades of studies have shown, is one of the best ways for your patients to put distance between themselves and the aging process. The medical quandary, though, has been determining for mature patients when the physical demands of running – the current lever model suggests that impacts are bad for us causing wear and tear on bone and joints leading to degeneration, inflammation and accelerated aging.   Many physicians err on the side of caution, supportive footwear, orthotics and even prematurely advising patients to stop running.

Why is it that elite coaches around the world use impact training or plyometrics to bolster performance in sports?

Who is right?

I will answer that mystery by suggesting that the current model physicians are using to understand human movement, evaluate, treat, rehabilitate and maintain the human body is not the ideal model according to the latest research and the laws of nature and physics.  I will provide evidence that the human body moves as both a lever but more importantly as a spring mechanism.  Therefore the entire standard of care approach to understanding, examining, treating, rehabilitating and maintaining the human body must be changed.

In this presentation I will discuss the differences between the current human lever model vs the human spring model citing the laws of physics, nature and through interpretations of the results and conclusions from the most current research.  I will cite the arguments that healthy humans may not ambulate with levers rather lever mechanisms and spring mechanisms.

Then I will review the current examination approaches, treatment, training and anti-aging approaches based on the human lever model vs the human spring model.

Progressive regenerative medicine and anti-aging medicine is defined as the earliest detection, intervention and prevention of age-related diseases. The current standard of care only requires doctors to do evaluations of the musculoskeletal systems when patients present with signs and symptoms of anti-aging related diseases.  Anti-aging medicine exceeds this standard by practicing a form of medicine aimed at improving patients’ performance to the Olympic level for their age group before the pain even starts.

Top coaches and athletes focus on form and technique of human movement patterns for optimum performance.  This should be the level anti-aging minded doctors function.  These same athletes and coaches use high impact training methods, plyometrics which are contrary to the current standard of care.  Current doctors recommend lever training or resistance training while anti-aging doctors should focus on what top athletes and coaches use to build stronger spring mechanisms.

These human spring mechanisms serve to protect the body from around to 250 million impacts felt in a lifetime.  These human spring mechanisms also help to recycle energy thus reducing overall fatigue.  Lever systems cannot protect an object from impacts nor can they recycle energy.

Example:

Now, let’s breakdown what is addressed when assessing running as a medical tool, from an anti-aging perspective.  Running has been proven to burn calories – strengthen the heart and to lower blood pressure – increases mental sharpness and makes you more alert. It makes you feel happier and the release of endorphins provides a feeling of euphoria. It can also decrease memory loss in elderly people.

Unfortunately, these astonishing benefits are enjoyed by only a relatively handful of patients with so many more that could be receiving them.  Why?  Because many adult patients cannot run because of arthritic conditions that are contraindicated for running.

Why can’t as many adults run as they did in their youth?  Why can children run barefoot and many adults can’t?  Is the inability to run barefoot the first sign of aging?  Are running shoes healthy for us?  Are any binding or motion-altering device healthy for us while exercising and specifically running?  Does the running shoe bind the natural spring we are born with replacing it with an artificial spring in the shoe?  What are the consequences to the reduction of the adaptation process of the body’s natural spring to resist impacts and recycle energy?

I will discuss the current approach in medicine I call the barefoot to bedridden approach which involves doctor’s prescribing more supports causing reverse adaptation.  The approach I am presenting, bedridden to barefoot or the Human Spring approach promotes healthy adaptation with the goal of restoring the body’s ability to support itself, which is the best approach to help your patients have an anti-aging lifestyle

We educate and coach our patients in the practice of resistance exercises to increase lever strength of the weight bearing joints, thus improving general running ability. However this is not the ideal model of training the body for sport.  The development of spring strength through impacts via plyometrics is of paramount concern for athletes to improve performance in running as it impacts speed, quickness, balance, agility and coordination, and is essential for safe directional changes, stopping and starting.

However few physicians understand the concepts of spring strength and plyometric training. In fact physicians commonly advise against this form of exercise as they feel it creates too much shock to the skeleton. Some fear it may even contribute to premature aging through the wear and tear theory. But running and spring training performed with a properly prepared spring mechanism and sound bio-mechanics do not damage joints. (Note: research shows that people who run regularly and those who don’t run at all have the same risks of developing osteoarthritis).

Spring strength improves the efficiency of walking and running. Having a finely-tuned spring mechanism acts as a shock absorber to better protect the skeleton from stress and strain and potential wear and tear, inflammation and pain. A healthy spring mechanism can recycle more natural energy back into the walking and running effort.

In assessing patients, it is essential for physicians to employ specific testing to determine the exact level of absolute AND spring strength.

In this presentation I will clearly define absolute and spring strength, outline the differences between them and review what causes decreases in strength. From that base, I’ll present new and innovative examination, treatment, rehabilitation and anti-aging approach.

Crucially, I’ll demonstrate new and innovative orthopedic testing methods I have developed for physicians to more accurately determine not only if the human spring mechanisms are functional but patients’ levels of spring strength through the incremental increased forces of standing (50% body weight), walking (1.25 x body weight), running (3x body weight), sprinting (4x body weight), and plyometric jumping (estimated up to 10x body weight).

This is pivotal in evaluating when it is safe for a patient to go from walking to jogging, running to sprinting and even jump training. After all, as speeds increase from walking to running, forces increase from one times body weight to five times body weight. Stepping up to advanced plyometric jump training increases the force to ten times body weight.  This is a more accurate assessment of the integrity of the patients ability to resist impacts than the current model.

Then via video demonstrations, you’ll learn how to release the spring mechanism back into the gait courtesy of a new approach.

You will witness new exercise methods, which are performed barefoot to increase absolute strength and spring strength safely.

We all should be developing a healthy anti-aging lifestyle through walking and running with maximum human spring in our steps.

Dr James Stoxen DC, Lectures At The 2012 Shanghai World Congress On Anti-Aging Medicine And Regenerative Biomedical Technologies Expo (A4MC) October 18-20

    Dr James Stoxen DC lectures at:  The 2012 Shanghai World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine and Regenerative Biomedical Technologies Expo (A4MC)  October 18-20,2012 Location: Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center No. 1099, Guozhan Rd., Shanghai, China, 200126  Dr Stoxen’s two lectures are:  ’The New Aggressive Approaches To Disconnecting The Inflammation-Depression Connection’, to view the abstract, click […]

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Dr James Stoxen DC lectures at: 

Dr. James Stoxen DC, Lectures, Shanghai,China

The 2012 Shanghai World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine and Regenerative Biomedical Technologies Expo (A4MC) 
October 18-20,2012
Location: Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center
No. 1099, Guozhan Rd., Shanghai, China, 200126 

Dr Stoxen’s two lectures are:

  1.  ’The New Aggressive Approaches To Disconnecting The Inflammation-Depression Connection’, to view the abstract, click here
  2. ‘Walk and Run For Life! Through Lever Mechanisms or Spring Mechanisms? , to view the abstract, click here

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE LECTURE ON THE ORIGINAL SITE.

  people’s daily online is the top official website in china. 

People’s Daily Online, founded on Jan. 1, 1997, is a large-scale information platform constructed by People’s Daily – one of the world’s top ten newspapers. It is also one of the largest comprehensive Internet media on the Internet. As a leading key news website in China, it upholds “authority and strength generated from people”. With “authority, popularity and credibility” as tenet, it takes the objectives “multi-language, all media forms, globalization and full coverage”, and “disseminating China’s news and covering world news” as its mission. On June 20, 2008, during his inspection tour of People’s Daily Online, President Hu Jintao noted “People’s Daily Online has played a unique role in advocating the Party’s belief, guiding public opinion and warmly serving netizens in the years since inception.”People’s Daily Online is also a teaching base for the Party School of the Communist Party of China’

 Approval byCommerce Commission of Shanghai Municipal Government

Organizers: 
WAAAM (World Anti-Aging Academy of Medicine)
A4M (American Academy of Anti-aging Medicine)
APAAAM (Asian-Pacific Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine)
Shanghai Municipal Public Health Bureau
Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center

The World Anti-Aging Medicine (WAAAM) 2012 (Shanghai) Conference and Regenerative Biomedical Technologies Expo  will be held in Shanghai, China, on October 18, 2012 -20. Congress aims to create the highest level in the Asia-Pacific region, the largest of a transformation of health, medical and life sciences technology clinical event ;  The pharmaceutical industry of anti-aging medicine is a new concept to the Chinese public. The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine Academy of Sciences and the World Anti-Aging Medicine and its future years will be an important part of the permanent activities in the Asia-Pacific region and China.

Since 1995, The World Anti-Aging Academy of Medicine (WAAAM) is a member-based society dedicated to the protection and preservation of the health of the public, and the advancement of education and research in the clinical specialties of anti-aging and regenerative medicine.

Dr. James Stoxen DC teaching Dr Amir Majidi DC and Jack Zheng, deputy director of A4M China

Anti-aging and regenerative medicine are among the fastest-growing specialty throughout the world and is founded on the application of advanced scientific and medical technologies for the early detection, prevention, treatment, and reversal of age-related dysfunction, disorders, and diseases.

Dr. James Stoxen DC at The World Congress On Anti-Aging Medicine And Regenerative Biomedical Technologies Expo

Forum Theme: High Quality Life Base on cutting-edge Science and Technology

Topics and Sessions include:

1. China Life Science Forum

  • Technologies in Clinical Application 
  • Development of Life Science Technologies and Its Achievement in Clinical Application
  • Food Safety and Drug Safety

2. Medical Aesthetics

  • Focus on Women’s Health: From the Inside Out
  • Development of Medical Aesthetics: The History of Healthy Beauty
  • The Instructive Role of Global Cosmeceuticals Industry for Chinese Market

3. China’s Premier Health Care Forum

  • Personal Health Care and Public Health Care – New Pattern in Health Care Reform
  • Medical Informatization: the Development and Model of Telemedicine & Medical Tour Industry
  • Prospect Forecast of High-end Personal Health Care in China

Listed below are some of the other distinguished faculty presenting at this medical conference:

Dr. Jin Dapeng, M.D., (China)

President of the General Assembly
Dean of Beijing Chaoyang Hospital (AAA hospital)
Board of Scientific Advisors of WAAAM/A4M/APAAAM
Formal Secretary of Beijing Health Bureau
Chairman of Beijing medical association
Professor of Beijing University School of Public Health
Member of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference
Vice president of the Chinese Hospital Management Association

 

Prof. Robert Goldman, M.D, Ph.D, DO, FAASP (USA)

Co-Founder & Chairman of the Board- The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M)
Chairman – International Medical Commission
Co-founder of the anti-aging medical disciplines
World Anti-Aging Medicine President American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine International Medical Chair
World Bodybuilding Federation International Medical Chairman.

Dr. Charles Chao-lin Lee, M.D. (Taiwan)

A4M Board Certified Physician
Board of Scientific Advisors, Head of WAAAM/A4M/APAAAM Taiwan Area
Chairman of Taiwan Anti-Aging & regenerative Medicine association
Vice Chairman of Taiwan Medical Tourism Association
Medical Director of Taiwan U-Mei Clinic

Janine Gaston Nhan M.D.

President of 2FAME International (French Functional Aromatherapy Anti Aging MEsotherapy MEdicine)
Fellow of ABAAM (American Board of Anti Aging Medicine) USA
Board certified of the European Societies of Anti Aging Medicine (ESAAM)
AFMCP Graduate in Functional Medicine (Institute for Functional Medicine) USA

Heather Bird-Tchenguiz MBA (UK)

Founder and President of HB Health Clinics, London, UK
Chairperson of the Anti-Ageing Conference London (AACL)
Board of Directors of the World Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (WAAAM)
Board of Directors of the European Society of Anti-Ageing Medicine (ESAAM)
Founder of the British Society of AntiAgeing Medicine (BSAAM)

John Ionescu, Ph.D.

Director and Founder, Spezialklinik Neukirchen, Germany

 

 

Mr. Min Zhu (PRC)

Chairman of WAAAM Asian Pacific Region
Special Advisor of WAAAM/A4M
Deputy President and SG of China
General Chamber of Commerce Foreign Affairs Committee

Stephen P Tjandra (Indonesia)

Executive Director of A4M-World.Asia and founder of VICTUS Life Longevity Institute

 

 

Ronald Klatz, M.D., D.O. (USA)

Co-Founder & President of the Board – The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M)

 

 

Stanislaw R. Burzynski, M.D., Ph.D. (USA)

President, Burzynski Research Institute
Owner, Burzynski Clinic, Houston, TX

 

Prof. Xuetao Pei, M.D.Chief Scientist of National Stem Cell Research (PRC)
Board of Scientific Advisors, Asian-Pacific Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine
Board of Scientific Advisors/Asia-Oceania – The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M)

 

 

Prof. Ling Xu, M.D.

Chief of Department of Science Research, Peking Union Medical College Hospital
Chief of Evidence Based Medicine Center in Peking Union Medical College, China
Board of Scientific Advisors/Asia-Oceania – The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M)

 

Dr. James Stoxen DC (USA)

President, Team Doctors, Treatment and Training Center

 

 

General Bernard Loeffke, PhD. (USA)

Major General, USA (retired)

West Point Graduate  MA in Russian and a Ph.D. in Political Science

 

Pictures from the conference for you to see below:

Dr. James Stoxen Dc with Major General Bernard “Burn” Loeffke

Dr. Stanislaw R. Burzynski, M.D and Dr. James Stoxen DC

 

Dr. James Stoxen DC and Prof. Robert Goldman, M.D, Ph.D, DO

 

Diana Zhang (Director of Office for Dr. James J Ho) Dr. James Stoxen DC

 

 

By attending this conference it will enable participants:

  1. To be informed of the newest and most current information respective to integrative medicine and apply in China. This includes topics related to anti-aging medicine, biomarker lab testing, hormone therapy, nutrition, female health, Cancer therapy, TCM, Medical tourism, aristogenesis, CCRC real-estate, medical aesthetics, etc.
  2. To immediately implement new integrative techniques and principles taught by presenters.
  3. Legal support to practice and launch your business in China successfully.

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