Animation for Therapeutic Tool
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I need a 30-60 second animation that shows how my tools help with injury.
Between the muscle and skin there is a layer of fibrous connective tissue called fascia. After musculoskeletal injury or hard workouts, this layer can develop what are called myofascial adhesions (excessive collagen cross-links). Myofascial adhesions decrease range of motion and can become pain generators when pain-sensitive nerve endings grow into them. Our precision-beveled instruments help break-up these adhesions to improve mobility and prevent injury.
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These are videos that will help show you what fascia is and what it looks like:
Texture of fascia: [login to view URL]
Relationship to small blood vessels and proportional size to skin and forearm:
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3:00-7:00 and 10:00-20:00 is great info on fascia: [login to view URL]
Animation of fascia 15:45 to
16:39 is great!
17:55 is awesome info!
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This is how my tools are used: [login to view URL]
1. Show a body and zoom into it. (Preferably the lower leg calf)
2. When you are very close, the skin disappears and becomes transparent.
3. Now you only see fascia on top of the muscle.
4. Now the fascia become semi transparent, and you only see the red muscle.
5. Show the muscle becoming SLIGHTLY injured by showing redness and some swelling of the muscle.
6. While the muscle is throbbing, show the fascia becoming more thick and more dense. It will proliferate and grow into thicker density. (By this point you are zoomed in very microscopically). Show how this increased density prevents the muscle from sliding. It prevent proper motion. Also pain-sensitive nerves grow into the thick fascia and cause pain. Pain signals are sent to the brain.
7. Zoom out just a little bit so that you can still see the structure of the fascia, but now you can see the skin layer come back.
8. Show the tool edge at a 45 degree angle "scrapping" over the skin and pulling and stretching the underyling fascia. Maybe some of the fibrils of the fascia "release" or break.
9. Show how flexibility and mobility are restored and the muscle can heal and move properly again.
“Good job. Thanks. ”
branttucker, United States.