This link actually supports the fact that there is micro tearing occurring which would cause scar tissue to form,
This video is talking about cardiac muscle, the fibres of the tunica are already aligned in their separate layers it shows nothing about micro tear repairs,
In response to the link on subfailure repair without scaring this article talks on subfailure injuries in spinal ligaments leading to muscle control dysfunction,
And further to that this letter challenges the original to say that the muscle fascia should be included in the hypothesis not just the ligaments,
Similarly, subfailure injuries due to strenuous tissue extensions can be expected to occur in the TLF as commonly or even more often than in spinal ligaments. Indeed, this consideration is corroborated by the frequent presence of clusters of myofibroblasts—cells commonly associated with a tissue repair function—in muscular fasciae such as the fascia lata, plantar fascia and TLF
We therefore suggest that the TLF should be included as an additional element—besides the spinal ligamentous structures considered by the author—in the new explanatory model for chronic back pain proposed in the article. Although fascia has been neglected in back pain research during the last decades, this inclusion will provide a basis for further research and new therapeutic directions in application of the new hypothesis. Indeed, this promise can be readily illustrated by two examples: recent findings based on tissue sections from 32 adult bodies revealed a higher average density of myofibroblasts in the lumbar TLF (compared with other fasciae, such as the fascia lata or plantar fascia), indicative of a high presence of subfailure injuries. And a histological examination of the TLF in 24 chronic back pain patients reported a striking absence of mechanoreceptors normally found in this tissue. Both findings fit well into the suggested hypothesis of Panjabi, given our suggested inclusion of the TLF.
It’s precisely these clusters of fibroblasts that contribute to scar tissue formation and are toughening the tunica in their own right which I would suggest the iodine kills off.
Perhaps if the micro damage to the tunica was of controlled nature to be small enough that the remodeling occurred as the body intends it to then there may be no scar tissue, but if you are low on vitamin c or certain essential aminos in your diet then the collagen repair will be substandard any way. Add to this the fact that most PE enthusiasts get a little enthusiastic at some stage or another and you no longer have perfect subfailure conditions anymore.
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