Unified Field Theory of PE
Between all of us, we have more than 1/2 a brain. We should be able to come up with comprehensive theory of application of PE.
For example, based on the ligamentous stretch info, it appears that there is the low, medium and high tension approach. It seems that we should be able to categorize the different approaches in each of those catagories with the corresponding frequency and force range.
Lets just talk about pumping. It is becoming very apparent to me that this MUST fall in the low force, longer duration, frequent application range. I’ve tried to move it to the higher force categories, but you get too much fluid migration, which hinders progress.
Then we have stretching and hanging, which seems to be a approach that can be approached in all three categories.
Anyway, you get my drift. Each application has an appropriate force and duration range, that has its best effect in. Go below it, and little to no results. Go above and risk injury.
I understand each person is unique, yet similar. If this were not so, there wouldn’t be surgery or physical therapy or any medical art. We should be able to agree on some ranges (frequency, force and duration).
We have enough smart guys here that are well versed enough in there particular specialty that we should be able to put together a comprehensive guideline at least indicating force and frequency ranges that seem to have the greatest chance of success.
Anyway, just a thought.