Books about Osteopathy
Osteopathy is an approach to healthcare that emphasizes the role of the musculoskeletal system in health and disease. It is practised in the United Kingdom, the rest of the European Union, Israel, Canada, New Zealand and Australia. Osteopathy is not to be confused with the historically related but now distinct field, osteopathic medicine in the United States.
In most countries, osteopathy is a form of complementary medicine, emphasizing a holistic approach and the skilled use of a range of manual and physical treatment interventions in the prevention and treatment of disease. In practice, this most commonly relates to musculoskeletal problems such as back and neck pain. Osteopathic principles teach that treatment of the musculoskeletal system (bones, muscles and joints) facilitates the recuperative powers of the body. More »
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Treat Your Own Rotator Cuff
By Jim Johnson
*prevent a rotator cuff problem *get maximum shoulder joint stability*recover from a partial or full-thickness rotator cuff tear Treat Your Own Rotat...
Contributions of Thought
By William Garner Sutherland
Almost everyone is concerned about health these days, but the more information that is available, the more confusing it all becomes. Conventional medi...
Principles of osteopathic technic
By Harrison H Fryette
Harrison H. Fryette, DO, one of the most studious members of the osteopathic profession, was persuaded to write this book to record the results of his...
Strain and Counterstrain
By Lawrence H. Jones
1981 Hardcover edition. ISBN 0-940668-00-9. Includes case histories plus fully illustrated with black and white photos. A classic text by the founder ...
Tthe first Collected Papers of Irvin M. Korr, PhD was published in 1979. This book, volume 2, was published in 1997, just two years after Dr. Korr's 5...