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Science in the Art of Osteopathy

Osteopathic Principles and Practice

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Science in the Art of Osteopathy: Osteopathic Principles and Practice by Caroline Stone
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Discusses fundamental anatomy and physiology in the context of osteopathic practice.Bridges the gap between empirical osteopathy and modern Western medicine.Explores the role of osteopathy in current healthcare practice.Reviews all major areas of osteopathic principles, practice and management styles.Case studies are used to demonstrate the efficiency of osteopathy for a wide range of conditions

Table of Contents

Placing osteopathy in relation to health-care philosophies and systems; adaptness to function; body structure, motion and physiology; signalling, communication and change; comparison and contrasts within biomechanical models; fluid dynamics and body movement; principles of evaluation.
Release date NZ
October 21st, 1999
Contributor
Illustrated by Oxford Designers and Illustrators
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
illustrations
Imprint
Nelson Thornes Ltd
Pages
384
Dimensions
190x246x21
ISBN-13
9780748733286
Product ID
2064693

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