BOOK - Decoding Fascia; Fascia: At the Heart of Manual Therapy Numerous studies have demonstrated the importance of fasciae in the organization andmanagement of the functioning of the body: their mechanical role is essential, as well as theirinterrelation with physiological and biochemical phenomena. The fascia connects all the structures of the body; it extends inside thecell to the nucleus thanks to microfilaments and microtubules and, through them,via the phenomena of mechano-conduction, it manages the organization of the cell.We come from a single cell, possessing a hereditary memory, whichwill give billions of cells. This means that each cell is capable ofmemory and that this memory is omnipresent, including at the peripheral level. Thefascia is also a privileged support of memory and a vector of psychosomaticsand somatopsychic.
BOOK - Manual Therapy Approach to the Brain, Volume 1 - This book presents an innovative manual approach to working with the brain, the most complex and fascinating part of the body, and a territory that seems essentially inaccessible. It is the result of a rich clinical experience, and a long empirical and pragmatic journey that Jean-Pierre Barral began over four decades ago.
BOOK - Advanced Visceral Manipulation; Neuroendocrine Approach to the Abdomen presents a global approach to dysfunctions of the abdomen, with innovative considerations as to how practitioners can have an influence on the neuroendocrine system. The focus is on Visceral Manipulation techniques that work with the neuroendocrine system, together with their effects on the abdomen and implications for the lower extremities.
BOOK - Craniosacral Therapy is the most practical, comprehensive textbook in this rapidly growing field of therapy involving the cranial bones, meningeal membranes, cerebrospinal fluids, and whole-body connective tissues.
BOOK - The first chapter looks at the cranial nerves and how they can be effectively influenced by craniosacral therapy. In the second chapter, the author, through words and pictures, dissects the fascial anatomy of the neck from the perspective of the craniosacral system. Chapter 3 scrutinizes the temporomandibular joint and TMJ syndrome. The final chapter focuses on those concepts and discoveries which have unfolded in Dr. Upledger's clinical practice since the publication of his first book.
BOOK - The Fasciae: Anatomy, Dysfunction and Treatment is the first book to organize the wealth of available information concerning fascial tissues from the fields of embryology, anatomy, histology, and pathology. It describes the roles and mechanisms of the fasciae, and details appropriate testing and treatment techniques. The book is richly illustrated with color and black and white drawings throughout.
BOOK - The Female Pelvis was written for women to use over the course of their lives, with a special emphasis on pregnancy, childbirth, and its aftermath. Its purpose is to help women become more familiar with the pelvis and its related structures, and how to keep them healthy and fit.
BOOK - Since the time of Hippocrates, medical practitioners have noted the clinical significance of temperature changes found over different parts of the body. In Manual Thermal Evaluation Jean-Pierre Barral brings this form of diagnosis into the new millennium.