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EBOOK-Visceral Manipulation

EBOOK-for your computer or digital device Visceral Manipulation I This classic textbook, revised in 2006, explores the author's  central premise of Visceral Manipulation.  It's based on the relationship of structure and function among the body's internal organs, and how that relationship can affect and dictate overall health and well-being.

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EBOOK-Visceral Manipulation II

EBOOK-for your computer or digital device Visceral Manipulation II Barral expands on the Visceral Manipulation concepts and techniques presented in Volume I. Here, he provides the reader with new perspectives on the pathology of visceral disorders, diagnosis, indications for treatment and therapeutic techniques.

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EBOOK-CranioSacral Therapy II: Beyond the Dura

EBOOK-for your computer or digital device 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.

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EBOOK-Trauma: An Osteopathic Approach

EBOOK-for your computer or digital device This well-researched, richly illustrated book begins with an overview of the biomechanics of trauma. The authors demonstrate how an osteopathic-based mechanical approach to trauma can be applied to the entire body, with a special focus on the phenomenon of whiplash. From here they move on to a functional-anatomical approach, focusing on the skull and other aspects of the central nervous system, as well as the structures that surround and protect it. Finally, they view trauma from the perspective of how it affects the different tissues and systems of the body, including the osteoarticular, visceral, and vascular systems, and the various sequelae that can occur in each of these systems.

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