BOOK - An important book written at the inception of CST! It includes the research papers from the 1970's that Dr. John and Retzlaff did at Michigan State University, and has before and after photos of some of the case studies.
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BOOK - The book and accompanying DVD provide, for the first time, an explanatory introduction and explanation of these theories and link them to the visual evidence shown in the video on the DVD.This material will be highly valued by osteopaths, massage therapists, chiropractors and others as it provides part of the scientific underpinning of their techniques, as well as an explanation of what is happening when they use those techniques to treat their clients. So Guimberteau's material confirms what manual therapists already believed but didn't fully understand. He has provided an explanation of how fascial layers slide over each other and how adjacent structures can move independently in different directions and at different speeds while maintaining the stability of the surrounding tissues.
BOOK - Manual Lymphatic Techniques for the Orthopedic Manual Therapist addresses the application of various lymphatic techniques to many orthopedic ailments and sports injuries such as bursitis, tendonitis, low back pain, shoulder pain, knee pain, as well as post operative knees and shoulders by applying various lymphatic techniques. Practitioners will gain a new perspective to manual therapy for their orthopedic patient population.
BOOK - After a clear and concise theoretical description of stress and its consequences for health, the author presents cardiac coherence, a state of physiological well-being that is gaining popularity in France today. He lays out a collection of exercises and practices that lead the reader step by step towards physiological, emotional, and psychological balance.
BOOK - The Croissant Inside the Brain; The Legendary Manual Therapy of Jean-Pierre Barral, D.O., MRO(F): Peter Schwind presents an exciting story which includes case studies by Jean-Pierre Barral that seem almost too incredible. He tells about the exciting paths that Barral has gone down to finally end with the question of whether healing with hands is at all possible. And is it even possible to touch the brain through the cranium so sensitively that it finds a new life? A new life made possible by that which experts call the neuroplasticity of the brain.