EBOOK-for your computer or digital device- This groundbreaking book is the first one published in English on Mechanical Link, the manual-therapy system developed by renowned French osteopath Paul Chauffour.
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BOOK - New Approach to the Vagus Nerve and Autonomic Nervous System - This book presents the functional importance of the autonomic nervous system (ANS) in the physiological, behavioral, and psychological balance in humans. Older and dualistic concepts of the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems hold that they operate in complementary and opposing ways. In this text the reader will discover a new system with three hierarchical levels arranged according to their functions for adaptation, survival, and homeostasis. Although this book was written by an osteopath, it will benefit all therapists of the body, mind, and spirit who search to deepen their comprehension of human functioning.
EBOOK-for your computer or digital device- In the past, there was not much attention paid to the connection between our gut health and emotional health. Current research is showing us an ever closer and more intimate relationship between the two. This book shares those insights and demonstrates why recovery in one area depends on recovery in the other and offers practical strategies from Nikki’s research, personal journey, and twenty five years of professional practice.
EBOOK-for your computer or digital device -CranioSacral Therapy (CST) is a gentle, hands-on method of evaluating and enhancing the functioning of a physiological body system called the craniosacral system — comprised of the membranes and cerebrospinal fluid that surround and protect the brain and spinal cord.
EBOOK-for your computer or digital device- Organized by bone, each technique is illustrated through remarkable drawings which graphically depict the placement and movement of the practitioner's hands on the patient's head. Accompanying text systematically describes the purpose of the technique, the position of both patient and practitioner, the points of contact, and the movement of hands and fingers in relation to the cranial motion.
EBOOK-for your computer or digital device- This volume contains all of the articles on the subject of Sacro Occipital Technique that were published in the chiropractic peer-reviewed literature from 1984 through early 2000. Developed by Major Bertrand DeJarnette, D.C., Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT) is a comprehensive method for the diagnosis and treatment of neuromusculoskeletal dysfunction. DeJarnette applied the principles of engineering, osteopathy, and chiropractic to his conception of the body as a three dimensional holographic matrix. It is a view which encompasses the interrelationships that exist among the body and gravity, the viscera, cranial bones, cerebrospinal fluid, and meningeal dynamics, together with local and general endocrinological, neurological, and energetic effects.
EBOOK-for your computer or digital device- In this ground-breaking work, the author describes the structure and motion of the sutures in much greater detail than ever before, showing with extensive photographic evidence how the bones of the cranium actually move, and how the practitioner can optimally affect that movement.
EBOOK-for your computer or digital device- Ligamentous Articular Strain provides clear instructions and vivid illustrations which will enable the trained practitioner to quickly gain proficiency in these techniques. It also presents a cogent approach to working with the concepts of the key lesion and the bowstring, first developed by Rollin Becker.
EBOOK-for your computer or digital device- This book is a compilation of the philosophy and techniques of the early masters of osteopathy, from A.T. Still to William Sutherland, Anne Wales to Carl Philip McConnell, and many others. Much of this philosophy, and many of the techniques, are no longer taught in current courses at osteopathic schools.