Dr. Andrew Taylor Still laid down the philosophy and mechanical principles of a whole new approach to medicine at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries. He named his new medicine “osteopathy”. Therefore it may be reasonable to assert that one can only claim to practise osteopathy if one works according … Sigue leyendo Why Don’t Osteopaths Practise Like Osteopaths?
Osteopathy and Chiropractic: What’s the Difference?
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On Clicks, Cracks and Crunches
In Osteopathy, Research and Practice (1910), the originator of osteopathy, Dr. A.T. Still, wrote: 'One asks, "how must we pull a bone to replace it?" I reply, pull it to its proper place and leave it there. One man advises you to pull all bones you attempt to set until they "pop." That "popping" is … Sigue leyendo On Clicks, Cracks and Crunches
Holistic Medical Systems Do NOT Treat the Cause
I am going to say something controversial. Holistic health systems do not "treat the cause". It is so often stated that they do, in contrast to conventional ("allopathic") medicine which "just dispenses drugs and surgery". This is not true. "Finding the cause" is proper to good conventional medicine. You are feeling weak and tired and … Sigue leyendo Holistic Medical Systems Do NOT Treat the Cause
An Approach to Chronic and Complex Health Problems
I have a special interest in the treatment of chronic and more complex problems. The word "chronic" means that a problem has been present for a long time, technically more than 6 months. Some problems, such as generalised osteoarthritis, have a naturally chronic course. In the case of osteoarthritis, this is because joint degeneration is, … Sigue leyendo An Approach to Chronic and Complex Health Problems