Mind, Matter and motion (inbunden)
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Mind, Matter and motion (inbunden)

Mind, Matter and motion

Tradition and Innovation in Osteopathy

Inbunden Engelska, 2020-01-28
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This book is an adventurous foray into the subtle aspects of osteopathic diagnosis and treatment, the 'energetic' dimension in relation to the Lesion, the patient/practitioner exchange and touch; the clinical 'art' and the alchemy of practice. The role of visualisation and intention; the mind/matter dichotomy; the evolving view of osteopathy in relation to its proud legacy, and its often troubled place within the medical world. The vital balance between tradition and innovation and the enduring importance of our fundamental principles. Much of this book is relevant to other healthcare practices and might have appeal for other health professionals who also share some interest in osteopathy.
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