Hardback, eBook
978-1-909141-74-2
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Published
22 November 2016
Handspring Publishing

£24.95 GBP / $37.50 USD

Osteopathy, Physical Therapy, Massage Therapy, Mind-body Therapies




Finding the Health

Thoughts on osteopathic diagnosis and treatment

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Robert LEVER

Robert Lever BA DO is a highly-skilled and well-respected practising osteopath with over 40 years’ of experience in providing holistic and compassionate care.

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The art of osteopathy has always been based on a body of anatomical and physiological theory and data but it has recently been expanded in exciting ways involving contemporary thinking in physics and biology that tell us more about disease causation and tissue function. This book brings these two fields of thinking together.

The author is now recognised as deep thinker in the field of osteopathy and has developed an international following since the publication of his first book At the Still Point. He puts into clear and understandable prose the ideas and feelings that many osteopaths experience but find difficult to express.

The application of concept, theory and, above all, principle, is the real challenge and it is by addressing these with penetration and relevance that the book allows the practitioner to ‘find the health’ rather than merely attempting to confront disease.

Prologue

Introduction

  1. Finding the health and the holistic paradigm
  2. The Diagnostic Framework
  3. Focal points: less is more
  4. Listening touch, projection and intention: reaching the Total Lesion
  5. The Lesion: somatic dysfunction for osteopaths
  6. Structure and patterns of unwellness: examples
  7. Transcending technique
  8. The Magic of Correction
  9. ‘Classical’, ‘Cranial’ …..What does it all mean?
  10. As treatment unfolds
  11. Stress and Trauma
  12. Wider connections for both patient and practitioner
  13. Prognosis: pathology versus dysfunction
  14. The Practitioner Experience

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