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Explaining cranial work to patients?!

As a newly qualified osteopath who has recently completed my basic cranial training, I now find…See More
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gary lutz replied to Rik Fulton's discussion 'Pain in the ass'
"The first case sounds like  a 5th lumbar forward bending on the sacral base.. Have you tried…"
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Andrew Cook replied to Rik Fulton's discussion 'Pain in the ass'
"Do some of them also have blocked sinuses?"
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Pain in the ass

Recently I've had a spate of pts presenting with sciatic type symptoms with no discernable cause.…See More
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gary lutz replied to Paul mcquade's discussion 'Fair or not?'
"Just as an aside can you imagine this question on a forum for personal trainers? "An osteopath…"
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Explaining cranial work to patients?!

Started by Toby Pollard-Smith in Seeking Other Practitioner Opinions. Last reply by Andrew Cook 4 hours ago. 1 Reply

As a newly qualified osteopath who has recently completed my basic cranial training, I now find myself itching to use what I have learnt, but with a list of patients who are perhaps more used to having structural treatment.I have had some pleasing…Continue

Tags: explanation, patient, osteopathy, cranial

Pain in the ass

Started by Rik Fulton in General. Last reply by gary lutz yesterday. 2 Replies

Recently I've had a spate of pts presenting with sciatic type symptoms with no discernable cause. Symptoms starting in the buttock and radiating with various degrees. One pt with symptoms when he stands up or sits down but can play a round of golf…Continue

Fair or not?

Started by Paul mcquade in General. Last reply by gary lutz on Monday. 3 Replies

I've just had an interesting discussion with a personal trainer at the gym, who likened physios to being like personal trainers who do a bit of massage. I laughed and agreed.I'm not a trained physio but have had personal experience of them, hence…Continue

Classical Osteopathic Treatment of Scoliosis by Mervyn Waldman

Started by Ronan O'Brien in General. Last reply by george tseng on Friday. 1 Reply

Download Powerpoint of talk presented by Mervyn Waldman  at OCC Paediatric Conference 2012Related Video 1:Video 2:Continue

Tags: osteopathy, classical, paediatrics

Another reason for recommending older patients reduce their use of NSAI's

Started by Donald Scott in Seeking Other Practitioner Opinions on Friday. 0 Replies

There have been extensive research findings published on the long-term use of NASAI's in the management of chronic  back, neck, hip and knee pain. The majority question their effectiveness in all but the short term. This recent systematic review is…Continue

Tags: Ibuprofen, thrombosis, iatrogenic illness, diclofenac, chronic inflammatory disease

The empowerment of osteopaths

Started by gary lutz in General. Last reply by gary lutz Sep 24. 5 Replies

There are over 2700 members on Sacral Musings and scarcely 20 post regularly.I understand the idea that one should not raise one's head above the parapet to avoid it being shot off but if you want more from your life as a practitioner this might be…Continue

Has medicine left us in the dark ages?

Started by gary lutz in General. Last reply by gary lutz Sep 24. 10 Replies

http://www.mensjournal.com/magazine/the-body-that-heals-itself-20140217I remember telling an orthopaedic surgeon many years ago that we treated the congestion (of…Continue

Should we stop recommending fish oils to our patients?

Started by Donald Scott in Seeking Other Practitioner Opinions Sep 21. 0 Replies

Like many others I have for as long as I can remember recommending omega 3 fatty acids (EPA/DHA) in the form of fish oils to our patients. For people who have circulation defects, arthritis, bone density issues and chronic inflammatory/auto-immune…Continue

Tags: The Risk and Prevention Study Collaborative Group, Inflammation, Processed Oils, Fish Oils, EPA/DHA

Post Scottish Referendum Regulation?

Started by Donald Scott in Seeking Other Practitioner Opinions. Last reply by gary lutz Sep 20. 9 Replies

What are the implications of separation from the United Kingdom for those of us who live and work in Scotland?Will there be a change in the status of Scottish osteopaths if Thursday's vote brings with it separation from the UK?Continue

Tags: Osteopathic Register, Regulation, Devo-Max

is anyone else using a .tel site?

Started by gary lutz in General Sep 20. 0 Replies

For an easy summary of your practice that fits mobile platforms.Mine is : medwayosteo.telMakes it short and sweet and easy to find. (Osteopath.tel would be counterproductive, I'd have thought)Continue

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