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Donald Scott replied to Robert Hale's discussion 'Charitable access to full text scientific papers needed for young student'
"I think all undergraduates should be provided with all data free of charge within the EU. We pay…"
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Michael Greer replied to Robert Hale's discussion 'Charitable access to full text scientific papers needed for young student'
"- Typing in the name of the article and adding 'AND Pdf' will sometimes come up with the…"
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Sutherland Cranial College Module 2 Osteopathy in the Cranial Field - £950 at Columbia Hotel London

September 14, 2015 at 9am to September 18, 2015 at 5pm
This 40 hour course will help you understand how treating the involuntary mechanism (IVM) can be…See More
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Julia Spivack replied to Ronan O'Brien's discussion 'I’m a DO, and it is a beautiful thing. We must keep our identity.'
"The word "questions" in penultimate sentence should not be there - my iPad has a mind of…"
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Julia Spivack replied to Ronan O'Brien's discussion 'I’m a DO, and it is a beautiful thing. We must keep our identity.'
"Hi Gina, I could not agree more - I love the way you have spoken form the heart - Thankyou. What…"
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Robert Hale replied to Robert Hale's discussion 'Charitable access to full text scientific papers needed for young student'
"Andrew, thank you very much for your interest and for taking the time to write down these useful…"
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Andrew Cook replied to Robert Hale's discussion 'Charitable access to full text scientific papers needed for young student'
"I had this problem myself.   I hope that she can get direct free online access somewhere…"
Jul 18
sonia Robert is attending gary lutz's event

Saturday osteopathy natter at medway osteopathic clinic

August 1, 2015 from 2pm to 7pm
Saturday afternoon 1st August 2015I've not thought about osteopathy much in the last 10 years. I've…See More
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Charitable access to full text scientific papers needed for young student

Started by Robert Hale in General. Last reply by Donald Scott 20 hours ago. 4 Replies

There is no harm in asking. A young student of Sports and Exercise Science in Italy (my daughter, in fact) needs to access full text versions of the scientific literature relevant to her undergraduate dissertation. Her university has told her that…Continue

I’m a DO, and it is a beautiful thing. We must keep our identity.

Started by Ronan O'Brien in General. Last reply by Julia Spivack Jul 19. 6 Replies

A heartflet plea from an American DO about the state of osteopathy in America, and particularly the negative impact the insurance industry and allopathatic medical lobby is having on osteopathic practice there. …Continue

osteopathy around the world

Started by bruno rozenmlaum in Seeking Other Practitioner Opinions. Last reply by gary lutz Jul 13. 1 Reply

Hello, my name is bruno, im a DO.i came from france to israel, and i have to say that osteopathy is very common in france but not in israel yet, im working on it with my team. we have to tech the method, what do you think about it?there are more…Continue

Tags: israel, osteopathic

Counterstrain for restless leg syndrome

Started by martin cooper in Osteopathic Methods and Techniques Jul 8. 0 Replies

Hello all,I wonder if anyone can help me find the counterstrain points most likely to help restless legs? Googling suggests there are points known as Longden's specific points for the condition but i can't find a description of them anywhere.Thanks.Continue

Tags: leg, syndrome., Restless, release, Positional

Osteopathic Research on Heart Disease - Louisa Burns DO (video)

Started by Ronan O'Brien in General. Last reply by Maor Netsah Jul 7. 42 Replies

"Though this video may look antiquated by todays standards, it provides a remarkable demonstration of the effects of somatic dysfunction on cardiac anatomy and physiology. Osteopathy, a uniquely American phenomenon, emerged in the late 19th century.…Continue

Osteopathic specialisation will it go against ASA guidelines

Started by Mark Brewer in General. Last reply by Mark Brewer Jul 6. 4 Replies

Hi allThe gosc wants to develop osteopathic specialist, to allow patients to easily identify those that have experience treating certain conditions. My concern is that by becoming a specialist may cause you to breach the ASA guidelines and cause…Continue

For sale

Started by Paul mcquade in General Jul 1. 0 Replies

I have a copy of Travell & Simons' Mysfascial Pain & Dysfunction Trigger Point Manual (2nd edition) volumes 1&2 for sale, £100 + P&P. Perfect condition

Osteopathic Palpation. Are we really feeling what we think we're feeling?

Started by Monica Noij in General. Last reply by Maria Larrain Jul 1. 49 Replies

I’m throwing this out there because it’s a question I’m challenged by. In 2014 Torsten Liem wrote an article that was published in the IJOM - "…Continue

When pharmaceuticals get you down.

Started by Shivaun Riley in Outside the Box. Last reply by Christian Chemin Jul 1. 12 Replies

Maybe I should stop asking my patients what medications they are on. It is just too depressing listing the cocktails they are taking for fatigue, pain, hypothyroidism, depression, insomnia, etc.... There are never any investigations biochemical or…Continue

Book or pamphlet recommendation for parents to help them treat simple, common chlldhood

Started by Shivaun Riley in Seeking Other Practitioner Opinions. Last reply by Noel Adams Jun 20. 2 Replies

illnesses and manage symptoms with advice for when to get professional and medical help.Hi,I was wondering if anyone could recommend any titles with an osteopathic, naturopathic, natural hygiene slant with kitchen cupboard remedies and sound…Continue

 
 
 

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