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Donald Scott replied to Melvin Jessup's discussion 'Good Thinking Investigates Osteopathy'
"Their response will be interesting and probably deserves its own discussion and thread? "
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Billy Chooi replied to Steve Swift's discussion 'Loss of taste and smell following a cold'
"Hi Steve - I had a similar patient recently (he came in originally for a shoulder condition). He…"
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gary lutz replied to Melvin Jessup's discussion 'Good Thinking Investigates Osteopathy'
"as for the validity of many drug trials... The Gambia has a permanent site for the Medical Research…"
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gary lutz replied to Melvin Jessup's discussion 'Good Thinking Investigates Osteopathy'
"For fear of being tiresome and repetitive: I've only actually done two quantitative analyses…"
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Andrew Cook replied to Melvin Jessup's discussion 'Good Thinking Investigates Osteopathy'
"thanks Gary - succinct as usual - Sorry about that Monica - I just need to have a rant now and…"
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gary lutz replied to Melvin Jessup's discussion 'Good Thinking Investigates Osteopathy'
"...and because a lot of medical practitioners don't seem to realise they are working from a…"
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Andrew Cook replied to Melvin Jessup's discussion 'Good Thinking Investigates Osteopathy'
"That's interesting, Monica - we seem to have had very different reading lists, resulting in…"
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Good Thinking Investigates Osteopathy

Started by Melvin Jessup in General. Last reply by Donald Scott on Friday. 22 Replies

You might be aware that Good thinking Society following their success with the British Chiropractic association and Singh concerning treatment claims which resulting the the High Court case, have turned their attentions towards Osteopathy and…Continue

Loss of taste and smell following a cold

Started by Steve Swift in Seeking Other Practitioner Opinions. Last reply by Billy Chooi Apr 28. 1 Reply

A patient has asked me if there is anything osteopaths can do for a loss of smell and taste after a cold. Her mother lost her sense of smell and taste while she had a cold but over 6 weeks after the cold has gone, her taste and smell have not…Continue

Is vaccination against osteopathic philosophy?

Started by Samuel Lidgley in General. Last reply by Monica Noij Apr 21. 26 Replies

The evidence is confusing. What are your thoughts?

visual snow

Started by sonia Robert in General. Last reply by sonia Robert Apr 17. 2 Replies

Can anyone tell me if they have had success treating patients complaining of visual snow?Continue

Dental trauma

Started by Paul mcquade in General. Last reply by george tseng Apr 11. 6 Replies

A long term client presented recently following dental work to lower left rear molars. 3 injections and mouth kept open for 1hr. 2 weeks later and she is still suffering and unable to open mouth fully. Dentist admitted mistakeDentist advised using…Continue

Help & advice needed

Started by Miles Cowan in General. Last reply by george tseng Apr 11. 9 Replies

Over the past few weeks I have noticed what would appear to be all the symptoms of a bilateral carpal tunnel/ medium nerve compression. This has come on gradually and insidiously with pain, numbness...that wakes me up at night...especially affecting…Continue

Bone bruising, ligamentous injury, ACL injury, the Connection

Started by george tseng in Osteopathic Principles and Practice Apr 11. 0 Replies

Bone bruising, ligamentous injury, ACL injury, the ConnectionIt can be said that Ligamentous injury and instability are usually not truly due to ligamentous tear per se, but due to bone bruising.With bone bruising, ligaments are contracted to…Continue

Tags: CST, Instant, Healing, Biodynamics, ligamentous

Why Breath Training should be a part of osteopathic practice, if we believe function governs structure.

Started by Michael Lingard in Osteopathic Principles and Practice. Last reply by Michael Lingard Apr 5. 1 Reply

·An integral part of osteopathic thinking is the concept "function governs structure ', this is why I believe breath training should be incorporated into every osteopathic practice. The best explanation I have yet seen is by an orthodontist, John…Continue

Tags: development, orthodontics, chil, training, breath

Who Owns Osteopathy House?

Started by Donald Scott in General. Last reply by Melvin Jessup Apr 4. 19 Replies

Simple question, but what is the answer?Continue

Tags: Osteopathy House, SW1

Book Review - Fascia in Sport and Movement, edited by Robert Schleip

Started by Toby Pollard-Smith in Research Apr 1. 0 Replies

This lastest offering from Robert Schleip and Amanda Baker represents a further valuable addition to the ever-expanding literature on fascia, this time with a focus on sports training and other movement-based patient rehabilitation strategies.…Continue

Tags: gyro, tonics, plyometrics, Schleip, yoga

 
 
 

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