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everyone likely to be dignosed with dementia

Started by gary lutz in General. Last reply by Andrew Pallas 10 hours ago. 1 Reply

At fifty five quid a time.It has been demonstrated that whenever a fee is paid for a diagnosis the outcome is overdiagnosis.Anyone see any problems with this?Continue

DO's practicing cranial in London?

Started by Sarah in General. Last reply by Nancy yesterday. 1 Reply

Hi all, I am looking for recommendations/suggestions for DO's practicing in London who utilizes cranial osteopathy in their practice. A patient is moving from Toronto (Canada) and is hoping to find someone to continue care with in the UK. She is not…Continue

Moving to online clinic notes

Started by Edward Paget in General. Last reply by Edward Paget yesterday. 8 Replies

Has anyone had experience of taking a clinic from paper based note taking to an online platform.We are contemplating the shift for a number of reasons,but I'd like to hear from anyone who has done it to see if there are any glaring pitfalls I should…Continue

GOsC news

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

In current edition of The Osteopath, it's so reassuring to see the GOsC spends more than twice as much on fitness to practice including legal than they do on education. That's a whooping £174.89 from each registrants annual subs.Surely that should…Continue

Cerumen, ear wax; nothing made in vain

Started by James R in Osteopathic Principles and Practice. Last reply by Robert Cartwright on Saturday. 1 Reply

In The Philosophy and Mechanical Principles of Osteopathy (1902), Still reminds us that Nature makes nothing in vain. He states that cerumen is 'one of the most important questions before the minds of our physiologists' (p. 297). Still is adamant…Continue

What to do if wheels really come off?

Started by Andrew Pallas in General. Last reply by Andrew Pallas on Saturday. 2 Replies

Having recently registered with a new dentist, I filled in the form including my "next of kin" details without batting an eyelid. Later I wondered why they needed that bit of information, which led me to consider whether or not I should be asking…Continue

Seated thoracic lifts

Started by David Webster in Osteopathic Methods and Techniques. Last reply by gary lutz Oct 16. 6 Replies

For performing seated lifts, what do people use as a fulcrum ? I have tried folded tea towel, hand towel and one or two other things with mixed success and always feel as though I need something firmer which is still comfortable. Do you use anything…Continue

Tags: Thoracic, Lifts, Technique

Ffs, relax!!

Started by Paul mcquade in General. Last reply by gary lutz Oct 14. 13 Replies

Please, any tips and advice on getting or helping patients to relax or telling them how to let their limbs go flacid.It drives me bonkers whenever they take over the movements or resist what I'm trying to do.Stopping shy of chloroform, what else do…Continue

Pain in the ass

Started by Rik Fulton in General. Last reply by Rik Fulton Oct 7. 9 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

Explaining cranial work to patients?!

Started by Toby Pollard-Smith in Seeking Other Practitioner Opinions. Last reply by gary lutz Oct 3. 4 Replies

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

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