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

This lastest offering from Robert Schleip and Amanda Baker represents a further valuable addition…See More
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gary lutz replied to Samuel Lidgley's discussion 'Is vaccination against osteopathic philosophy?'
"if you can metabolise them, no problems as long as you can excrete the end products :) "
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Robert Hale replied to Samuel Lidgley's discussion 'Is vaccination against osteopathic philosophy?'
"Well, I take the "I don't use drugs, I don't want to poison my body" line with…"
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Andrew Pallas replied to Samuel Lidgley's discussion 'Is vaccination against osteopathic philosophy?'
"I have noticed a few times over the years patients saying something along the lines of …"
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Noel Adams replied to Samuel Lidgley's discussion 'Is vaccination against osteopathic philosophy?'
"I treated a paediatrician once who had refused to vaccinate her newborn child. The reason was,…"
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post knee surgery online resource

mykneeguide.comis an app and website that lets your pre and post op patients get a better…See More
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Robert Cartwright replied to Samuel Lidgley's discussion 'Is vaccination against osteopathic philosophy?'
"Yes Andrew, emotive is the right word for this kind of marketing. These kinds of videos are for…"
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Andrew Pallas replied to Samuel Lidgley's discussion 'Is vaccination against osteopathic philosophy?'
"Very emotive, but still presumes evidence. No mention of the fact that the vast majority of the…"
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Book Review - Fascia in Sport and Movement, edited by Robert Schleip

Started by Toby Pollard-Smith in Research 1 hour ago. 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

Is vaccination against osteopathic philosophy?

Started by Samuel Lidgley in General. Last reply by gary lutz 2 hours ago. 18 Replies

The evidence is confusing. What are your thoughts?

post knee surgery online resource

Started by gary lutz in General on Monday. 0 Replies

mykneeguide.comis an app and website that lets your pre and post op patients get a better understanding of what's involved. I used it yesterday to dissuade a carer from getting her 90 year old 7 day post op charge moving about too much. She was all…Continue

Help & advice needed

Started by Miles Cowan in General. Last reply by gary lutz on Friday. 8 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

Dental trauma

Started by Paul mcquade in General. Last reply by george tseng on Friday. 5 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

old fashioned CPD

Started by gary lutz in General. Last reply by gary lutz Mar 26. 3 Replies

Just done an interesting session on shoulder injuries in osteopathic practice, how to avoid them and how to treat them. Fun stuff and everyone had comfy shoulders after the event. We built in a bit of mutual feedback too...now to weave a bit of…Continue

Who Owns Osteopathy House?

Started by Donald Scott in General. Last reply by Donald Scott Mar 25. 16 Replies

Simple question, but what is the answer?Continue

Tags: Osteopathy House, SW1

Reflex Principles of Immunological Homeostasis - A new old idea

Started by Robert Hale in General. Last reply by Donald Scott Mar 18. 6 Replies

In case my colleagues had not come across it, I would like to point attention to an article by Kevin J. Tracey, a neurosurgeon and researcher, published in Scientific American (March 2015 issue), entitled "Electronic Medicine Fights Disease".Tracey…Continue

metformin and Vitamin B12

Started by gary lutz in General. Last reply by gary lutz Mar 18. 2 Replies

I was reading an article dated 2010 which stated that the author was unaware of any previous work demonstrating the vitamin b12 deficiency that can result from long term use of metformin in type two diabetics.The UK has been using the drug since…Continue

Introducing the New CPD Proposals–What do we Think?

Started by Donald Scott in Seeking Other Practitioner Opinions. Last reply by Donald Scott Mar 17. 37 Replies

In this morning's post arrived a large envelop with the long awaited proposed CPD changes. There is an invitation to consider and appraise the new scheme and the GOsC suggest that these consultations will end on 31st May, 2015.I'm interested in…Continue

Tags: Osteopathic Practice Standards, Clinical Supervision, CPD

 
 
 

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