Osteopathy is a system of medicine that remedies imbalance by working with the skeletal structure, influencing the nervous system and rebalancing the inner respiration of the body so as to encourage the individual's capacity to recover. Osteopathy involves a variety of techniques and can be used effectively for sports injuries, after accidents, during pregnancy, for growing disorders in children and for dental, visceral and cranial problems. In this book, two practising osteopaths explain simply and lucidly the basic principles of osteopathy: when to visit an osteopath; how osteopathy works; and specific conditions which osteopathy can relieve. Directories of useful names, addresses and further reading are also included.
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