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“In today’s world of “modern scientific medicine” we would need a double-blind, controlled study published in a peer-reviewed medical journal to prove that apples fall from trees before we could accept the concept of gravity ”
Clinical trial vs. Clinical judgment”
American Academy of Environmental Medicine Newsletter 1986/85
Research by Viola Frymann, of the Osteopathic Center for Children in San Diego, California, conducted on over a thousand infants …
Trauma by enlargement is the consequence of any internal or external experience that destabilizes the mental, emotional, physical and spiritual integrity of …
Osteopathic Manual Medicine is dedicated to the treatment and healing of the entire body, rather
than approaching a patient’s local …
The wide spectrum of osteopathic manipulation techniques focuses on the principle that body structure …
An Overview of Osteopathic Manipulation Techniques
Dr. Lavine points out that if you can enable the body to heal itself, there is less need for medication …
Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment Helps Olympic Speed Skater to Compete Despite Injury
Every child should be evaluated and treated immediately after birth. That is preventive medicine at its best. The sooner the child can be …
Early Evaluation Prevents Future Problems
Otitis media is a term for several conditions that can affect the …
Otitis Media: An Osteopathic Approach
Fresh foods are commonly regarded as being the most nutrient-rich. rich. From an extensive review of the …
From the Farm to the Kitchen Table
In the beginning, the priestly function was also the healing function; the physician and the priest were one.
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