Overview

La osteopat­a craneal est¡ influida por dos fen³menos fisiol³gicos: el movimiento presente en las suturas craneales y el impulso r­tmico en el interior del cr¡neo que es distinto de cualquier otra pulsaci³n conocida. Estos fen³menos, descubiertos y estudiados por W.G.Sutherland han sido descritos bajo la denominaci³n de mecanismo de respiraci³n primaria y, se sabe, afectan a todo el cuerpo. Este mecanismo se manifiesta por una movilidad en el cr¡neo y en el sacro, conducida por la duramadre craneal y espinal. Por...
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La osteopatía craneal

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Overview

La osteopat­a craneal est¡ influida por dos fen³menos fisiol³gicos: el movimiento presente en las suturas craneales y el impulso r­tmico en el interior del cr¡neo que es distinto de cualquier otra pulsaci³n conocida. Estos fen³menos, descubiertos y estudiados por W.G.Sutherland han sido descritos bajo la denominaci³n de mecanismo de respiraci³n primaria y, se sabe, afectan a todo el cuerpo. Este mecanismo se manifiesta por una movilidad en el cr¡neo y en el sacro, conducida por la duramadre craneal y espinal. Por lo tanto, y de acuerdo con las leyes de la mec¡nica, cualquier movimiento de uno de sus componentes mueve las otras partes autom¡ticamente.
Partiendo de estos conocimientos, la osteopat­a puede aplicarse al cr¡neo para conocer: la producci³n de las lesiones, sus efectos fisiol³gicos, su diagn³stico y su correcci³n.
Esta nueva obra de L©opold Busquet nos introduce en el tratamiento osteop¡tico craneal, a trav©s del conocimiento del mecanismo de respiraci³n primaria y de la movilidad de cr¡neo, para, a continuaci³n, ense±arnos c³mo tratar las lesiones de la s­nfisis esfenobasilar, y c³mo aprovechar la movilidad del occipital, esfenoides, etmoides, temporal, frontal, v³mer, maxilares, huesos de la nariz, unguis, palatino, malar y parietal.
El texto va acompa±ado de m¡s de 500 figuras que clarifican tanto la posici³n exacta del hueso como su movilidad.
La revista Sciences M©dicales ha calificado la obra de "excelente tanto por el texto como por los esquemas, siendo su aporte tem¡tico indispensable para aplicar este tratamiento".
El autor, L©opold Busquet, es director del centro de formaci³n Les cha®nes musculaires.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788499101224
  • Publisher: Paidotribo S.L.
  • Publication date: 7/18/2011
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: Bookwire
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: 3
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 450
  • File size: 13 MB
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