Philosophy Of Osteopathy

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e drill - ob- 1 the which all a healthy .r morning, Lord! give '-ause exper- lemands when constructed neck, your minds in the jt anatomist, and successful Osteo- the neck, and its , blood and muscles and d below it, to say, "From ...
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e drill - ob- 1 the which all a healthy .r morning, Lord! give '-ause exper- lemands when constructed neck, your minds in the jt anatomist, and successful Osteo- the neck, and its , blood and muscles and d below it, to say, "From thou art great, O Lord /isdom is surely boundless, I must be wise to know for we find by a twist of 3 blind, deaf, spasmodic, lose y, and all that is known as the it division of the body all action and all muscles get their life— hair, with their nerves, glands and purity of blood supply, a healthy eye, good hearing, healthy action of brain with its magnetic and electric forces to the vital parts which sustain life, memory and reason, depend directly and wholly upon unlimited freedom of the circulatory system of nerves, blood and cerebral fluid.. They must be normal in action and quantity unembarrassed, otherwise bad hearing, ulcers of the ears, cross eyes, pterygium, cataract, granulated lids, staphyloma, lachrymosis and up to full list of diseases of the eye, with tonsilitis, injured voice, tumors and cancers of face, head, tongue, mouth and throat, along with erysipelas, blotches and pimples, and all diseases of the glandular system of the head and neck. Undoubtedly all these afflictions have their origin in obstructed normal action between the heart and the termination of all above it, for want of nerve and blood harmony. DEATH BLOWS. Remember that death blows are dealt out freely above the sternum by irritation and constriction of the parts above described. We should often refresh our minds, beginning with the muscles that connect the head and neck, and know to a certainty as we explore that junction that the capitas minor, major and lateralis, long and short of both anticus and posticus regions are indisputably nor- mal to yo...
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  • ISBN-13: 9781103351138
  • Publisher: BiblioBazaar
  • Publication date: 2/11/2009
  • Pages: 276
  • Product dimensions: 9.21 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 0.69 (d)

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e drill - ob- 1 the which all a healthy .r morning, Lord! give '-ause exper- lemands when constructed neck, your minds in the jt anatomist, and successful Osteo- the neck, and its , blood and muscles and d below it, to say, "From thou art great, O Lord /isdom is surely boundless, I must be wise to know for we find by a twist of 3 blind, deaf, spasmodic, lose y, and all that is known as the it division of the body all action and all muscles get their life— hair, with their nerves, glands and purity of blood supply, a healthy eye, good hearing, healthy action of brain with its magnetic and electric forces to the vital parts which sustain life, memory and reason, depend directly and wholly upon unlimited freedom of the circulatory system of nerves, blood and cerebral fluid.. They must be normal in action and quantity unembarrassed, otherwise bad hearing, ulcers of the ears, cross eyes, pterygium, cataract, granulated lids, staphyloma, lachrymosis and up to full list of diseases of the eye, with tonsilitis, injured voice, tumors and cancers of face, head, tongue, mouth and throat, along with erysipelas, blotches and pimples, and all diseases of the glandular system of the head and neck. Undoubtedly all these afflictions have their origin in obstructed normal action between the heart and the termination of all above it, for want of nerve and blood harmony. DEATH BLOWS. Remember that death blows are dealt out freely above the sternum by irritation and constriction of the parts above described. We should often refresh our minds, beginning with the muscles that connect the head and neck, and know to a certainty as we explore that junction that the capitas minor, major and lateralis,long and short of both anticus and posticus regions are indisputably nor- mal to yo...
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