CLINICAL APPLICATION OF COUNTERSTRAIN PDF
Building on the educational and clinical impact of Dr. Myers’ original work, Clinical Application of Counterstrain [ Osteopathic Press], the Compendium . With the publication of Clinical Application of Counterstrain, author Harmon L. Myers, DO, amplifies Dr Jones’ message, focusing on a practical. : Clinical Application of Counterstrain: first edition. pages. xx inches. In Stock.
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This work should find its way into the library of practitioners of multiple professions but particularly those in the osteopathic profession, as a major addition to the application of the osteopathic philosophy and principles in patient care.
You will receive an email whenever this article is corrected, updated, or cited in the literature. Not Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: In this unique at-a-glance presentation, doctor, author, lecturer, teacher, and nationally recognized master of Counterstrain, Harmon L.
ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Write a customer review. Practicality extends to the book’s physical elements as well. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. The first chapter, for example, deals with the use of counterstrain to treat patients with headache, neck pain, or temporomandibular dysfunction.
For those of us who teach OMT skills to others and who use OMT in patient treatment, this text applucation the best of myofascial-pain diagnosis with the best of counterstrain treatment from a master who is experienced with each.
Absorb Dr Myers’ practical clinical insights, and you will have gained something even more valuable—a new approach to better listen to and influence the story that your patient’s body is telling you. Share your thoughts with other customers. English Choose a language for shopping.
Throughout this book, osteopathic physicians and other healthcare practitioners will find material that will contribute to a wpplication respect for the clinical impact and diagnostic and therapeutic importance of musculoskeletal dysfunction. The sensible approach to instruction used in Dr Myers’ text demonstrates how counterstrain can best be taught to clinicians. The Trigger Point Manual.
Accessed April 7, Dr Myers’ exceptional skill in patient care and teaching and his integrated application of the osteopathic approach to medicine won trust and praise clinicap that clinic’s founder—Andrew Weil, MD, noted author of Spontaneous Healing. Tell them what to do and they will surprise you with their ingenuity. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs.
This soft-covered book is printed on exceptionally sturdy paper and bound with metal rings. Quotes from George S. I highly recommend this book to all healthcare practitioners. In addition, the trapezius, sternocleidomastoid, and other muscles are examined in this chapter for referring pain and dysfunction into the temporomandibular joint region.
Tucson Osteopathic Medical Foundation Compendium Edition, Clinical Application of Counterstrain
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Read more Read less. Other chapters in Clinical Application of Counterstrain highlight muscles, dysfunctions, and treatment techniques in the following body regions: Now applicztion hardcover for durability, Compendium Edition: Clinical Application of Counterstrain suggests that Dr Myers’ teaching approach shares a basic philosophical underpinning with General George S. Sutherland Cranial Teaching Foundation; You can manage this and all other alerts in My Account. There’s a problem loading this menu right now.
The clinician shines through in Clinical Application of Counterstrain, which consistently espouses the osteopathic philosophy of treating the whole patient.
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Besides ckinical clear and useful text, this book boasts detailed anatomic diagrams and large, colorful photographs of treatment positions. Moreover, Dr Myers’ message about integrating counherstrain into therapeutic intervention is clear, consistent, and pristinely practical.