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SCCO Magazine, Issue 41
Summer 2019 – Experiencing Stillness
Edited by Mark Wilson
SCCO Magazine, Issue 40
Summer 2017 – Tuning In: Achieving the right osteopathic wavelength
Edited by John Silverstone
SCCO Magazine, Issue 39
Autumn 2016 – Osteopathic responses to sleep issues and ageing
SCCO Magazine, Issue 38
Autumn 2015 – What is the foundation for health? The relationships between Osteopathy and Dentistry
The author describes the second edition of this groundbreaking book not as an instruction manual but as a response to the frequently asked question: ‘What is (bio)tensegrity?’. Biotensegrity…
Nicette SERGUEEF, Kenneth NELSON
Although textbooks on the subject of Osteopathy have been in print for over 100 years, there is little material specifically addressing the treatment of adults over…
Jean-Claude GUIMBERTEAU, Colin ARMSTRONG
This richly illustrated book, with accompanying DVD and website, presents Dr Guimberteau’s groundbreaking work, and explains its significance for manual therapists and movement teachers, and its…
The healing arts involve a complex range of skills which each practitioner draws together in a unique way. These skills, attitudes and perspectives complement the scientific basis underpinning…
This book serves as a primer for professionals, such as doctors, physical therapists, osteopaths, massage therapists, and fitness professionals, to give them a good grasp of what fascia…
Osteopathy, and Bowen therapy in particular, emphasises the importance of making therapeutic pauses during treatments. But it is not explained why a pause should be incorporated into the…
Numerous studies have made the ‘placebo effect’ the most-studied healing phenomenon known to mankind. In The Placebo Response in Manual Therapy Brian Fulton has drawn on these studies…
Torsten LIEM, Paolo TOZZI, Anthony CHILA
The book aims:
To enable osteopaths – and other manual practitioners/bodyworkers – to understand the importance of fascia and its relevance to their work…..
Thoughts on osteopathic diagnosis and treatment
The art of osteopathy has always been based on a body of anatomical and physiological theory and data but it has recently been…
The first edition sold out in 2014 and the second edition has been considerably revised and updated.
To help further our understanding of cranial osteopathy, Handoll…
Anne CANARELLI, D.O. (Qc) and Laurent & Lucas THEILLET (photographers)
27 world-renown osteopaths tell their story (available in French and English) – please note that this book will be sent…