Osteopathic Medicine: A Reformation in Progress

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Marc S. Micozzi
Churchill Livingstone, 2001 - Medical - 137 pages
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Osteopathic medicine is a holistic method of health care that focuses on manipulative treatments to maintain the harmonious balance of the body's interactions. OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE: A Reformation in Progress offers a broad-based introduction to the basic tenets of osteopathic medicine, from the roots of osteopathic reformation to its present and future role in primary care medicine. It addresses the problems that the osteopathic profession has faced and continues to face, and offers concrete and proactive recommendations for the future. Both osteopathic practitioners and physicians who practice mainstream medicine can benefit from the theories and practices presented in this intriguing text.

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Contents

THE PRESENT
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Primary Care Medicine
56
Osteopathic Medical Education
102
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