Authors. In. J-F Chantepie/. Pérot This work is a synthesis of the techniques of osteopathic normalization of the spine using muscular energy. Operations are precisely described and are extensively illustrated. These techniques are stress-free, non traumatic and can be used on all types of patients without exception, on children as well as on the elderly.
Authors. In. Chantepie / J-F.Pérot In osteopathy, emergency situations are often difficult to manage. Whether the case is a first visit or a non scheduled arrival of a patient with an important movement problem or someone who is still suffering from debilitating acute pain, these situations are always delicate.
Authors. In. J-F Pérot Chantepie/. Toussirot The authors, who are trained osteopaths in English-American techniques and followers of the osteopathic philosophy of Andrew Taylor Still and William Gardner Sutherland, present their study of the educational synthesis. They offer and propose a method of osteopathic care based on quality and exactitude.
Publisher: Éditions Anima Mundi This book gives a personal insight into the lives and the philosophy of 27 world-renown osteopaths through intimate interviews and beautiful black and white photographic images. Features osteopaths from Britain, Canada, America and France.
Authors. In. J.-F Chantepie/. PérotThis work presents structural spinal techniques constituting the base of osteopathic techniques using high-velocity with low-amplitude thrusts.
Authors. In. J.-F Chantepie/. Pérot This work is a practical guide of osteopathy for the practitioners who treat amateur or high-level sportsmen. It presents the most frequent sports injuries or problems, as well as their osteopathic treatments.
Author Eric Hebgen The first section provides an overview of the basic principles and techniques of diagnosis and treatment from the greats of osteopathy: visceral manipulation according to Barral; fascial treatment of the organs according to Finet and Williame; circulatory techniques according to Kuchera; and reflex point treatment according to Chapman.