Institute of Classical Osteopathy Year Book 2001


Year Book 2001

Edited and Compiled by Christopher Batten

…..It is said that the final test of any therapy is at the bedside of the acutely ill patient. The treatment of acute disease in the infant or child adds an element of responsibility and skill over and above that required for the adult. Palpatory and diagnostic skills are often stretched to their limit….. However, all too often in the critical case one must rely, when at the bedside, almost entirely on detecting arrhythmicity and points of soft and hard tissue resistance…..


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  • Osteopathy As Explained By The Encyclopaedia Americana
  • Childhood Illness by John Wernham
  • Bacteriology by John Wernham
  • The Osteopathic Treatment Of Acute Disease In Infants And Children by M Waldman
  • Cranial Technique by John Wernham
  • The Patho-Physiology And Treatment Of Bronchitis by Christopher Batten
  • Measles by John Wernham
  • The Development Of The Spinal Curves by Henry Lee
  • Extract From The Journal Of The American Osteopathic Association

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Paperback 110 pages

Dimensions 210 x 150

ISBN 978-0-9530294-9-5

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