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    Advanced Myofascial Techniques: Shoulder, Pelvis, Leg and Foot 1

    £44.00
    A beautiful visual and narrative guide to a selection of unique hands-on myofascial techniques. Techniques are chosen for inclusion based on their relevance to the most common client complaints. Each chapter presents key considerations, anatomy overview, therapeutic goals, and cautions relevant to hands-on work.

    An Occult Physiology

    £13.99

    Animal Osteopathy: A comprehensive guide to the osteopathic treatment of animals and birds

    £120.00
    An encyclopedic reference book for best practice for using osteopathy with birds and animals of all sorts. A student textbook for those doing postgraduate courses in animal osteopathy.

    Architecture of Human Living Fascia: The Extracellular Matrix and Cells Revealed Through Endoscopy

    £63.00
    This unique book illustrates the structure of the fascia in the living human being. Dr Guimberteau's photographs provide a detailed account of fascial architecture. The accompanying text explains what the photographs mean, clarifies the importance of the fascia, and sets out the implications of these findings for everyday therapeutic practice.

    At the Still Point of the Turning World: The Art and Philosophy of Osteopathy

    £35.00
    Examines the history and development of osteopathy and its place in modern healthcare. Describes the complex range of skills which combine to make osteopathy a unique and effective therapy. Written by a highly regarded practitioner and teacher with over 40 years' of experience.

    Birth and Breastfeeding: Rediscovering the Needs of Women During Pregnancy and Childbirth

    £10.99
    Until recently a woman could not have had a baby without releasing a complex cocktail of 'love hormones'. Most women give birth without relying on the release of such a flow of hormones. Some give birth via caesarean section, while others use drugs. Humanity, the author argues stands at crossroads in the history of childbirth.

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