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Your Springboard for Learning in Bodywork and Movement

Paperback, eBook
978-1-913426-37-8
1
428
130 black and white drawings and photographs
246 x 189 mm
Not yet published
28 February 2023
Handspring Publishing

£55.00 GBP / $72.50 USD

Osteopathy

Cranial Osteopathy – an inner approach

A practical book to enhance your skills

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This book is for the current Cranial Osteopathic practitioner. It looks into Cranial Osteopathy from a more profound ‘inner’ approach to help the practitioner to understand Cranial Osteopathy from a deeper and broader perspective. This will enhance their skills, knowledge and understanding to a much-advanced level.

The book starts by taking the reader on an ‘inner’ journey of understanding more about themselves as the practitioner. This will give a greater understanding about the way of communicating to patients as well as the state of their patients. The ‘osteopathic toolbox’– the skill set which the practitioner must bring to each patient is also discussed. Finally, the chapter reviews the need to be ‘inner centred’ when diagnosing and treating and with an exercise on centring.

The following chapter looks at aspects of diagnosis – of tissue and fluid states, giving the reader several ‘inner’ considerations which they should apply when assessing a patient.

The book then continues to look at the whole body and using an ‘inner’ approach to assess and treat. Each chapter gives an overview of the anatomy relevant to the chapter and discusses the osteopathic relevance and new ways of working. Case studies/clinical experiences are described and ‘hands on’ exercises are given for the reader to practise. These are exercises which the reader should do ‘at the treatment table’ and which will therefore prepare them to use the approaches described in the chapter with their patients.

The chapters are written in a sequence of difficulty, each increasing the readers knowledge, understanding and palpatory skills in preparation for the knowledge/ skill set as they progress through the book.

There are links to a set of audio files (online), each file relating to the practical exercises of each chapter. The audio will lead the listener into the anatomy and give a ‘guided tour’ of the anatomy and explain the exercise for them to do, relating to that aspect of the anatomy. In this way the reader can hear the author whilst they have their hands feeling what the author is describing.

 

Chapter 1 Introduction and How to Use this Book

Chapter 2 The Inner Perception and the Osteopathic Toolbox

Chapter 3 Diagnostic Palpation and Working with Fluids

Chapter 4 Embryology and its Inner Relevance to Osteopaths

Chapter 5 The Inner Approach to Be the Bone

Chapter 6 Fascia and Cells with an Inner Approach

Chapter 7 The Inner Approach to the Meninges

Chapter 8 The Liquid Limbs and Spine

Chapter 9 An Inner Evaluation of The Abdomen and Pelvis

Chapter 10 The Inner Life of the Thorax

Chapter 11 Cranial Nerves: An Inner Approach to Treatment

Chapter 12 The Inner Approach to the Brain

Chapter 13 Working with the Hormonal System

Chapter 14 An overview of working with Babies and Children

Chapter 15 Back to the Time – the Inner Approach

Chapter 16 An Inner Relationship of Mind, Body and Emotions (M B E)

Chapter 17 The Inner Relationships of Inter-Tissue Relationships

Chapter 18 Working at the Inner Intracellular Level along with Tissue and Cellular Consciousness

Chapter 19 Working with Potency and Refined Perception

Chapter 20 Conclusion

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Timothy MARRIS

Tim Marris DO FSCCO graduated in 1978 from the former British School of Osteopathy (now The University College of Osteopathy) in London, UK. In 2012 he became a Master Practitioner of Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP).

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Cranial Osteopathy – an inner approach

A practical book to enhance your skills

£55.00 GBP / $72.50 USD Free delivery in the UK and USA

This book is for the current Cranial Osteopathic practitioner. It looks into Cranial Osteopathy from a more profound ‘inner’ approach to help the practitioner to understand Cranial Osteopathy from a deeper and broader perspective. This will enhance their skills, knowledge and understanding to a much-advanced level.

The book starts by taking the reader on an ‘inner’ journey of understanding more about themselves as the practitioner. This will give a greater understanding about the way of communicating to patients as well as the state of their patients. The ‘osteopathic toolbox’– the skill set which the practitioner must bring to each patient is also discussed. Finally, the chapter reviews the need to be ‘inner centred’ when diagnosing and treating and with an exercise on centring.

The following chapter looks at aspects of diagnosis – of tissue and fluid states, giving the reader several ‘inner’ considerations which they should apply when assessing a patient.

The book then continues to look at the whole body and using an ‘inner’ approach to assess and treat. Each chapter gives an overview of the anatomy relevant to the chapter and discusses the osteopathic relevance and new ways of working. Case studies/clinical experiences are described and ‘hands on’ exercises are given for the reader to practise. These are exercises which the reader should do ‘at the treatment table’ and which will therefore prepare them to use the approaches described in the chapter with their patients.

The chapters are written in a sequence of difficulty, each increasing the readers knowledge, understanding and palpatory skills in preparation for the knowledge/ skill set as they progress through the book.

There are links to a set of audio files (online), each file relating to the practical exercises of each chapter. The audio will lead the listener into the anatomy and give a ‘guided tour’ of the anatomy and explain the exercise for them to do, relating to that aspect of the anatomy. In this way the reader can hear the author whilst they have their hands feeling what the author is describing.

 

Chapter 1 Introduction and How to Use this Book

Chapter 2 The Inner Perception and the Osteopathic Toolbox

Chapter 3 Diagnostic Palpation and Working with Fluids

Chapter 4 Embryology and its Inner Relevance to Osteopaths

Chapter 5 The Inner Approach to Be the Bone

Chapter 6 Fascia and Cells with an Inner Approach

Chapter 7 The Inner Approach to the Meninges

Chapter 8 The Liquid Limbs and Spine

Chapter 9 An Inner Evaluation of The Abdomen and Pelvis

Chapter 10 The Inner Life of the Thorax

Chapter 11 Cranial Nerves: An Inner Approach to Treatment

Chapter 12 The Inner Approach to the Brain

Chapter 13 Working with the Hormonal System

Chapter 14 An overview of working with Babies and Children

Chapter 15 Back to the Time – the Inner Approach

Chapter 16 An Inner Relationship of Mind, Body and Emotions (M B E)

Chapter 17 The Inner Relationships of Inter-Tissue Relationships

Chapter 18 Working at the Inner Intracellular Level along with Tissue and Cellular Consciousness

Chapter 19 Working with Potency and Refined Perception

Chapter 20 Conclusion

Paperback, eBook
978-1-913426-37-8
1
428
130 black and white drawings and photographs
246 x 189 mm
Not yet published
28 February 2023
Handspring Publishing

£55.00 GBP / $72.50 USD

Osteopathy

Find out when this publication becomes available to order

We will use this data to notify you when this publication is available, and for no other purpose.
Timothy MARRIS

Tim Marris DO FSCCO graduated in 1978 from the former British School of Osteopathy (now The University College of Osteopathy) in London, UK. In 2012 he became a Master Practitioner of Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP).

Read More ›

You may also be interested in:

Bulk discounts
for course
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