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Society for Osteopathic Wellness Inaugural DVD: Osteopathic Considerations for Women’s Health (3 DVDs)

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Released in: 2014

Length: 720 Minutes Total

This publication consists on a series of formal lectures delivered in Toronto Canada in 2013. They feature Osteopathic and Naturopathic discussions for conditions specific to women’s health.  Included in this DVD are practical demonstrations by Mr Chris Batten of classical osteopathic treatment principles for women in the 2nd and 3rd trimesters.  Mr Jason Haxton provides an historical account of the role women had on the development of AT Still and Osteopathy.  John O Brien questions the future of Osteopathy and how we can move forward as a profession.  Ms Miriam Elkan sheds light on nutritional concerns women require throughout each transitional stage of their lives.

 

Contents

 

Disc 1

History of Osteopathy- Women’s role in the early years

A History of osteopathic training, its present dilemma and future development

Treatment principles for women’s health

Anatomical causes of gynaecological problems

Disc 2

Hormonal relationships in gynaecological disease

Nutritional consideration for pregnancy/infertility

History of Osteopathic treatment related to cancers of the body

Aetiology of cancer and principles of treatment from an osteopathic / naturopathic perspective. Part 1

 Disc 3

Aetiology of cancer and principles of treatment from an osteopathic / naturopathic perspective. Part 2

Treating Vasomotion and visceromotion through the stages of pregnancy

Preparing for birth

Practical Demonstration 1

Practical Demonstration 2

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