Osteopathic Medicine versus Visceral Osteopathy – an introduction to osteopathic philosophy

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These lectures are taken from my Visceral Basics Series, and they serve by way as an introduction into my take on osteopathic philosophy.

These lectures do not set out the ‘prove osteopathy’ or to show masses of evidence and analytical breakdown.  Much of that is spread throughout all my courses – this is merely an introduction which I thought people in general may be interested in.  There are as many ‘osteopathies’ as osteopaths, and we are called a collective ‘disagreement’, but I hope this at least shines some sort of light into the way osteopaths put things together, and where we might be heading.  

In addition, as is the way of things, there are many versions of ‘visceral’ education, and to appreciate my way of teaching ‘visceral’ as opposed to others I felt it would be useful to review the osteopathic philosophy through my lens, so that you can see where I am coming from.  Initially you might feel this lecture is a lon

g way from
“here is a description of the uterine ligaments and here is how you treat them” etc. But, in order to understand WHAT one does and more importantly WHY, context is required.  So, you might not agree with everything I say in these videos, but they do frame how I approach things, and so is the basis for all the dynamics throughout all my courses!  Forewarned is forearmed 🙂

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To appreciate my way of teaching ‘visceral’ as opposed to others I felt it would be useful to review the osteopathic philosophy through my lens, so that you can see where I am coming from.  Initially you might feel this lecture is a log way from
“here is a description of the uterine ligaments and here is how you treat them” etc. But, i order to understand WHAT one does and more importantly WHY, context is required.  So, you might not agree with everything I say in these videos, but
it does frame how I approach things, and so is the basis for all the dynamics throughout all my courses!  Forewarned is forearmed 🙂

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