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Traditional osteopathic approach to migraine
Traditional osteopathic approach to disk prolapse
Traditional osteopathic approach to worms
Snapshot of a week in traditional osteopathic practice

Articles

Spinal development and balance of children
  Quentin Shaw D.O
  March 2009
Spinal development and balance of children
  Quentin Shaw D.O
  March 2009
A physiological explanation for suspended development
  Howard Beardmore DO
  May 2008
The relationship between the swayback posture and chronic shoulder problems.
  Quentin Shaw
  November 2007
Vaccinations and Natural Healing
What are the effects of fasting?
  Keki R Sidhwa, ND DO
  August 2007
Supernutrition as an aid to recovery from chronic and degenerative diseases
  Stephen Gamble
  August 2007
Cystitis the traditional osteopathic perspective
  Howard Beardmore
  August 2007
The role of micro organisms in health from a traditional osteopathic perspective
  Howard Beardmore
  March 2007
The reflex nature of skin conditions
  Howard Beardmore
  March 2007

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