Monthly Archives: November 2013

Manual Therapy In Children: Evidence for Occipitocervical Injuries and their sequilae from the Medical Profession: A book review

“Manual Therapy in Children” Ed Heiner Biedermann MD (2004, Elsevier) is a comprehensive review of the effects of injury of the joint between the skull and the first cervical vertebra, the atlas (also known as the occipito-cervical junction) on newborns, … Continue reading

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Manual Therapy In Children, evidence for occipitocervical injuries from the Medical Profession: A book review

“Manual Therapy in Children” Ed Heiner Biedermann MD (2004, Elsevier) is a comprehensive review of the effects of injury of the joint between the skull and the first cervical vertebra, the atlas (also known as the occipito-cervical junction) on newborns, … Continue reading

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The foot and integrated spinal function

One feature that is usually missed in discussion of spinal subluxations and their aetiology is the fact that spinal function occurs in an integrated and co-ordinated manner. The body is designed to maintain stability of the head, the eyes and … Continue reading

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