Movement as Nutrition

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Katy Bowman Katy invites us to return to movement. She explores how we came to be such sedentary people, mostly indoors for the better part of the day. This is true for adults and children alike. We all have movement deficiencies. Katy explains how this is essentially a nutritional deficit of sorts.

Osteopathic Principles: The Inspiration of Every Science Is Its Change

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Bruno Bordoni and Allan R. Escher Jr. The osteopathic manual approach and osteopathic medicine (OM) were conceived and built from the studies and experience in the nineteenth-century of Andrew Taylor Still, DO. According to Dr. Still, “Osteopathy, or osteopathic medicine, is a philosophy, a science, and an art”. The foundations of OM emphasize the fact […]