Every week I get booklets or “sample copies” of journals heralding the wonderful curative powers of osteopathy.
Like massage, osteopathy, or medicine, it should follow careful diagnosis.
I followed these two shining lights who I supposed had established osteopathy on a correct basis.
There was Plasmon, that "panacea for all human ills which osteopathy could not reach."
osteopathy seeks to obtain perfect skeletal alignment and tonic ligamentous, muscular and facial relaxation.
In 1908 the School of osteopathy had 18 instructors and 398 students.
The above named are the five known powers of animal life, and to direct them wisely is the work of the doctor of osteopathy.
osteopathy has particularly appealed to a great many of these patients.
A knowledge of osteopathy will prepare you to bring the system under the rulings of the physical laws of life.
The discussion of the subject of osteopathy is of very grave importance.
osteopathy os·te·op·a·thy (ŏs'tē-ŏp'ə-thē)
A system of medicine based on the theory that disturbances in the musculoskeletal system affect other bodily parts and cause many disorders that can be corrected by various manipulative techniques used in conjunction with conventional therapeutic procedures. Also called osteopathic medicine.
A disease of a bone. Also called osteopathia.
A system of medicine based on the theory that disturbances in the musculoskeletal system can cause disorders in other bodily parts and can be corrected by various manipulative techniques. These are used in conjunction with conventional medical and surgical treatments.
osteopathic adjective (ŏs'tē-ə-pāth'ĭk)
A system of medicine that stresses healing through the manipulation of body parts while also using many standard medical practices, such as surgery or drugs.