By D.O. William Garner Sutherland

Oseopathy is a technology with chances as nice because the value of the heavens. it's a technology facing the normal forces of the physique. We paintings as osteopaths with the conventional precept in brain that the tendency within the patient's physique is usually towards the conventional. there's a lot to find within the technology of osteopathy by means of operating with the forces inside of that appear the therapeutic tactics. those forces in the sufferer are more than any blind strength which may properly be delivered to undergo from with no. - William Garner Sutherland, D.O.

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8 Consider the greater wings of the sphenoid as spokes of another wheel. See the little ethmoid spine as yet another spoke, together with the pterygoid processes and the sella tur­ cica on the sphenoid wheel. These bones, the occiput and the sphenoid, circumrotate. The spokes of the wheels move to dif­ ferent levels as �e wheels turn to and fro. This mental picture may help you in your understanding of the mechanism. The next topic is the temporal bone. " You can probably picture a wob­ bling wheel from your memory.

The foramen magnum does not remain at the lower level. ) I am emphasizing the foramen magnum especially because the dura mater is firmly attached to its rim. This is the upper attachment of the intraspinal dura mater, which is a continua­ tion of the inner layer of the cranial dura mater. The intraspinal dura mater is not attached to the atlas. It is attached to the axis and sometimes to the third cervical vertebra. From this upper area it hangs somewhat loosely, like a hollow tube, until it reaches the sacrum where it has another firm attachment to bone.

What does Dr. " Do you find lymphatics in the nerves? No. He is pointing to something 2 "Possibly less is known of the lymphatics than any other division of the life-sustaining machinery of man. . " Still, Philosophy and Mechanical Principles of Osteopa­ thy, p. 66. 33 TEACHINGS IN THE SCIENCE OF OSTEOPATHY Insulation Copper tube Insulation Coaxial cable Figure 3. A coaxial cable is a device for the simultaneous transmission and strengthening of multiple radio, television, or telephone signals.

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