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Applied Anatomy

Clark’s Applied Anatomy was well known to the former generations of osteopaths for whom it was a standard text. Written by an osteopath for osteopaths it highlights those aspects of the human anatomy that are of greater importance in our clinical practice.

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Lesionology

The osteopathic lesion is not to be regarded as a malformation, or even a maladjustment of structures, but should be defined in terms of mobility. That is to say, the lesion is a physiological and not an anatomical condition. It is a modification of the movements of extension, flexion, rotation and sidebending as an isolated change, or an abnormal and artificial group movement.

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