Monthly Archives: November 2015

The Meaning of Osteopathy

Yes, that is a very pretentious title. It occurred to me over a recent chat with someone. She insisted that the ‘right’ practitioner was able to do work on a level of depth psychology. I think Germans use the term … Continue reading

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The Therapeutic Space

I would like to do more pictures here. I really would. Let’s see if I can find a good picture of the ideal therapy room. It should be private and clean and spacious but not huge. A medium-sized room. This … Continue reading

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Being baited

In addition to last week’s post on patients (everything sort of revolves around patients, but nevermind). I thought a little back on my encounters with patients. Or second-hand encounters at any rate. Another student treated a patient. She said she … Continue reading

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Self-flagellation

Another day in clinic. The weather hs turned properly autumnal after all the sunshine we’ve been having. There is now drizzle and wind. I was scheduled to have two new patients. The first turned out to be a patient whose … Continue reading

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Do patients have a culture?

Well, here I am. I’m writing a post. I have recently embarked on reviving my career in osteopathy. This is a good thing for several reasons, most of all because i really missed seeing patients. Really. The upshot is that … Continue reading

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