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Manual Therapy for the Peripheral Nerves

by Jean-Pierre Barral

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0443103070, Hardcover)

The new diagnosis and therapy concept for the peripheral nerves by Jean-Pierre Barral and Alain Croibier is introduced for the first time in this book. Disorders of the plexus and nerves which cause dysfunctions are described in a practical and detailed way from anatomic, physiological and pathological points of view. Examination and treatment techniques are described step by step and clarified with a multitude of photographs and illustrations. This book offers all osteopaths and other manual therapists the perfect guide to putting this new therapy concept into practice.Step-by-step instructionsGenerously illustrated, with over 130 full colour drawingsBrand new technique, comprehensive in presentation

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