The Osteopathic Lesion: Why is this still a thing?

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So as not to set myself up to be accused of creating a strawman in another blog I’m writing, I attempted to find a definition of the osteopathic lesion, a term used consistently in Canada to describe all manner of osteopathically diagnosed … Read More

The Fiction of Osteopathic Presupposition, and Other Logical Conclusions

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Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc I fully expected that at my age (don’t ask) I would no longer be searching for a place within my profession. With all the study and practice I’ve been through, I assumed that I would … Read More

Osteopathic Palpation – A tale of cognitive dissonance

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If you haven’t already guessed, osteopathic palpation is sort of my thing. I did a palpation thesis, twice. Both times as part of osteopathic study. Neither study was published, though the bigger of the two was approved by the IJOM for publication … Read More

An osteopathic sea change?

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This is a riff on a recent blog by Osteofm because she’s dropped some content and started a conversation that I want to get behind. I’m excited to see her posts, she writes eloquently, displays an aspiring honesty, and her About page … Read More

The Use of Research as Evidence

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A newish phenomenon has arisen on the internet. The use of research as evidence, or as I like to call it: Drop link, drop mic. Google and Google Scholar make it easy to find research on the internet now that … Read More