Motility in Osteopathy

Motility in Osteopathy : An embryology based concept

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Motility, relating to the vital energy of the human tissues, is a basic concept in osteopathy. This book presents a simple and systematic definition of motility, based on the movement of all of the body's structures during embryogenesis. Those initial movements, intrinsic to the energy of the tissues, are the essence of motility and, as such, they are crucial to the tissues' normal movement. These fundamental ideas expand the osteopath's clinical intervention techniques and deepen the understanding of both the bases of osteopathy and of human functions.Illustrated in two colours with clear and original line drawings and photographs, this book offers the new model of practice developed by Alain Auberville over his 30 years of experimentation and teaching; it is presented here by Andree Aubin, who has linked Alain Auberville's approach to classic osteopathic concepts in order to facilitate its integration into regular clinical practice.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 168 pages
  • 170 x 240 x 8mm | 349g
  • Pencaitland, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 130 colour photographs and drawings
  • 1909141666
  • 9781909141667
  • 687,834

About Alain Auberville

Alain Auberville is a qualified osteopath and physical therapist. He has also studied naturopathy and Chinese medicine and was involved in founding the osteopathy schools Euristeo and InSO-Aix-en-Provence where he taught the visceral approach to osteopathy. He now practices at Pelissanne, France.



Andree Aubin is a qualified osteopath and physical therapist. She works in private osteopathy practice in Montreal. She has taught for over 20 years and has contributed to several OsEAN Open Forums. Since 2013 she has been involved in the creation of an Osteopathic Master's degree program at the University of Sherbrooke in Quebec.
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