26 January 2020

Models and theoretical frameworks for osteopathic care – a critical view and call for updates and research

A health profession often owns its identity by the originality and relevance of therapeutic models it defends. Historically, part of the success of osteopathic care among patients may be explained by the innovative approaches that emerged in the first 100 years of its existence. During this time, osteopathic models and principles defended concepts that were to become central across health disciplines in the 21st century. In Western medicine, osteopathy was indeed among the first medical disciplines to emphasise the importance of person-centred care … ABSTRACT

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