The Galbreath technique can be used for eustachian tube dysfunction, a contributing factor to otitis media.
Treatment targeting dysfunction of the thoracolumbar junction may help reduce postural compensatory mechanisms and decrease pain.
In this video, HVLA is used to directly address the articular aspect of a posterior rib somatic dysfunction.
Frontal and parietal lift techniques used to treat patient with headache.
To investigate the effect of Osteopathic Cranial Manipulative Medicine on spatial learning and memory in naturally aged rat model of AD, aged rats were grouped into OCMM-treated and untreated groups and compared. This video shows an OCMM-treated rat. The movement starts at 0:13. Four quadrants and platform location (circle at northwest quadrant) are marked in the video.
To investigate the effect of OCMM on spatial learning and memory in naturally aged rat model of AD, aged rats were grouped into OCMM and No OCMM groups and compared. This video shows an untreated rat. See the OCMM-treated rat movement here. The movement starts at 0:13. Four quadrants and platform location (circle at northwest quadrant) are marked in the video.
The muscle energy technique of the symphysis pubis may be used to treat patients with pelvic pain.
Victor Nuňo, DO, demonstrates the use of lumbar high-velocity, low-amplitude and upper thoracic facilitated positional release to lower biomarkers of stress.
Sean Moloney, DO, demonstrates the use of bilateral stretch and contralateral traction to prevent and manage tension-type headache.
Dr Wolf demonstrates the use of a mesenteric lift to improve symptoms of constipation in patients with cystic fibrosis.
Dr Keys demonstrates the use of unilateral temporomandibular joint dysfunction muscle energy to improve symptoms of temporomandipular disorders.
Dr Pearce demonstrates the use of muscle energy to relieve headache pain.
Dr Hendriksz demonstrates the use of OMT to help treat a child with pertussis.
Dr Nuno demonstrates lymphatic techniques to improve lymphatic flow and immune function.
The pelvic girdle technique can improve pain and visceral complaints in the abdominopelvic region.
To improve respiratory function in patients, Dr Pierce-Talsma demonstrates balanced ligamentous tension.
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