What is popular on osteofm?

One of the many great things I’ve discovered about blogging is the instant feedback.  I have a page called “statistics” where I can see how many visitors I’ve had each day, and how many total views.  I can also see what countries they are from (mostly from the UK, but countries from Finlnd to Saudi…

The Art of Fascia

  THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE BODY, by Lucy Dunleavy Lucy, an old school friend of mine, has always been a talented artist and illustrator, along with running a successful massage therapy clinic in Brighton.  To my delight I discovered recently that she has combined both careers and produced this stunning, original painting inspired by her…

“Cranial osteopathy”: Can we get a few things clear

Time and time again I read something about “cranial osteopathy”, which seems to describe something which is nothing like what I do.  It is often assumed  that we sit there  “head-holding”.  I saw a description this week that we claim to”magnetize the blood”.  I’m not surprised that there is such confusion, even amongst osteopaths.  I…

Book Review: Bad Science by Ben Goldacre

  Ben Goldacre is a physicist and science writer.  Along with Richard Dawkins and Simon Singh, he is a high profile advocate of rigorous scientific method, and is furiously exasperated at the dumbing down of science. This book is his attempt to educate the reader to look critically at science. He begins by conducting some…