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The author presented this small volume to the public, while being careful to make it as concise as possible, and yet, at the same time, cover the principal points. He confined himself to explaining the physiological actions of the movements by illustrating the case in point by a typical case. He said “It makes no difference what you call the disease, you must recognize the physical condition of your patient, and then understanding the physiological action of your movements, use them accordingly”. He intended this book as a text-book while in college and a reference book when in practice.
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Henry, Clifford E., "Manual of Osteopathic Therapeutics" (1898). Classic Osteopathic Medical Works. 4.