Osteopathy, derived from the ancient Greek names of ‘bone’ and ‘pain, suffering,’ roots itself back to the 19th century when its foundation had begun by a Civil War Surgeon named Andrew Taylor Still. He believed that the natural state of a body is the only weapon that can combat almost any illness.  The implementation of Still’s beliefs and principles had been largely subjected to conflicts because the idea of Osteopathy says zero involvement of external elements like drugs, medicines, or any form of alteration, either construction or disfiguration, with the human body is prohibited.  READ ALSO ‚ÄčGlobalization of the ...Read more

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