BOOK: Advanced Osteopathic Technique

  PPT Manipulation - Synergetic Bio-Mechanics

Advanced Osteopathic Technique is the third and most complete revision of the PPT system of manipulation originated and developed by John Bayliss.  His work and theories are recognized around the world by Doctors, Osteopaths, Chiropractors and Physiotherapists at all levels. 

At the core of Osteopathy is the Osteopathic Lesion. John Bayliss has been able to establish exactly what an osteopathic lesion is and the forces that create them. This information is explained and illustrated in detail in this book. 

With this knowledge this book also shows how PPT's unwind a lesion rather than wrenching it apart (gapping). 

PPT's are:
● Painless and silent
● Genuinely easy to apply manipulations
● Leave little to no trauma behind
● No awkward uncomfortable positions
● Results are quick and long lasting
● PPT's are entirely new

Synergetic spinal bio-mechanics
John Bayliss is a retired Osteopathy with over 30 years of experience. In 2004, frustrated by the short comings in osteopathic theory and manipulation at that time, with his background in engineering, he sought new solutions. To do this he started looking at all aspects of how the pelvic and spinal joints articulate individually and then synchronously. He looked beyond traditional thinking and focused research, with function and logic as his guide.
Synergetic bio-mechanics and PPT manipulation are the result of his research. 

This book is a professionally colour illustrated proven technical manual for the forward thinking practitioner who is looking to update their knowledge and learn genuine cutting edge techniques. 

Pelvic Lesions

This book is years ahead of the classical misunderstandings handed down through the generations, that are still being perpetuated and taught. 

One of the subjects covered in this unique book, is the sacroiliac joint. Bayliss details, for the very first time, how the sacroiliac joints articulate in a way that compliments the hip and spinal articulations in a way that creates human movement. 

Bayliss also details how  sacroiliac joints become lesioned and go on to cause more serious pelvic lesions. This is really important to understand, as untreated pelvic lesions will reinforce and recreate sacroiliac lesions every time the legs become weight baring. 

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