In this groundbreaking book, renowned osteopathic physician Dr. Maud Nerman demonstrates how these and many other symptoms can stem from your body’s inability to recover after injury or traumaincluding accidents so minor they didn’t appear to cause injury.
Weaving together personal stories from patients, three decades of experience, the healing tradition of osteopathic medicine, and recent scientific discoveries, Dr. Nerman explains why the body’s interconnectedness is often the key to recovery and how you can understand the clues it provides.
Sharing insight into how the body works to reclaim its health, Dr. Nerman offers a multitude of ways that will empower you to take control of your own healing journey.
Tapping Into The Body’s Remarkable Healing Ability with Maud Nerman, D.O.
The founder of osteopathic medicine, Andrew Taylor Still, said, “To find health should be the object of the doctor. Anyone can find disease.” The training of osteopathic medicine is identical to that of the M.D. profession. However, an osteopathic physician has up to 500 additional hours of anatomy, manual medicine, and kinesiology. Like M.D.s, these doctors can also prescribe drugs and do surgery. Nerman tells us that what is most important [...]
Reviewed by George Erdosh
This well-organized, well-written book in easy-to-read style will be useful for many of us healing from an injury or being in pain whether occasional or chronic. Author Maud Nerman is an osteopathic physician who treated thousands of patients and wrote Healing Pain and Injury.
“As you read this book, you will discover the surprising and little-recognized ways that trauma damages your health.”