A Practical Treatise On Massage; Its History, Mode Of Application, And Effects, Indications And Contra-indications With Results In Over Fourteen Hundr by Douglas Graham

A Practical Treatise On Massage; Its History, Mode Of Application, And Effects, Indications And…

byDouglas Graham

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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1884. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... COKRECTIOlsrS. In consequence of the absence of the author in Europe while this work was passing through the press, the following errors which he has corrected, and possibly a few other unimportant ones, have been made. Page. 7, 1st line, read: "science following art with limpingpace" (J. J. Putnam), 18, 11th line, read: Alpinus for Alpimes. 22, 18th line, read: Ling thought not, like his predecessors, of merely, etc. 39, 14th line, read: mechanic for machine. 54, 13th line, read: pronation for supination. 75, 12th line, read: stroking for striking. 97, 11th line, read: She had massage two or three times weekly. 101, 14th line from bottom, read: mazes for ways. 110, 9th line, begin: These for Their. 110, 5th line from bottom, read: uterine for uterus. 112, 13th line from bottom, read: uterine for exterior. 135, 4th line, read: to wake, for to make the 135, middle of page, read: after sleep from massage, the patient, etc. 150. Only the first sentence is quoted in the paragraph beginning with Fuller; the others are the author's. 160, middle of page, read: most unfavorable for favorable. 182, read: Anstie for Austin. PREFACE. NUMEROUS articles and abstracts on the subject of massage are scattered throughout medical literature and are practically buried alive in it. The object of the present volume is to resuscitate the most valuable of these and to give the writer's own experience. In doing this it has seemed better to bring forth illustrative cases rather than the deductions from these alone. As an artist feels in comparing his best work with nature, recognizing more than any other wherein he has failed, so must every one feel who attempts to portray the functions of the human body in health and disease and the effects of therapeu...

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Title:A Practical Treatise On Massage; Its History, Mode Of Application, And Effects, Indications And…Format:PaperbackDimensions:102 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.21 inPublished:January 13, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217154883

ISBN - 13:9780217154888

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