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Number of 'osteopathic treatments' needed to help foot pain

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by NewsBot, Jan 7, 2017.

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    How do the number and the duration between osteopathic treatments influence
    the effect on patients suffering from foot-related pain? A dose-response study

    Joachim Kaufmann and Stig Larsen
    IJPSR 2016, 2:5
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    Osteopathic treatment procedure:
  3. mimipod

    mimipod Member

    Surely it will depend on the diagnosis.
  4. Pod on sea

    Pod on sea Active Member

    I wonder if the study report expands on that, otherwise it suggests that ANY pain of any origin from ankle to toes will improve with a few osteopathic sessions? I wonder if results were maintained.

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