What alternative health

practitioners might not tell you



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A review of H. H. King and E. M. Lay in Foundations for Osteopathic Medicine, 2nd Ed. Concludes that advocates of cranial osteopathy still proffer: (1) the same biologically untenable mechanism proposed by Sutherland 65 years ago, (2) no indication of diagnostic reliability, and (3) no properly controlled research showing efficacy. Analysis by Steve E. Hartman, PhD, and James M. Norton, PhD, The Scientific Review of Alternative Medicine, Vol. 8, No.2 (Fall/Winter 2004-05) [pdf]