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Introduction to soft tissue technique

Author: Myron C Beal; William L Johnston, D.O.; Michigan State University. College of Osteopathic Medicine.; Michigan State University. Instructional and Public Television.
Publisher: [East Lansing, Mich.] : Michigan State University Television : [for loan and sale by Michigan State University, Instructional Media Center, Marketing Division], ©1978.
Series: Osteopathic manipulative procedures.
Edition/Format:   Video : Videocassette : U-matic   Visual material : English
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(Critical) This module is a highly subjective demonstration of basic techniques of soft tissue mobilization. While the techniques are, as a rule, practiced by a physical therapist, this program depicts a physician performing the manipulations. The indications are unspecified and terms such as "sense of the tissue" receive no clarification. Although diagrams, background studies, and x-rays substantiate some of the  Read more...
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Myron C Beal; William L Johnston, D.O.; Michigan State University. College of Osteopathic Medicine.; Michigan State University. Instructional and Public Television.
OCLC Number: 6882252
Notes: Title on cassette varies slightly.
Rating: Recommended.
Review date: Jan. 1980.
Reviewer: Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC).
Learning method: Support.
Credits: Myron Beal, William Johnston.
Target Audience: Allied health: undergraduate.; Medical: undergraduate.; Specialty: physical therapy, physical medicine, osteopathy.
Description: 1 cassette, 11 min. : sd., col. ; 3/4 in.
Series Title: Osteopathic manipulative procedures.
Responsibility: College of Osteopathic Medicine, Michigan State University, in cooperation with Instructional and Public Television.

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(Critical) This module is a highly subjective demonstration of basic techniques of soft tissue mobilization. While the techniques are, as a rule, practiced by a physical therapist, this program depicts a physician performing the manipulations. The indications are unspecified and terms such as "sense of the tissue" receive no clarification. Although diagrams, background studies, and x-rays substantiate some of the program's contentions, a good deal of supplementary data with the support of graphic or anatomic illustrations are necessary to produce an objectively convincing argument for the effectiveness of these techniques. This program is recommended for limited use only.

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