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By James L. Oschman, PhD
400 pagesCopyright 2003$87.95, Paperback, Reference
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This book brings into focus the wide variety of emerging information on energy medicine, and explores mechanisms by which mind and body processes influence the body's healing and performance potential. The author draws on information from an extraordinary range of sources - from physiology and biophysics, to examples drawn from the realms of spontaneous healing, cutting edge athletic and artistic performance, the martial arts, and various contemplative and spiritual practices.In this book, the author focuses on the roles of electrons, electromagnetic fields, and related energetic and quantum processes, the properties of space, and consciousness itself. Both readers with no previous knowledge of this subject area and those who have studied it in some detail will find insights here which are exciting, illuminating and will directly help their own therapeutic practice and performance potential.
"Despite its title, the book is not so much about therapeutics and human performance as 'multiple working hypotheses' for understanding this practice. Thus it is designed not so much to convince as to inquire and stimulate creative thought. A such, it is admirable as a piece of experimental writing" David Mayor, European Journal of Oriental Medicine
All complementary therapy practitioners and students, especially those involved in bodywork (massage, shiatsu, chiropractic, rolfing, healing touch, all manual therapies including manipulative physical therapy). Physical therapists, osteopaths. All sports therapists, sports trainers. Any branches of orthodox medicine or nursing where there is a strong interest in "hands-on" therapeutics and healing.
By James L. Oschman, PhD, Previously Postdoctoral Fellow, Neurobiology Lab, VA Hospital, Pittsburgh; Visiting Scientist, Dept of Zoology, Cambridge University, UK; Postdoctoral Fellow, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio; Postdoctoral Fellow Inst of Biological Chemistry, University of Copenhagen; Asst Prof of Biological Sciences and Director of Electron Microscope Lab, Northwestern University, Illinois; faculty member and lecturer in anatomy and physiology at Rolf Institute, Boulder, Colorado; served as Director, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Acting President and member of Faculty at New England School of Acupuncture.