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By D.O. William Garner Sutherland

Oseopathy is a technology with probabilities as nice because the importance of the heavens. it's a technological know-how facing the ordinary forces of the physique. We paintings as osteopaths with the conventional precept in brain that the tendency within the patient's physique is often towards the conventional. there's a lot to find within the technological know-how of osteopathy by way of operating with the forces inside of that show up the therapeutic techniques. those forces in the sufferer are more than any blind strength that could effectively be delivered to endure from with out. - William Garner Sutherland, D.O.

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It is tough, firm, and tense. I used to say 39 TEACHINGS IN THE SCIENCE OF OSTEOPATHY Falx cerebri Crista galli Tentorium cerebelli Figure 4. The cranial component of the reciprocal tension membrane, show­ ing the schematic representation of the poles of attachment. that if you could get in there, you could pull on the falx and ring the ethmoid bell. That is, swing it back and forth like the bell on a locomotive. That is the anterior superior pole of attachment for the falx cerebri. When I look at the tentorium cerebelli, I am struck by the shape of two sickles.

When you are somewhat doubtful of the diagnosis in some conditions, consider the Tide and compress the fourth ventricle. 37 THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK FOUR The Reciprocal Tension Membrane LOOK AT THE VERTEBRAL column to see the ligaments that hold the spinal articulations together and also allow a certain range of movement at these joints. Then look inside the skull to find what does the very same thing as those spinal ligaments. There is an interosseous membrane that holds the bones of the neuro­ cranium together and allows a certain range of normal move­ ment at the joints.

Note another articular pole at the sacrum, operated through the mechanism. I have emphasized the tension, the pull, in the reciprocal tension membrane between the poles of articular attachment in the cranial mechanism. These schematic names are simply to show that all the bones of the neurocranium are attached to the mechanism that moves them. You can feel the action when reducing cranial membranous articular strains. It is the same mechanical principle that functions when you are reducing a ligamentous articular strain in the vertebral column.

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