Manual Medicine - Osteopathy in France Organization - Education - Fields of Expertise
Isner, M E
Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine 2010 Jun; 53(5): 342-51
Manual medicine-osteopathy (MMO) is of keen interest among young doctors, generalists and specialists alike. Through a discerning semiological approach, MMO allows non-pharmaceutical physical treatments to be proposed for many musculoskeletal pathologies. In March 2007, some manual therapies (e.g., osteopathy), until then the exclusive preserve of physicians, were recognized in France as a part of the field of professional expertise of non-physicians. This new opening of the manual medicine profession must make non-physicians and physicians aware of their responsibilities.
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