Manual Therapy is the use of the hands to diagnose and treat illness and maintain health.  This collection of books and articles documents the early years of manual therapy in America. The Early American Manual Therapy collection includes texts from the formative years of osteopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy, neuropathy, massage, mechanical vibration, and magnetic healing in America.

The sample online version of the Early American Manual Therapy collection contains thumbnail graphics of the images in the texts.  The full CD version of the Early American Manual Therapy collection contains the larger-size graphics from the original texts.

Click here to access the sample online version of the Early American Manual Therapy collection.
 
The Early American Manual Therapy collection is intended for use by health professionals and should not be regarded as a guide to self-diagnosis or self-treatment.

For background on the EAMT collection and information about manual therapy research at Meridian Institute, visit the Manual Therapy Project page.  
  

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