A.T. Still

Osteopathy de- Still -ed

di Maximilien Girardin Proposal of a tool, permitting a new consensus platform, touching the actual drifts of Osteopathy in Europe and the World General introduction Following the incontestable drifts, noticed since several years in the Osteopathic profession, the authors started subsequently a research, as to the possible causes of these drifts since the 90’s. After…

The Black Swan: an Application

Di: Maximilien Girardin For all Osteopaths and for EVOST Fellows This paper introduces a set of relatively unknown terms which were recently coined by Nassim Nicholas Taleb. (This workdocument is from 2008)Those terms are  Black Swan event, Mediocristan and Extremistan and can be found in his book: “Black Swan. The Impact of the Highly Improbable.” A recent review of…

South African Tarantula

An Evost view: economy & finance

di Maximilien Girardin Homo Sapiens Sapiens, as a distinct species, at best educated guess, roams the planet for about 250.000-300.000 years. All indicates that they lived as, more or less nomadic, hunter-gatherers and fishermen, for about 240.000 years. There are indications tough that they quite soon had an economy going, mainly based on barter, flint…

Visceral Form and the ultrasound verification

Di Maximilian Girardin Elephantastic and bombastic fluidic osteopathy (EvOst) Some summers ago, this author was asked to give a course about visceral osteopathic topographical recognition and diagnostic. The first premise for this author to accept to do this course was that the last day of the course, an experienced ultrasound technician with a functioning modern ultrasound…

Visceral Surgery & Osteopathy

di Maximilien Girardin Bridging the Medical and the Osteopathic world by Frédéric Dumunier D.O.(Fr), consultant Maximilien Girardin D.O.m.R.O., Evost Fellow, Prosector Anatomist. The most common complications after abdominal or pelvic surgeries are the peritoneal adhesions in at least 90% of the cases. It was demonstrated that the healing mechanisms of the peritoneum differs from that of the…

Follow up on the pterygoids.

Di Maximilien Girardin Robert started this by sending me a big mail, he just gave me a thumbs up thus it is ok that you see where our minds went wandering…Reading this makes no sense if you haven’t read the pterygoid’s article first. (Context) Dear Robert, copied your answer, so that I can answer to…