Osteopathy

The Fulford Interviews

By John Diamond, M.D.

My dear friend, Robert Fulford D.O., the great, the so-enlightened cranial osteopath, recorded many of his most important thoughts and aspirations to the writer Gene Stone. The result of their efforts was Dr. Fulford’s Touch of Life.1

Gene Stone generously gave me permission to have the recordings made public, the only proviso being that he wanted only Dr.

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Robert Fulford – A Spiritual Osteopath

By John Diamond, M.D.

For more than thirty years, I have given countless, countless lectures and talks and seminars. To me, and perhaps for others too, they have virtually all been failures.

It has been a long time since I’ve wanted just to pass on information, however valuable it may be in treatment, in therapy, even in healing.

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A Tribute to Edgar Miller, D.O.

By John Diamond, M.D.

When we were kids at school, we’d have competitions to see who had the biggest muscles. Especially the one at the back of the lower leg. We didn’t know its name then, but at medical school I learned it was called the gastrocnemius. I never won the competition but my gastrocs certainly weren’t the smallest – and of course I could show how big they were by contracting them.

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