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The 5 Biological Laws Bones, Muscles And Articulations Dr. Hamers New Medicine [Taddei, And] (Tapa Blanda)

Modelo 9781492317364
Fabricante o sello CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Peso 0.21 Kg.
Precio:   $5,109.00
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Descripción
-Autor: Taddei, And
-Editorial: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
-Formato: Tapa Blanda
-Idioma: Español
-ISBN-13: 9781492317364
-Páginas: 180
-Dimensiones: cm. x cm. x cm.
-Peso (kg.): 0.21

-Descripcion:

The 5 Biological Laws discovered by Dr. Hamer, they represent a new key of reading and understanding of all the defined processes called pathological. This book, in particular, deals in a very in-depth way the conflicts regarding the inherent conflicts of devaluation of the bones, the muscles and the articulations. A somatic map of reference, with which it is possible to go back in a precise and verifiable way to the bony and muscular pains, is illustrated. Furthermore, they are explained from the point of view of the 5 Biological Laws, most common and diffuse pathologies regarding the osteo-muscular system like: the arthritis, the arthrosis, the osteoporosis, the scoliosis, the herniated disc, the fibromyalgia, the rheumatoid arthritis and the valgus big toe. The book is composed by 2 sections: a first one, from the first to the tenth chapter, illustrates and explains the 5 biological laws, their meaning and what they involve; while from the eleventh to fifteenth chapter the conflicts, concerning the tissues resulted from the mesoderm, bones, muscles and articulations, are dealt. The book does not want to supply only a “prescription pad” of the map of the muscular, bony and articular pains, but it wants to make the reader understand the reason why, how, when and for how long the pains of the muscle-skeletal apparatus last in relation to the personal background. 5biologicallaws
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