The Compendium of SOT Peer Reviewed Published Literature 1984-2000
Charles Blum, D.C.
Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research ~ Volume 4 ~ Number 4 ~ Pages 123-124
One of the first books of its kind in chiropractic, the Compendium of Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT) Literature is a complete compilation of the published peer reviewed research relating to SOT and Cranial Therapeutic Techniques. The Compendium is a great resource for the doctor interested in research, improving his/her knowledge of chiropractic, and/or perfecting their technique. For the first time complete reprints of SOT articles from many different journals are all in one place for review, often in better condition than their original publication.
This volume contains all of the articles relating to the subject of Sacro Occipital Technique as developed by Major Bertrand DeJarnette, DC, DO, that were published in the chiropractic peer-reviewed literature from 1984 through early 2000.
Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT) is a comprehensive method for the diagnosis and treatment of neuromusculoskeletal dysfunction. DeJarnette applied the principles of engineering, osteopathy, and chiropractic to his conception of the body as a “three dimensional holographic matrix.” It is a view that encompasses the interrelationships that exist among the body and gravity, the viscera, cranial bones, cerebrospinal fluid, and meningeal dynamics, together with local and general endocrine, neurological, and energetic effects.