Publications

The Osteopathic Press is the printing and publishing arm of the Tucson Osteopathic Medical Foundation.  Previous publications include Something More....Osteopathic Medicine in Southern Arizona and Clinical Application of Counterstrain.   It is an integral part of the Foundation and has similar objectives in the achievement of excellence, innovation and caring in advancing community health care issues, enhancing medical education and developing sustainable support of projects which impact the lives of many today and in the future.  

Publications from the Osteopathic Press


Compendium Edition, Clinical Application of Counterstrain

Compendium Edition, Clinical Application of Counterstrain

Now available in hardcover print or ebook formats! The Compendium Edition of Harmon L. Myers, DO, Clinical Application of Counterstrain. Includes new work on: 1. cranial manipulation 2. physiology of somatic dysfunction 3. the efficacy of the counterstrain treatment model. ORDER TODAY!

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SOLD OUT! Clinical Application of Counterstrain

SOLD OUT! Clinical Application of Counterstrain

SOLD OUT! Authored by Harmon Myers, DO, this full color workbook is for practitioners and students of osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT). While archive copies of the book are available for viewing at the Tucson Osteopathic Medical Foundation, please refer to the Compendium Edition: Clinical Application of Counterstrain for all the useful information, plus additional contributions from other leaders in the field.

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SOLD OUT! Something More

SOLD OUT! Something More

SOLD OUT! The 100th anniversary of osteopathic medicine in the United States provided the springboard for development and publication of this acclaimed centennial book, Something More...Osteopathic Medicine in Southern Arizona. Archive copies are available for viewing at the Tucson Osteopathic Medical Foundation.

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Something More For You

This former 32-page four color magazine is now available online in our Something More for You Blog.  In keeping with the Foundation's mission, it continues to provide valuable health and wellness articles to its readers.

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