Macroscopic Characteristics of and Criteria for Biological Fixation of Bone Fracture in Chinese Mongolian Osteopathy

SUO YIN, DA-LAI HU, NAMULA ZHAO

Abstract


(Self) external fixation using small splints in Chinese Mongolian osteopathy originated from life and practice. Basing itself upon vital natural idea ‘correspondenci of nature and human’(including the ‘unity of mind and body’) integrating limbs and body, consciousness and body, human and nature, it integrates external fixation using small splints with psychological and physiological self fixation, and realizes geometrical, mechanical, kinematical, functional and psychological dynamic fixation of the ends of bone fracture. The fixation is natural, closed and open, by oneself, uncovered biological macroscopic fixing model, so this implicates developing direction and the model of future of modern fracture fixation.

Keywords


Mongolian osteopathy, Bone fracture, External (self) fixation using small splints, Biological fixation, Macroscopic criteria.


DOI
10.12783/dtbh/icmsb2017/17970

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