Book & online video
By: Dr. Eyal Lederman
Publisher: Churchill Livingstone
A revolutionary new book about the therapeutic use of stretching. This book offers a highly accessible account of the latest information about the role of therapeutic stretching in the management of restricted range of movement (ROM) disorders. Richly illustrated throughout, this exciting new volume covers the physiological basis of stretching, explores its classification and examines what is normal and abnormal in terms of ROM. Chapters then explain the processes that are associated with ROM loss and recovery as well as what makes stretching effective. The experience of pain, sensitization and pain tolerance in relation to stretching and ROM recovery are also discussed. Embracing the latest scientific research, this revolutionary book debunks many traditionally accepted stretching theories and associated techniques and supplants them with a more robust, scientifically valid system of practice.
(PDF format)
Accompanied by a range of practical on-line videos and over 150 photographs, this volume will be ideal for all manual and physical therapists, sports and personal trainers, and athletes who require special movement ranges.



Book & DVD
By: Dr. Eyal Lederman
Publisher: Churchill Livingstone
Neuromuscular Rehabilitation in Manual and Physical Therapy explores the vast and complex discipline of neuromuscular rehabilitation and simplifies it for clinical use. It is a practical source book for practitioners of manual and physical therapy who work with movement rehabilitation after musculoskeletal injury and pain conditions, sports rehabilitation, surgery and central nervous system damage.
(PDF format)
The book is a synthesis of over half a century of research and can be described as 'neuromuscular rehabilitation made easy'. It explores movement control and how it is affected by injury, pain and central damage. It provides practical solutions and comprehensive demonstrations (DVD) of movement rehabilitation for the upper and lower limbs and the trunk/spine.


By: E. Lederman DO PhD
Publisher: Churchill Livingstone
The Science and Practice of Manual Therapy is a comprehensive examination of the human response to manual therapy and touch. It explores the physiological, neurological and psychophysiological basis of manual techniques and how they affect the human body. This book will help the therapist towards an improved understanding of the techniques involved in their practice and enhance their ability to select the most appropriate techniques to use with the patient's condition. It will also help the therapist provide safer and more effective treatments.
"Clear writing, excellent organization and the effective use of line drawings, flow charts, boxes, tables and graphs have allowed Professor Lederman to succeed in producing an outstanding text covering the basic science and clinical application of all forms of manual therapy.
Professor Lederman's text is a masterful and fascinating presentation of the science of manual therapies."
Prof. Gregory D. Cramer, Chiropractician, 2004
"This book will be especially useful for students in the osteopathic schools. Beyond providing insight into the 'mechanisms of action' for manual techniques, Professor Lederman's text is written in such a way that it will facilitate the formulation of research problems that can be organized into reasonable experimental studies. It is my pleasure to recommend this text as a starting point for gaining an understanding of manual therapy for all students of body function and dysfunction.
Prof. Frank H. Willard, Osteopath, 2004
"The second edition of Professor Lederman's The Science and Practice of Manual Therapy arrives at a time when evidence-based practice is evolving as the state of the art in clinical practice. Practical application combined with scientific research an . understanding of anatomy and histology is the strong point of any treatment approach. The foundation of this book is built upon the above principles. At a time when pressures to increase productivity are prevalent, it is important to select techniques that have reliability and have proven to be successful in patient care.
Professor Lederman has provided us with a wealth of information designed to enhance our clinical decision making and technical skills."
Prof. Robert Donatell, Physiotherapist, 2004

Book & VHS Video or DVD
By: E. Lederman
Publisher: Churchill Livingstone
Harmonic Technique is a classical osteopathic technique which has been 'rediscovered',researched and further developed for use in modern practice by Eyal Lederman. This practical text describes the fundamentals of this important technique and explains how it may be used in practice. The biomechanical and physiological basis of the technique are also presented. Illustrated with over 50 photographs it provides a detailed step-by-step guide to the implementation of the technique. The 40 minute video which accompanies the book gives a detailed demonstration of the different techniques together with spoken instruction on how to use them. This set is a complete guide to this important area of manual therapy.
"Overall, this package is effective: it provides clear description and explanation, enabling consumers to obtain a good feel for the technique. Case histories in the book are useful in applying the technique to clinical situation, bringing it to life."
Liz Horley, Physiotherapy, June 2000
"I enjoyed reviewing this set and would recommend it as a useful and informative book relevant to the work of all manual therapists, although a little expensive for osteopathic undergraduates. I found it thought provoking and can imagine myself dipping into it on a fairly regular basis in practice."
Fiona Walsh, The Osteopath, February 2000

By: Prof. Laurie Hartman
Publisher: Nelson Thornes
A compendium of photographs and full descriptions of osteopathic techniques.
Now in its third edition, this successful 208 page textbook has been fully revised,
expanded and updated.
The author uses his extensive teaching experience to:
  • Discuss all aspects of modern osteopathic technique (including indirect technique)
  • Emphasise the most suitable procedures for varied body types
  • Show how to develop skill and assist constructive learning.
  • Demonstrate modifying factors that fit different techniques to different subjects and models of dysfunction.



Lederman's Osteopathic Neuromuscular Rehabilitation
28-30 Sept 2018, Cote d'Azure, France
Dr. Lederman lecture on post-surgery and post-stroke movement rehabilitation of older adult
2019, University College of Osteopathy London
Lecture Notes UCO students (free registration)
5 Feb 2018, London

Dr. Eyal Lederman talks Functional Neuromuscular Rehabilitation (Workshop in Helsinki - Podcast)

Dr. Eyal Lederman Presenting The Process Approach at iO Convention
20-22 Oct 2017, London

Download lecture notes (short version)
Free live forum 3 Oct 17
Tasha Stanton Stiffness in the Back: Biomechanical or Stretch Sensitivity?
Lederman E 2017
A Process Approach in Osteopathy: Beyond the Structural Model

Lederman's workshop:
The Training Conditions
for Connective Tissue Adaptation
March 2017, Ulm University, Germany

CPDO at Home Video
Leon Chaitow & Laurie Hartman Comparison of Neck Management
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New podcasts with Dr. Lederman:
Part 1: Failing Models

Part 2: A Process Approach

Lederman's Myth of Core Stability 22 October 2016
Brisbane, Australia

End of the structural model? Interview with Dr. Eyal Lederman
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A Process model in Manual and Physical Therapies
Article by Dr. Eyal Lederman

The Myth of Core Stability
Interview with Dr. Eyal Lederman
New title by Dr. Lederman

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Neuromuscular Rehabilitation
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The myth of core stability
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