About Caroline Barrow

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Caroline Barrow runs the College of Body Science and specialises in teaching advanced anatomy and physiology in a way that inspires and builds confidence for CAM practitioners. She is on maternity leave for the rest of this year, but you can find out about next years courses and get lots of free anatomical support at www.collegeofbodyscience.com. Or contact her at carob@collegeofbodyscience.com

Articles by Caroline Barrow

  1. The Importance of Anatomy to all Healthcare Practitioners

    Listed in anatomy and physiology

    Caroline Barrow discusses the importance of studying anatomy for all those working in healthcare. She points out that so often in natural medicine there is a pull between the scient...

  2. Medical Intuition - Interview with Lori Wilson BA MSW

    Listed in interviews

    Medical intuition can often pinpoint pre-clinical information, imbalances or weaknesses in specific areas, subtle issues, as well as the strengths in a persons energy field.

  3. Wander-Full, Wonder-Filled Thinking

    Listed in clinical practice

    The author starts enthusiastically by discussing the different passions that people have from golf and fishing to crochet and knitting. Yet, how often does one take time to think ab...

  4. Bodywork: The Relevance of Subclavius

    Listed in anatomy and physiology

    This article touches on the importance of small muscles in the body such as the pectoralis minor, sternocleidomastoid, omohyoid, etc., and focuses on the subclavius, a small, long, ...

  5. The Relevance of Piriformis

    Listed in anatomy and physiology

    This Expert Column is a must read for anyone involved in treating people with lower back pain, leg pain and sciatica. Caroline discusses the possibility that these problems may be c...

  6. The Relevance of the Viscera

    Listed in anatomy and physiology

    This column focuses on the connection between musculoskeletal issues and our internal organs and the discovery made by French osteopath Jean-Pierre Barral when exploring the anatomy...

  7. The Relevance of - Ribs

    Listed in anatomy and physiology

    This column focuses on the relevance of our ribs and the small joints associated with them, including their function and interplay with other organs in the body, namely the lungs an...

  8. The Relevance of the Sympathetic Nervous System

    Listed in anatomy and physiology

    This column looks at the body Sympathetic Nervous System, how it affects us and how this particular range of nerves gets around the body.

  9. The Relevance of the Diaphragm

    Listed in anatomy and physiology

    This column focuses on the anatomical diaphragm in relation to its respiratory function.

  10. The Relevance of The Parasympathetic Nervous System

    Listed in anatomy and physiology

    This column follows on from an earlier column (in Issue 142 of PH - December 2007) by the author on the Relevance of the Sympathetic Nervous System.

  11. The Relevance of... the TMJ: Part I: A Little Bit of Anatomy to get your Teeth Into!

    Listed in anatomy and physiology

    This article is an interesting, if highly technical description of the functioning of this very important and complex joint – the temporo-mandibular joint.

  12. The Relevance of.... The TMJ - Part 2. Some muscles to chew on...

    Listed in anatomy and physiology

    The author continues here her detailed technical analysis of the TMJ. It is a clear exposition of a very complex part of our anatomy, which would be an extremely useful chapter in ...

Book reviews by Caroline Barrow

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