Abstract Osteopathy has existed and been practiced since the late 1800s. From its earliest days to the present there has been confusion and controversy about what osteopathy is, what are its unique foundational principles and how it might be practiced in its fullest form. To explore these questions we look to its origin – to the osteopathy of its founder, Andrew Taylor Still, MD, DO. Comparisons are made with the development of osteopathy in Britain.

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