Especially when one counts oneself as informed, it is a delight to be surprised and enriched by a new book.

John Lewis’s recent title, A. T. Still: From the Dry Bone to the Living Man, might suggest a stale retelling of the historically trite. Such is far from the truth. Once we are inside the cover the osteopathic reader recognizes the time and effort over fifteen years that the author has dedicated to giving an authoritative and fresh look at the early days of osteopathy and their pertinence to perennial questions relevant t