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Halstead, H., MD, Motorpathy, and Motion, — Life, Northampton: Metcalf & Company, 1859.
The kinesipathist exercises the organs themselves, cures sluggish bowels, strengthens special muscles, cures hot heads and cold feet.
Active amusements would at least add to the force & flexibility of muscles, cause debility & torpor to be succeeded by a vivid circulation & a healthy action of the organs of life, giving gaiety & animation, activity & cheerfulness. It would straighten out gnarled bodies & animate the palsied organs of humanity, giving uprightness, strength, vivid life to our whole being.
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