The Compleat Bone Setter


  • Historic Methods for Curing Broken Bones
  • Treatments for Diseases of the Head
  • Published by Townsends
The Compleat Bone Setter is a 17th century volume originally written by Frier Moulton which was then translated by Robert Turner MD. This historic medical manual covers curing broken bones and dislocated joints, treatments for the eye, and diseases of the head.
Should not be used for current medical advice, for research purposes only. This edition was originally published in 1665. Facsimile text, 168 pages.

Made in USA
 Item#  C-7421