Sunday, January 10, 2010

Traditional Hydrotherapy - Nearly there.

After almost 20 years of work (on and off) I am getting near the release of my summary of Kellogg's and Abbott's books on hydrotherapy as web pages.

I have finished the links and have the basic web page layout. I'm busy now working out how to quickly make individual pages as automatically as possible. ( I'm really using Vim's keyboard macros heavily here)

This process equates to the 5th step of my To Do list. Although I'v already worked out most of the css from the 7th step and will probably do that at the same time.

Traditional Hydrotherapy is the hydrotherapy treatment of many diseases and conditions with extensive linkage. The information was taken mainly from books by Drs John Harvey Kellogg and George Knapp Abbott. It is meant to be used by professionals or people trained in hydrotherapy as there is little explanation of the techniques. Read more


  1. I don't know a lot about hydrotherapy, Bruce, though I do have some background. (We lived at Uchee Pines from 1985-1987, and currently live not too far from Wildwood. Our oldest daughter is currently head of the Hydrotherapy / Massage part of the Weimar NEWSTAET Lifestyle program in California). I'm really looking forward to seeing this site finished!

  2. Kyhtak, you have the honour of being the first comment on the blog.

    "Wildwood"... Tennessee in spring... good memories of the dogwoods and fresh air, love that part of the country.

    Thanks for the encouragement, I'm looking forward to getting it finished too. Not long now....