The primary purpose of this book was to compare quantifiable structural asymmetry to changes visualized in center of pressure (CoP) and/or postural sway. This was performed by the use of an Isobalance forceplate in order to introduce principles of osteopathic medicine to a Latin America culture. Osteopathic manual medicine (OMM) was used to correct structural dysfunction found in the study participants at the Baxter Institute in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. The change in CoP and/or postural sway was quantitatively measured by numerical change in the forceplate readings. The individuals in this region travel much of the terrain by foot, especially the group studied due to their missionary responsibilities. Therefore, the level of change measured by the forceplate well aid in identifying treatment effectiveness.