Osteopathic treatment

Osteopathy is a modern method of diagnosis and treatment that approaches the body holistically - as a whole. Why this approach? Because the systems in our body are in a permanent connection with each other and function in perfect symbiosis.

The appearance of disorders in a certain area of the body affects other areas. Osteopathic diagnosis reveals disorders of mobility of tissues, organs and joints from the perspective of the whole body and stimulates self-healing.

Osteopathic treatment recognizes pelvic nervous system imbalances in women, for example, and corrects them, bringing them back to normal. This is how infertility can be treated.

The branches of osteopathy are arranged in three planes with three different treatments: structural osteopathy for muscles, joints, bones, craniosacral osteopathy for skull and spinal cord, and visceral osteopathy, for internal organs.

 

What treats osteopathy

Osteopathy is based on the fact that skeletal muscles support and protect the internal organs. These muscles can be dislocated for various reasons, such as:

  • accidents,
  • incorrect postures,
  • stress or mental pressure
resulting in local pain or disorders of vital organs, circulatory, nervous and respiratory systems.

 

If the muscular system and the joints are aligned correctly, then the body tissue will be healthy and the circulatory, lymphatic and digestive systems will function optimally.

The most common diseases that occur are those of the spine - discopathy, protrusions, herniated discs, which can be treated with osteopathy.

Other conditions are: migraine, headache, digestive disorders, constipation, gastritis, sphincter mobility disorders, orthopedic problems - 1st and 2nd degree sprains.

The conditions that can be treated by osteopathy are not limited to the above and we invite you to come to an evaluation consultation.

Visceral osteopathy is a therapy that returns the mobility and motility of the viscera - of the internal organs.

Although it is a less known therapy, visceral osteopathy is very effective in optimizing the functioning of the internal organs, which recommends it as a prevention, with medium and long term results.

The therapy is performed manually, is gentle and non-invasive.

What treats visceral osteopathy

The viscera, term by which the internal organs are called, become dysfunctional by reducing the capacity of contraction and relaxation. Visceral osteopathy, through gentle manipulations, restores the functioning capabilities of the internal organs.

  • Abdominal organs: liver, spleen, gall bladder, small intestine, large intestine
  • The anterior part of the neck that connects the skull with the organs in the ribcage - these are approached by reflexogenic or air pressure manipulations, with no direct approach possible.
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Osteopathy is a complex field, but in short osteopathy treats back pain, shoulder pain, headaches associated with neck and shoulder pain - diseases of the 21st century. By using various techniques, the healthy rhythm of organs and fluids in the body is restored, which reduces pain and reactivates self-healing.

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