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What is osteopathy?
Osteopathy understands the body as a single unit where, structure (anatomy) and function (physiology) are totally interdependent.
Osteopathy looks for the origin of each pathology, based on the globality of the human body and the interrelationship of all the systems that make it up.
is theart of diagnosing i treat mobility dysfunctions of the tissues of the human body, which cause disorders and disturb the state of health of the organism.
The most frequent pathologies we treat
Cervicalgia, back pain, lumbago...
Readjust a malposition of the vertebra or joint in question to release possible nerve entrapment or dysfunction in order to reduce inflammation.
Cramps, tendinopathies, contractures, fasciitis. Locate the primary lesion through a holistic study of the whole body to identify compensations and dysfunctions.
Headaches, dizziness, vertigo
These symptoms are usually related to a dysfunction or poor biomechanics of the cervical spine, so the area in question must be assessed, readjusted and treated.
Cervicobrachialgia, sciatica, cruralgia
When there is a neuralgic affectation we must know where this possible pinch is, muscular, vertebral or due to poor postural compensation, through a neurodynamic study.
Disc herniations or protrusions
Spinal injuries where the vertebrae proximal to the injury must be released and readjusted for their compensations.
Respiratory and digestive dysfunction
Functional, respiratory, digestive disorders, hiatal hernias...
Osteopathy not only treats structurally, but also viscerally and cranially, through myotomes or BLT techniques.
What do we do in an osteopathy session?
In the first session, theanamnesis, they are reviewed complementary tests and practice thegeneral exploration of the patient to mark and start the following treatment.
In second visits we continue with the marked treatment adjusting the different zones with dysfunctions up to the total recovery of the patient Once recovered, sessions of preventive maintenance monthly