OSTEOPATHY

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The Osteopathic Intervention

 

Takes a functional diagnosis from which uses a set of methods and techniques for therapeutic and / or preventive manually applied on tissues, muscle, connective, nervous etc, obtained directly or reflects physiological reactions balance and normalize the different muscle disorders, musculoskeletal, organic and functional, improve or resolve the clinical state and with special emphasis on its manifestations painful.This is a manual therapy that helps relieve, correct and restore musculoskeletal injuries and organic pathologies. 

Structural Osteopathy

 

Directed to the musculoskeletal system, where we apply several techniques adapted to each dysfunction, every tissue, every patient, ocurring during the treatment session, a steady and continuous analysis by the Osteopath on which technique to apply.

The field of action is geared to all structures of the human body and, in regard to musculoskeletal disorders has important indications that present with pain at the spine (cervical pain, headache, stiff neck, back pain, back pain, sciatica and, in general, ome neuralgias vertebral compressive syndromes or peripheral) or costal region and pain in the upper or lower limb (consequence of trauma, sprains, tendinopathies etc).


They also have special indication in syndromes and migraine headaches, dizziness, and equally cardiorespiratory systems, circulatory, etc. 
In short, any functional problem that affects the muscular or osteo-articular system leads sooner or later, an organic problem, because all organic functions are interrelated. For example, vertebral mechanical dysfunction is an injury with a micromechanical nature that it is self-sustaining, by reflecting, with deep muscle spasms (defense mechanism that triggers the nervous system), often reversible either spontaneously or with an osteopathic manipulation during a treatment session.

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