Osteopathy General Indications
  • Osteopathy General Indications

General Indications

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Osteopathy is a systemic manual medicine in which the human is placed in a holistic perspective.

Basically, an osteopathic treatment is about restoring the mobility, elasticity and functions of the various body structures. Biomechanical and myofascial conflicts are treated through manual techniques, which are activating the body's individual self-healing capacity and normalizing the functional balance of the individual.

Osteopathy is based on the principle that all body systems (bone, blood, nervous, lymphatic and hormone systems etc.) are connected and depend on a mutual cooperation. On the parietal level, the supporting structures of the body (bones, muscles and fascia) are been treated. In the visceral system, the therapist is focusing on the internal organs and their mobility. In the craniosacral system, the mobility of the cranial bones and the sacrum are being stimulated.

Osteopathy differs from other manual therapies by its broad spectrum of techniques: from very gentle, such as craniosacral, to manipulative techniques. The entire treatment is adapted to the age and constitution of the patient.

An osteopathic treatment brings the body back into balance, enabling faster recovery.

Osteopathy Indications:

General Problems of the musculoskeletal system

  • Headache - TMJ Problems
    Tension headaches – Whiplash – Dizziness – Migraine – Acute tinnitus
  • Tensions, diffuse back and neck pain
  • Foot, knee, hip and shoulder pain
  • Acute complaints «lumbago» or «dislocations»
  • Assistance for chronic complaints
    Chronical tendonitis – tennis / golf elbow – carpal tunnel syndrome – sinusitis (sinusitis) – fibromyalgia
  • Assistance for structural complaints
    Herniated discs – Arthrosis – Arthritis – Rheumatism – Ankylosing Spondylitis – Scoliosis
  • Rehabilitation after accidents and sports injuries
    Bruises, sprains, dislocations

Treatment of surgical scars

General problems of the visceral area

  • Respiratory System
    Support with Asthma and shortness of breath
  • Digestion System
    Heartburn – Flatulence – Diarrhea – Constipation, Irritable bowel – Support for structural complaints, e.g. Crohn's disease
  • Urogenitale System
    Menstrual cramps – Stress incontinence – assistance with fertility issues

Stress reduction – decreased vital capacity and performance