What is osteopathy?
Osteopathy is a treatment that focuses on the rehabilitation of structures and systems functions of the body. This treatment intervenes manually on joints, muscles, ligaments and other tissues. This is one of the therapies that has been encouraged not only by professionals in the field, but also by the World Health Organization.
It is believed that self-healing is one of the characteristics of the human body and, as such, osteopathy aims to favor this event. This therapy aims to eliminate all factors that are preventing the correct development of this healing phenomenon and this is the main goal of the osteopath. In a nutshell, if the internal mechanics of the body are healthy, the system will heal itself.
Therefore, it is important to remember that the osteopath does not treat the problem, it gives the structure so that the problem is solved in a natural way.
Osteopathy is indicated for:
Osteopathy may interfere with the following diseases:
- Sciatic pain
- Herniated discs
- back problem
- low back pain
- Problems in the temporo-mandibular joint
- Among others
Who can not use?
This therapy can be applied to any individual except for bone cancer, acute rheumatoid arthritis, advanced osteoporosis and others. Contact us for a professional opinion.