What does an osteopathic treatment consist of?
Osteopathy is a manual therapeutic specialty that mainly treats osteo-articular and musculoskeletal pathologies.
They are integral treatments in which we try to give a solution to the injuries from their origin, which consists in the treatment of the dysfunctions and pathological alterations that we can find in the following areas
spine, joints, nervous system, muscular system and viscera.
The objective is the recovery or improvement of the biomechanics and function of tissues that present significant alterations, by means of a global treatment. global treatmentby means of various therapeutic techniques.
When is it advisable or necessary to receive osteopathic treatments?
Next, we are going to expose cases where osteopathy can help in a direct way in each of the cases.
Musculoskeletal injuries such as:
- Muscle aches and pains
- Bone fractures
- Back pain
- Low back pain
Cranial problems with influence on the nervous system such as:
- Facial paralysis
- Tension migraines
- Dizziness or vertigo
- Altered sleep cycles
- Anxiety or anxiety
Problems in organs and viscera such as:
- Irritable colon
- Hiatal hernia
Through osteopathy we will seek to restore the balance between the muscles and the nervous system.