Osteopathy


Osteopathy is a manual therapy that seeks a comprehensive improvement. Globally assessing the patient, interrelating all body systems.

The treatment is manual, requires a complete inspection of the posture, analysis and interpretation of pathology and medical tests.

Through the performance in the field of structural, visceral and cranial osteopathy, more effective and lasting results are achieved.

There are many techniques, from vertebral manipulations with fast speed impulses to extremely sensitive techniques with minimal range of motion.

The osteopath can treat problems from 0 years old, up to no age limit.

Structural Osteopathy:

Always from a global point of view. Structural osteopathy is responsible for the correction and recovery of joint mobility. Analyzing its origin from the posture and its interrelationship with other structures.

Giving fabulous results in all muscle pathology, tendon, joint and nerve structures.

Diseases: cervical pain, back pain, low back pain, herniated and protruding discs, headaches, tendinitis, osteoarthritis, meniscopathies, acute and chronic sprains...

Visceral Osteopathy:

The visceral approach, seeks to improve the mobility and proper functioning of the viscera itself and its relationship with other organs but also with its connections with the muscular and postural system.

Reestablish its function with manual techniques without pain. Structures such as the stomach, lungs, liver, kidneys, uro-gynecological system...

Diseases: slow digestion, reflux, constipation, venous congestion, menstrual pain, visceral pain, anxiety...

Cranial Osteopathy:

It is in charge of assessing cranial structures in relation to cranial nerves. In relation to the senses, chewing. Swallowing, hormonal system, digestive system and head circulation.

Cranial techniques are of great interest in newborns and babies with alterations of form and function.

Application for: headaches and migraines, vertigo and dizziness, tinnitus (ringing and whistling), digestive problems, visual disturbances and posture. Also jaw dysfunctions such as bruxism, pain when opening the mouth, chewing... ears).