When consult ?
The Osteopath is often consulted in time of crisis, following a trauma or after a bad move. In general, few sessions are required to remove the pain depending on the severity of the injury and the age. (2/5 sessions)
However, Osteopathy is primarily a preventive medicine :
One or twice a year, a check up of the structure and health of your body is necessary in order to avoid future pain and/or muscle injuries along with joint, nervous and digestive issues.
The human body is similar to a mechanical engine which requires regular maintenance in order to work at its best. (1-2 sessions per year)! Prevent a injury is always better than having to fix one…
When should you consult an Osteopath ?
Osteopathy has many uses and application:
Joints and muscles
LBP: lumbago, sciatica
Back pain, neck pain: torticollis, whiplash
Sprains: ankle, knee, wrist
Tendonitis: tennis elbow, periarthritis
Hip pain and all pain following a major injury (sports, traffic accident, head injury, etc.).
Thermique nervous and vascular system
Headache (headache), migraine
Neuralgia: cruralgia, sciatica, neuralgia cervicobrachial
The autonomic nervous system
Stress, anguish, anxiety, depression, hyperventilation, irritability, tightness, sleep disorders.
The digestive system and visceral
Digestive disorders: constipation, diarrhea, bloating
Pregnancy care: hiatal hernia, liver-gallbladder disorders, functional pain of the pelvis.
The aftermath of trauma
Falls and shocks: tailbone, shoulder, skull
Post surgical healing after work.
ENT and pulmonary systems
Chronic sinusitis, imbalance, dizziness, tinnitus, swallowing disorders
The various problems of infant and young child after a difficult delivery (induced, delayed effects of forceps, vacuum, cesarean)
Sleep disorders, restlessness, lack of concentration, short-tempered condition, aggressive, digestive problems, ENT problems, blocked tear duct, scoliosis, torticollis, etc.
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Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israël
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