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Osteopathy is based on the application of manipulatory techniques aimed at restoring the mobility of tissues and organs, taking into account the physiological, neurological and biomechanical elements which make the human body an anatomical unit from the anatomical point of view.
As defined by the International Belgian Academy of Osteopathy, osteopathy:
is a diagnostic and therapeutic approach manual globalizer of the joint and tissue mobility in general, within the framework of its participation in the emergence of diseases
According to its principles, through the manipulation of the musculoskeletal system, it is possible to cure the affections of vital organs or diseases since this manipulation would help to revitalize the blood supply or return the degree of normal mobility to the damaged joint and therefore to the patient’s healing. Osteopathy maintains that the body suffers from subluxations, that is, small displacements in the vertebrae of the spine that would trap the nerves whose effect would be the deterioration of body tissues and organs, in addition to generating a bad connection between the brain and the spinal column causing pains and diseases.
Osteopathy treatment is indicated in:
– Cervical rachis: cervicalgia, torticollis, cervicobrachial neuralgia, Arnold’s neuralgia, headaches and migraines, dizziness, muscular algias of the upper limbs.
– Dorsal rachis: back pains, costal pain, intercostals neuralgia, pseudovisceral affections, lumbago of dorsal origin.
– In the lumbar spine and pelvis: low back pain and lumbago, radiculopathies (cruralgia, sciatalgia), coccygodynia, lower limb pain.
– In the limbs: sprains, tendinitis, traumatisms without medical pathology. – In the cranial sphere: dental occlusion disorders, TMJ problems, dizziness, headaches, migraines…