Manual Therapy and Osteopathy

What is Manual Therapy?

Manual therapy – osteopathy, is a therapy method where the doctor performs therapy with his own hands. Manual therapy often let’s you to avoid expensive operations. In addition, this method of treatment is always accompanied by pleasant sensations and psychological comfort – the emotional environment is very nice.

What are the basic principles of manual therapy ? What is it about?

The main conception of the manual therapy lies in the perception of the physical integrity of the human body. This means that the body is not a collection of individual parts, but a complex creation and works in harmony, and is perfect only as whole system.

According to this concept the disease causes structural changes in different organs or systems of the body, which in turn leads to a functional (activity) problems. But there is an inverse relationship – functional (activity) problems lead to structural problems of organs or changes in various body systems. This creates a sort of “vicious circle”.

Manual therapies and osteopathy’s task is to stop this pathological cycle and restore normal structural – functional relationship.

How is this type of treatment classified?

Depending on the treatment area this method is divided to:

  • Structural – works with musculoskeletal dysfunction;
  • visceral – aims to remove internal organ structural-functional disorders;
  • cranial –aims to regulate psychosomatic and psycho-emotional condition of the patient.

Is this treatment right for you?

During the consultation you will tell your doctor what makes you worry, what the treatment results do you desire, what would you like to change. This will help to better understand and evaluate your desires and to advise on whether this treatment is right for you.

We recommend that manual therapy, when you suffer from:

  • Pain in the joints of the spine (osteochondrosis), intervertebral hernia;
  • Radical pain (chronic and subacute period);
  • Move support apparatus pains and dysfunction after surgery and trauma;
  • Intercostal neuralgia;
  • Headaches;
  • Pseudokardija;
  • Neurosis;
  • Insomnia;
  • Dizziness;
  • Functional hypertension, hypotension.

In addition, manual therapy is successfully applied to children in such cases:

  • Attention and behavioral disorders;
  • Hypertensive and hypotensive syndrome;
  • Frequent colds (bronchitis).

When it is better not to use manual therapy?

Manual therapy is not applicable when in cases of:

  • Oncological diseases;
  • Mental illnesses;
  • Fever;
  • Deep-vein thrombosis.

If you have any questions, please contact our GK Clinic by phone at (5) 255 33 53 and arrange a private consultation.

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