Osteopathic Treatment

Osteopathic approach allows to restore body functions by using non-invasive methods. Thorough osteopathic and orthopaedic examination helps to find the root of the problem. Hence, treatments are aimed to work with the cause, not the symptoms.

One of the main osteopathic principles states that the body has the ability to heal and regulate itself. But over time the body gradually loses the ability to self-regulate and self-heal due to aging, trauma, surgical procedures, repetitive activities, childbirth, postural imbalances, emotional breakdowns and so on. Experienced osteopath helps the body to go back to its optimal state (not necessarily ideal) which permits all bodily fluids (lymph, blood and cerebrospinal fluid) to move freely without any obstructions and nourish all bodily structures and organs. That is how healing processes are initiated by the specialist and continued by inherent power of the human body

  • Osteopathy for babies:
    • It helps with latching and feeding issues
    • Deals successfully with sleep problems
    • Colics and reflux
    • Hyper- and hypotonicity
    • Relieves symptoms of birth traumas, congenital conditions, genetic disorders
  • Osteopathy for toddlers, preschoolers, and school age children:
    • Helps to correct orthopaedic injuries and issues
    • Promotes cognitive and physical development
    • Helps with behaviour issues
    • Relieves symptoms of growing pains
    • Corrects postural issues (scoliosis, hyperkyphosis, hyperlordosis, feet overpronation, and so on)
    • Great support during orthodontic treatment (may help avoiding wearing braces)
  • Osteopathy for adults – helps with:
    • Chronic pains and aches
    • Acute injuries
    • Spinal disc issues
    • Arthritis and other degenerative joint disorders
    • Depression and stress related issues
    • Headaches and migraines
    • Post concussion disorder
    • Postural correction
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