Stress urinary incontinence is characterized in particular by involuntary leakage of urine when coughing, jumping, changing position, sneezing, laughing and engaging in physical activity. Osteopathic treatment can relieve symptoms and help women with this condition regain adequate bladder control and improve the muscle tone of their pelvic floor.
Regurgitation, gastric reflux, difficulty sucking—these feeding problems common to newborns are often related to excessive compression on the digestive system. An osteopath can relieve the newborn’s symptoms and calm the parents’ nerves by detecting and eliminating the cause.
Cranial techniques are widely used by osteopaths, particularly to help patients suffering from headaches. Let’s begin with a differential diagnosis of both migraines and headaches.
An individual’s posture is multifactorial—it is regulated by multiple sensory inputs and its balance is maintained by active and passive forces generated by the person’s body. Different factors can upset postural balance. Mechanical constraints are therefore placed on the body, which can eventually develop all types of problems. By helping the body’s tissues regain their […]