Chronic low back pain can be caused by a lack of mobility in areas of the body that are separated from the lower back. According to Hühner/Mignault (2007), chronic low back pain can be decreased in a sustainable way through comprehensive osteopathic treatments.
Pain in the spinal column that leads a patient to consult an osteopath can be related to an issue involving an internal organ. This type of pain, which can be localized in the lower back, between the shoulder blades, in the neck or in the head, is referred to as viscerosomatic. Let’s take the liver […]