Tendinitis is a common problem treated by osteopaths. When this pathology is located in the knee, it can involve several tendons, namely: – The patellar tendon – The Iliotibial band – The pes anserine (inner hamstring) muscles
The vast majority of people with multiple sclerosis experience a level of fatigue considered to be debilitating, which leads many people to withdraw from active life. The physiopathological mechanisms behind the fatigue associated with MS are poorly understood. Recent research has shown the possible impact of osteopathic treatment in decreasing the fatigue experienced by people […]
An osteopathic study has shown scientifically and in a statistically significant manner that osteopathic treatment reduces fibroids and their symptoms.
Chronic prostatitis is a condition that responds very well to osteopathic treatments.
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.