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 […]
Herniated discs can be treated effectively by an osteopath. In addition to the lower back pain, which can be combined with pain along the path of the sciatic nerve, patients can feel virtually immobilized, with their back typically locked in a bending position, at times with a lateral deviation of the pelvis. These signs show […]
Osteopathic treatments have a positive impact on the anxiety and pain experienced by individuals with Parkinson’s disease.
Osteopathy is an approach that can significantly help newborns and young children. Problems such as a weak suck, irritability, colic, regurgitation, ear infections, breathing problems and asymmetries in the neck and the shape of the head can be improved with osteopathic treatment.
Based on the severity of the traumatic head or brain injury, osteopathy can help relieve or cure any after-effects and prevent certain problems from occurring in the short, medium or long term.