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Osteopathy

We pay special attention to neurological symptoms associated with the musculoskeletal system, which are often found in our clients

What is Osteopathy?

According to the World Health Organization, Osteopathy is a therapeutic discipline initially created by Andrew Taylor Still, a surgeon from the United States of America, in the mid-nineteenth century, based on manual contact for diagnosis and treatment.

It emphasizes the structural and functional integrity of the body and the intrinsic tendency of the same for self-healing.

The osteopath uses a wide variety of therapeutic manual techniques in order to improve physiological function and/or support homeostasis (or self-regulation); the latter is altered due to the presence of dysfunctions in the different components of the systems of the human body; articular and myofascial skeletal structures; and related vascular, lymphatic and neural elements.

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Treatment

During consultation, initially the professional undergoes a complete and personalized patient examination, which is responsible for evidencing all the relevant mechanical alterations present at the level of locomotor system, visceral and cranial system, in relation to the reason or reasons for his visit.

After this evaluation, in which the bases of the therapeutic discipline are taken into account, the osteopath describes the diagnostic approach, to subsequently carry out the most efficient treatment possible based on current clinical knowledge.

Osteopathy services

In our clinic we offer osteopathy treatment.

As a complementary application to the approach of the different medical specialties: traumatology, rheumatology, neurology, odontology, otorhinolaryngology, digestive, gynecology and obstetrics, pediatrics, geriatrics, psychosomatic medicine, integrative oncology (unique and exclusive action on the complications of the process and treatments made).

As specific methods and techniques: Clinical Pilates, Specific Adjustment Technique (better known as SAT), conservative and invasive myofascial approach.

As a tool for specialized attention in dancers: prevention and treatment of injuries, performance improvement in dance performance.