ADULTES & SENIORS
Vertebral pain (neck pain, back pain, low back pain) is very common. These back pain which are often the consequences of an adaptation, can come from a muscular contracture, a bad position, digestive disorders, adhesions following an operation, after-effects of sprain ...
Some osteopaths use gentle techniques that are adapted to the intensity of the pain and the tissue involved.
Due to an accident...
During a car accident, the body is subjected to a very sudden change in kinetics. The shock can cause whiplash, for example, but pain is sometimes present without objective radiological signs.
It is urgent to be treated by an osteopath in the following cases:
- Chest or vertebral pain.
- A head trauma.
- If there is a loss of memory, hearing, smell, vision disturbances, recent dizziness, sleep disturbances.
- If you have anxiety, a decrease in postural tone, a depressed state.
The osteopath makes an overall assessment of the body. It can diagnose and relieve chronic pain present in the elderly such as hip, knee, hand, spinal pain.
People with weak transit, dizziness, repeated headaches can see their ailments diminish or disappear with osteopathy. This comfort can radically change a person's mood.
The osteopath must improve the mobility and the locomotion of the various structures of the body. The immobility of the elderly makes them tend to stiffen, losing the flexibility of the tissues and joints.
Adults and disability
Osteopathy brings disabled people a better physical and mental state, helping them to overcome the difficulties encountered.
People sitting in a wheelchair may experience severe back pain from their position. The osteopath relieves this pain after a session which allows the person to be less nervous and to feel his body better balanced.
Nowadays, osteopathy is part of the therapeutic framework and uses all the techniques at its disposal for the well being of people with reduced mobility.
AHI & Emotions
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