Osteopathy is a straight line of science, the idea of what is a polarity in the fact that a skin man has a great life potential and building up to self-improvement.
Osteopath's goal is to find immobility in an organ, in a system, in tissues. Using manipulations and specially trained hands, the osteopath puts all the organs in their place. If blood circulation is impaired, the task is to deliver the inflow to these areas by osteopathic manipulations. If the nerve is compressed, the osteopath frees it, where there is a solid structure - the bone is out of place, the specialist makes a correction. Where the organ is lowered, the osteopath returns it to its original position.
- The osteopath is fluent in the knowledge of anatomy, physiology, biomechanics and pathological abnormalities in the human body;
- Has experience in the practical application of many osteopathic techniques, which he begins to work out at the stage of training;
- The osteopath "sees" with his hands, identifying pathological processes in the body by palpation;
- The osteopath acts gently, without causing discomfort or pain in the patient.
Osteopathy is effective in treating::
• Musculoskeletal system
• Digestive system
• Endocrine system
• Reproductive and genitourinary system
• Disorders of the central nervous system
• Disorders of the peripheral nervous system
• Respiratory system
• Excretory system
• Dental system