Our Methods uses a drug-free, non-invasive form of manual medicine that focuses on the health of the whole body, not just the injured or affected part.
The therapist focuses on the joints, muscles, and spine.
Method intervention can help treat arthritis
, back pain
, tennis elbow
, digestive issues, and postural problems.
Treatment can also assist with sleep cycles and the nervous, circulatory, and lymphatic symptoms. Uses:
OsteoTherapy can provide relief and treatment for a wide range of conditions. These include:
- foot, ankle, hip, and knee pain
- back pain, neck pain, and sciatica
- hand, shoulder, and elbow pain
- tennis and golfer's elbow
- postural problems due to pregnancy, sports injury, driving or work strain, or digestive issues
Therapist can also detect conditions that are not treatable through the method, to refer patients to other specialists. Physical examination:
The therapist will physically examine the patient, who may need to remove some clothing to carry out the diagnosis. Patient privacy will be respected during this process.
The examination may take 1 to 2 hours.
The patient will be asked to demonstrate simple stretches and movements to help the therapist make an accurate analysis of their posture and mobility.
Therapist will also assess the health of the joints, ligaments, and tissues, using a highly trained technique of touch known as palpation.
The therapy method will propose a treatment plan to meet the patient's needs.
This will include the number of sessions likely to be needed, although this number may change depending on the patient's response to treatment.
Method emphasizes self-healing, so an therapist may also advise dietary changes, home exercise programs, and lifestyle adjustments.
The manipulation and hands-on work are gentle, but due to the physical work being carried out, a patient of osteotherapy may feel sore for the first 24 to 48 hours.
Treatment involves gentle and subtle manipulation, especially of the muscles and soft tissues. The therapist may stretch or massage the muscle.
If there are signs of a displaced disk or other serious condition, the therapist may recommand doing some imaging tests and direct the patient toward conventional treatment.
An therapist can help prevent problems by pinpointing potential sources of referred pain in good time.
They may suggest dietary modifications and changes to workplace ergonomics, such as seating and desk position. Prevention advice can involve:
- stretching exercises
- lifting techniques
- stress reduction
These techniques can help improve posture and reduce pain. Learning to lift with the legs, or example, and to stretch before exercise can reduce injury.
Lifestyle changes can dramatically improve health and reduce ongoing health risks and costs.
Preventing injury means more time keeping active, less time off work, and freedom to enjoy the benefits of healthful living.
30 min — €5045 min — €65
60 min — €75
90 min — €95