Methodology

An osteopath has sufficient knowledge to use different methodologies; depending on each patient the osteopath will use a technique or another, or several in one sitting.

Our therapeutic areas:

STRUCTURAL OSTEOPATHY / BIOMECHANICS
Basically relies on prompt muscle, ligamentous, tendinous and articular systems.
The therapeutic approach is manual; manipulative techniques are used to return physical liberty and biomechanics to human body and restore function.

THE CRANIAL OSTEOPATHY
Cranial osteopathy is based on the model that all the physiological function of the body and all tissues move so rhythmic and cyclic as part of its respiratory activity .
The cranial technique uses a very subtle contact to sustain the body and correct alterations in the body’s tissues, including bone and circulatory and nervous systems.
An osteopath has a very deep knowledge of anatomy of the bones of the skull and the central nervous system and how they interact among them.

VISCERAL OSTEOPATHY
All the visceral system is attached by ligaments, arteries, veins and nerves…
If there is a stress in any system, the body will have a dysfunction that if not repaired, can become a pathology.
Visceral techniques focus on improving and support the visceral system as well as all blood, hormone, contribution of neurotransmitters, drainage system…

GYNECOLOGICAL OSTEOPATHY
Gynecological techniques include internal techniques; they are very soft and allow the body to rebalance the tissues that have been damaged and return the integrity of the pelvic and urogenital system.

PEDIATRIC OSTEOPATHY
Babies respond very well to cranial techniques and help them solve many discomforts caused by childbirth.
If the container of the brain, in this case the skull, is compressed in some area, obviously the brain will also have certain compression and not work at its full potential.

BIODYNAMIC OSTEOPATHY
This approach works with technical fluidics, intends to interact with fluid and guide it towards the optimum movement that accompanies the health.

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