OSTEOPATHY: It is a therapeutic discipline and a recollection of knowledge based on human anatomy and physiology, an understanding of how different tissues intervene when producing disorders and how the application of techniques help normalize these altered functions.

  • STRUCTURAL OSTEOPATHY, directed at the musculoskeletal system, where we apply techniques adapted to each dysfunction, each tissue, each patient, giving during the session, continuous analysis and decision in which technique to apply.
  • VISCERAL OSTEOPATHY, oriented to work on tissues that participate in organ function, the fibrous membranes, the muscles, the space between organs, the blood vessels, nerves. Al tissue that ensures organic functionality, needs to have anatomic freedom, which doesn’t always occur and be because of adhered surfaces, myofascial traction that difficults organ movement. The manual visceral techniques applied on organs help free these movement interruptions, which allows the organism to have a more useful functionality, productivity and healthiness.
  • CRANIAL OSTEOPATHY AND CRANIOSACRAL THERAPY, Is also applied through manual techniques, freeing and easing the micromobilty that the cranium has and also the craneosacral elements through the meningeal membranes and the spinal fluid. Some of the consequences of posture alteration, trauma, loss of muscle equilibrium etc, can affect the cranial nerves, arteries, glands and other tissue, when they arise through cranial orifices or in the cranium itself, this can provoke       neuralgias, vision and hearing alterations, gland functionality, vertigo, migraines, and even digestive, breathing, vascular problems etc, because of the vegetative nervous system.

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