Osteopathy and physiotherapy
Our organism consists of countless structures, all of which are directly or indirectly connected and influence each other. If the interaction between muscles, bones, organs, nerves and other structures is disturbed, the body gets out of balance and complaints arise.
The goal of physiotherapy is to eliminate dysfunction and associated pain. For example, with strengthening exercises, stretching of the muscles or mobilization of the joints. In addition, incorrect posture can be prevented by posture and muscle techniques.
Osteopathy, on the other hand, is a holistic form of treatment that treats all structures of the body as a single unit. Dysfunctions, such as blockages of the bony system or problems in the visceral (internal organs) and cranio-sacral (cranium-spine-cruciate) areas are detected and treated.