Osteopathy teaches us that the source of the problem is not always located in the same place as the pain. The osteopath decreases the intensity, frequency, and duration of pain. This promotes a return to balance and self-healing.
Here are some pathologies that can be relieved with osteopathy:
Chronic pain as a result of:
- road accident
- work accident
- fall or physical trauma
- sports injury
Osteopathy can also help with health problems such as:
Osteopathy can help with your digestion problems, stomach aches, stomach reflux and heartburn.
Osteopathy is the answer to your digestive issues, if you suffer from constipation, liver problems (sluggish liver), colitis, and biliary problems.
The pulmonary system
If you have ever suffered from pneumonia, it is important to note that this infection leaves traces in the lungs, fascia, and lobes.
However, the osteopath, through manipulation, maintains the balance of the respiratory system and reduces tension in the pulmonary system.
Pulmonary issues such as:
- post-treatment bronchitis
- chest pain
- respiratory allergies (combined with acupuncture for better results)
It is important to note that certain gynecological disorders alter the structure of the pelvis.
The osteopath takes care of maintaining the balance of the gynecological system in pregnant women, which also prevents static disorders of the foot, sciatica, and back pain. In summary, all of these interventions help improve the general condition of the woman after childbirth.
The osteopath helps with:
- menstrual pain
- follow-up during pregnancy
- postpartum recovery
For people with a sensitive bladder, some everyday activities, such as winter sports, are no longer enjoyable because of sensitivity to the cold. For others, it is bloating in the lower abdomen that is often the cause of their discomfort.
Consult an osteopath if you are suffering from:
- ptosis (descent of the bladder)
- a kidney problem
- recurrent cystitis
If you have received one of these diagnoses, the osteopath will be able to help you in a safe way. Note that the osteopath does not make any diagnosis.
Do not hesitate to make your appointment with our osteopath Chantal Tanguay, who is present at our clinic every Wednesday.