Osteopathic Mechanical Link

CLINICAL INDICATIONS

 

There are many indications, which are often not commonly known.  An osteopath may be consulted as a first-line health practitioner, however this should not be considered as an exemption from seeking medical advice.

 

 

Musculoskeletal problems: sprains, tendinitis, torticollis, neck pain, thoracic pain, lumbar pain, coccyx pain, postural problems, pain and stiffness related to osteoarthritis,…

Functional issues of the circulatory or nervous system: sciatica, femoral neuropathy, intercostal neuralgia, facial neuropathy, dental neuropathy, cervicobrachial neuropathy, carpal tunnel syndrome, pudendal neuralgia, occipital neuralgia, painful sequelae of shingles, sympathetic reflex dystrophy, restless leg syndrome, heavy legs, Raynaud's syndrome,...

Cranial pain and ENT problems: headaches, migraine, sinusitis, otitis, chronic rhinitis, articular jaw problems, certain types of vertigo and/or tinnitus,...

Endocrine disruptions: menstruation issues, menopause, certain types of unexplained infertility, chronic fatigue,...

Digestive issues: gastric reflux, gastritis, hiatal hernia, difficult digestion, functional colopathy, intestinal transit issues,...

Autonomic problems: hyperventilation syndrome, stress, anxiety, insomnia, palpitations, anxiety,…

But also: care of women during pregnancy and after childbirth, care of neonates (colic, regurgitation, crying for no apparent reason, deformation of the cranium); growing pains in children and adolescents, monitoring of scolioses and orthodontic treatments; urogenital issues (cystitis, urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence...), painful menstruations (it is important to not that the diagnosis and treatment of this area are strictly external); care of atheletes, monitoring of trauma related to sports, accidents or surgery (scars); any pain not responding to medical treatment, preparation for surgery, anti-smoking treatment, functional respiratory issues; and generally any emergencies treated in osteopathy,...