Osteopathy at R2comSPORT in Neu-Isenburg

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“Osteopathy is a manual diagnostic and therapeutic approach to the dysfunction of joint and tissue mobility in general, in the context of their involvement in the occurrence of disease…” (Belgian Academy of Osteopathy)

The principle of self-regulation and self-healing forms the basis of the philosophical approach. Other decisive aspects are the unity of the body – all parts are structurally and functionally inseparable – and A.T. Still’s insight that structure directs function and, conversely, function determines structure.

Our body is therefore in a constant state of build-up and breakdown and the fluctuation of tissue that is constantly adapting to the respective condition and changing. The conclusion is that structural changes, e.g. in organs or muscles, also result in a change in function, which in turn is expressed in a loss of mobility in the respective tissues.

Based on this knowledge, the osteopathic concept uses manual techniques on many different levels to treat and prevent “disease” manifesting itself through restricted mobility.
The aim of the techniques is the reorganization of the body in its individual balance, comfort and economy and the harmonization of arterial, venous, lymphatic and nervous supply to ensure the best possible adaptation and adequate response to all influences.

The various techniques can be performed directly or indirectly and exist for all organs, the entire musculoskeletal system and the cranio-sacral system. All three systems, parietal (musculoskeletal system), visceral (internal organs) and cranio-sacral, receive equal attention and are inextricably linked.

Depending on the findings, an individual decision is made on which level to treat. The osteopathic concept is therefore a very comprehensive and competent way of treating illness. Contrary to popular belief, it is not only possible to treat diseases or dysfunctions of the musculoskeletal system, but also diseases of almost all other tissues.

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