Osteopathy

Osteopathy is a five-year, part-time study, which can be taken up after the completion of a degree in physiotherapy or medicine.

Structurual Osteopathy Valencia

Structural Osteopathy

Techniques that focus on the mobilization and correction of joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments and fasciae. The objective is to improve mobility, blood circulation and metabolism on the human body’s different structural levels.

Visceral Osteopathy

Visceral Osteopathy

Focuses on flexibility (mobility), one’s own rhythm (motility) and the function of the internal organs. This freedom of movement depends on good circulation, venous drainage, lymph drainage and a good nerve supply. Organs are mostly attached to and influenced by fasciae on the motor system. Through special grip techniques using the hands, limited mobility of the organs and the structures attached to them can be felt and resolved.

Craniosacral Osteopathy Valencia

Craniosacral Osteopathy

Freedom of movement and the vitality of the cranial bone (cranium) and the sacral bone (sacrum), as well as the movements of the dura mater and cord skin (reciprocal tension membrane) and of the fluids (cerebrospinal fluid) are evaluated and treated. These rhythmical movements continue throughout the entire body; freedom of movement and vitality can be supported in this area too.

When can osteopathy be helpful?

Allowing ourselves to be regularly supported, treated and supervised by an osteopath can often make a crucial difference in our daily lives. Our day-to-day lives demand a lot from our bodies, and maximum health provides the pivotal advantage to achieve everything we want in the world.

To see our health as the greatest good, to place the focus on ourselves.

This not only changes us positively, but also our everyday life and the lives of our children, partners and fellow humans.

Osteopathy for babies and children

Osteopathy for babies and children

Osteopathy for babies and children

Osteopathy for children supports the free development of a child’s vital energy and their individual potential. The objective is the unrestricted movement of all bodily structures.

The structure and function of the small body are exclusively influenced with the therapist’s hands.

Common indications in children that can be treated with osteopathy:
Sucking and swallowing difficulties, reflux, tantrums, strabismus, tympanic cavity perforation, chronic inflammation of the middle ear, intestinal colic, bronchitis, asthma, chronic runny nose, misalignment of the teeth (malocclusion), teeth-grinding, concentration difficulties, learning difficulties, torticollis, scoliosis, hip problems, recurring urinary tract infections, constipation, cerebral malfunctions, delayed growth, and much more.

Osteopathy and women’s health

Osteopathy and women’s health

Osteopathy during pregnancy

Pregnancy: preparation, help with unfulfilled desire to have children, pregnancy support, and postpartum support.

Gynecology: menstrual discomfort, hormone fluctuations, pregnancy (before & after), imbalance of the female organs, processing trauma, etc.

Treating women’s health holistically makes a lot of sense. This includes hormonal complaints, as well as everything to do with pregnancy. A number of clients have experienced how osteopathy can help to relieve symptoms. A broad interdisciplinary network also helps here of course.

An unfulfilled desire to have children, relieving pregnancy-related discomfort, such as nausea, heartburn, pressure, back pain, tension, incontinence, shortness of breath as well as injuries during birth or from a caesarian are topics where your osteopath can provide support.

Osteopathy can also provide support in measures for preparing for a pregnancy, easing the passage of the baby through the pelvis (especially focusing on the pelvis, pelvic floor and diaphragm). Osteopathy is also used in the postpartum check-up and in supporting postpartum regression and breastfeeding.

Women’s health is influenced by the complex interaction between the autonomic nervous, hormonal and immune system. Cyclical hormone fluctuations can have a strong effect on the rest of the body too, such as on the muscles and ligaments. This includes menstrual pains and dysfunctions, pelvic floor dysfunctions, breast pain and discomfort, foreign body sensations and pain in the vagina, abdominal pain and stomach aches, ovarian cysts, ptosis of the organs, recurring bladder infections, incontinence, endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome, menopausal discomfort and general exhaustion.

Osteopathy for women's health
WHAT CAN I EXPECT FROM THE THERAPY?
Treatments for families