Which complaints are treatable with osteopathy?


Osteopathy focuses on the functioning of the entire body. This is important because your complaint often has a completely different cause than is assumed at first sight. For example, back pain could be caused by bowel problems or an ankle joint that is still trapped by an old sprain. Because everything in the body is connected to each other, every part could be the potential "culprit". It is up to the osteopath to find out what lies at the heart of the problem in your specific case. Below you will find an overview of a number of complaints for which you can consult an osteopath.

Problems that have arisen after a trauma are also helped by osteopathy. The osteopath can use his/her examination to assess whether the path for recovery is unencumbered (including muscle groups), so that a recovery can be accelerated.

If you are unsure whether your complaint is eligible for osteopathy, please contact us. Please do this by e-mail so that I can answer your questions at a suitable time.

There is also a free consultation hour on 1st Thursday of every month from 18:00 to 19:00. You can contact us by telephone or e-mail. If you do not have the opportunity to take part on that day, you can call for a free 15-minute consultation at a different time.

Head
Headache, migraine, tension headache, whiplash complaints, forehead inflammation, dizziness, ear pain, concentration problems

Chest
Tightness, palpitations

Belly
Gastrointestinal discomfort, abdominal pain, nausea, irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, diarrhea, heartburn, menstrual pain, soreness, incontinence, painful intercourse, complaints after abdominal surgery, subfertility (problems with getting pregnant)

Spine/pelvis
Neck complaints, back problems, hernia, pelvic pain, pelvic instability

Limbs
Sports injuries, restless legs, sprains, shoulder and hip complaints, frozen shoulder, tennis arm, carpal tunnel syndrome, RSI

General complaints
Fatigue, depression, menopausal symptoms, complaints during pregnancy.


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