Benefits of Osteopathy

Osteopathy is a manual system of treatment that realign all the structures of your body in order to re-establish the proper function of the system making them work together in harmony.

 

 

In this post I will talk a little about the benefits that you can have with osteopathy treatment, among the benefits we can mention:

 

1. Improve Circulation

With osteopathic manipulative treatment we can help to promote an improve on the circulation of your body fluids which maximize your energy levels and also help in muscle recovery.

 

2. Increase joint mobility and flexibility.

With osteopathic manipulative techniques we can help to relieve stored tension on the ligaments of the joints which will improve flexibility and bring as a consequence an increase on range of motion of the joint.

 

3. Decrease muscle tension and spasm.

Osteopathic manipulative techniques are quite successful in breaking the pain/spasm cycle which will bring a considerable decrease in muscle tension which will make you feel more relax.

 

4. Improve posture.

Posture can slowly and naturally improve as the spine becomes more flexible. A good posture promote a properly breathing patterns and also promote less tension throughout your body.

 

5. Improve Nervous System Function

Releasing tension on the tissues that surround your brain and spinal cord, it will improve nerve conduction which will improve function of nervous system.

 

6.Improve Digestive Function

With Visceral Manipulation we can release restrictions in the tissues around the organs. Decreasing these restrictions will allow the organ work properly and this will improve the function of your digestive system.

 

As you can see, there are many benefits of receiving an osteopathic treatment. Call and book an appointment with Andreina Linares.

 

 

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