Osteopath in Palma
Osteopathy and Physiotherapy Center
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Frequently Asked Questions
An osteopath is a professional qualified health practioner, specifically trained to diagnose musculoskeletal problems that can be the root problem of a visceral or nervous system that is not aligned with the rest of the body. An osteopath plays a fundamental role in the diagnosis, treatment and care of people of all ages. If you have pain, and you have found us, we are here to help you out!
OsteópataPalma offers highly qualified professional osteopaths in musculoskeletal pain and pediatric osteopathy. We treat the biomechanics and postural asymmetries that are the cause of pain in the first instance, as well as visceral, craneo-sacral osteopathy and somato- emotional releases with specific techniques.
We are a team of highly qualified
Registered Osteopath no. 437
I´m a registered osteopath specialized in removing pain with mechanical, joint, muscular and nervous system manipulation techniques for adults and the elderly, children, and babies.
Professional and graduate; ROE (Spanish osteopathic register)
I am an osteopath with a bachelor degree in Osteopathy from the University of Oslo. I´m specialized in joint mobilization that is out of alignment, and spinal integration and alignment as all musculo-skeletal tissues dis-eased are interconnected; in this way I can relieve pain caused by inflammation and tensed muscles. I focus on building a positive relationship with my patients as I believe it will have an important impact on the outcome of the treatment.
The goal of the osteopath is to recover the normal function of the tissues, achieving at the same time the reduction or resolution of symptoms. Our aim is to find the best alignment the body can hold in that session, and to balance the posture, to avoid problems such as arthritis, stiffness and consequently pain. We improve joint movement through out the body and between each vertebrae so that the discs can have the best blood supply, a well-fed disc takes pressure off the nerves.
The most common causes of pain are due to asymmetric postures such as loss of curvature of the spine, one leg longer than the other, a torsion of the pelvis, scoliosis, forward shoulder rotation, deformity of the natural curve of the neck due to sedentary work, lack of exercise, aging, and the natural degeneration of tissues.
Your osteopath will explain to you where your pain is coming from and how to best recover it through rehabilitation and home exercises. We care about you.
How can we help you?
Bruxism, and muscle spasm
Postural imbalances or Scoliosis
Lack of movement
Capsulitis or frozen shoulder
Baby and children in pain
Colic – Reflux
Torticollis & plagiocephaly