Introduction to sports osteopathy
What can you expect from our osteopathy sessions for athletes in Mallorca?
First of all, our osteopaths will carry out a thorough evaluation of your physical condition, your medical history and your sporting goals. This will help us develop a personalized treatment plan that is tailored to your individual needs.
During the sessions, our osteopaths will use a variety of manual techniques, such as joint manipulations, stretching, and myofascial release, to improve joint mobility, relieve muscle tension, and promote blood circulation. They can also work on correcting postural imbalances and optimizing biomechanics, which will help you move more efficiently and reduce the risk of injury.
We understand that each athlete is unique, and that is why we adapt our techniques and approach to your individual needs. Whether you’re running, cycling, swimming, tennis or any other sport, our goal is to help you reach your full potential and stay in top shape.
What is osteopathy for athletes?
The main objective of osteopathy for athletes is to maintain a healthy balance in the body, optimizing the function and mobility of the musculoskeletal structures. This is achieved through gentle, non-invasive manual techniques that are applied individually, taking into account the athlete’s physical condition, sporting demands, and goals.
During an osteopathic session for athletes, the osteopath will perform a complete assessment of the athlete’s physical condition, including evaluation of posture, joint mobility, flexibility and muscle function. From this evaluation, the osteopath will develop a personalized treatment plan.
Techniques used in osteopathy for athletes may include joint manipulations, stretching, myofascial release, mobilization techniques, and other specific manual techniques. These techniques are applied with the goal of restoring proper alignment of the musculoskeletal structures, improving joint function, reducing muscle tension, promoting blood circulation, and optimizing the biomechanics of the body.
In addition to treating injuries and musculoskeletal disorders, osteopathy for athletes also focuses on injury prevention. Osteopaths work to identify muscle imbalances, biomechanical dysfunctions, and areas of tightness or stiffness that may predispose athletes to injury. Through the correction and balance of these aspects, it seeks to reduce the risk of future injuries.
What are the most common treatments?
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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.
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