What are the causes?
- degenerative injuries and processes (fractures in the spine, spondylolisthesis, degeneration / damage of the intervertebral disc, discopathy, degeneration of the spine joints, Scheuermann disease, ligaments damage, muscles and tendons overload)
- inflammatory diseases (RA – rheumatoid arthritis, ZZSK – ankylosing spondylitis)
- metabolic diseases (osteoporosis, Paget’s disease, osteomalacia)
- infectious diseases (tuberculosis of the spine, purulent spondylitis)
- benign and malignant tumors
- postural pain syndromes of the lower spine
- instability within the lumbar spine, pelvis, different length of lower limbs, genu varum / lopsided knee, flat-valgus / clubfoot feet
What to do?
- make a diagnosis based on objective medical tests such as magnetic resonance, computed tomography, X-ray
- a visit to an osteopath will strengthen the body self-healing effects
- change of position during the most common everyday activities – taking care of work ergonomics
- equalization of muscle tension
- start rehabilitation both in water and on land, in order to strengthen the deep abdominal muscles that are the main stabilizers of the spine
How do we treat?
- through osteopathic therapy we strive to balance the body at the cellular level, which enables self-healing processes, analgesic therapy,
- by introducing a bioresonance examination, we can boost a treatment and diagnose possible food intolerances that may irritate the intestines,
- classes in water can influence the mobilizing of a patient suffering from pain – which shortens a treatment period and speeds up a safe return to work
- thanks to the training classes, we want the patient after the “spine incident” to be able to return fully to the activities he performed before the injury