Visceral and Parietal Osteopathic Therapy
The Parietal system includes musculoskeletal system with all its bones, joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments, etc.
When it comes to internal organs and their blood/ vessels, nerves and fascia, we are referring to Visceral system.
The goal of a visceral therapy session is to regulate the normal state of tension of the tissue, with particular regard to the transitions between the individual organs. By restoring normal mobility, your body should be able to achieve optimal self-healing.
The goal of parietal osteopathy is to correct the function of your musculoskeletal system by manual techniques. This should allow the body to move naturally and thus ensure better supply and disposal of the tissue. Both are basic prerequisites for the body’s wound and self-healing.
Visceral osteopathic therapy
- Lowering of internal organs
- Spasm of internal organs
- Adhesions of internal organs
Parietal osteopathic therapy
- Pain in shoulders
- Pain in knees
- Disc prolapse
- Lumbar Spine Syndrome (LWS Syndrome)
- Cervical spine syndrome (cervical spine syndrome)