In my daily routine, I use mostly visceral and neural manipulations which are considered a branch of osteopathic treatment. These methods were pioneered in France by their authors Jean-Pierre Barral and his colleagues. These methods are actively developed to date.
Visceral manipulation is a gentle therapeutic manipulation technique that consists of deep but tender stretching and release movements, mostly in the abdominal area. It aims to connect the body’s organs and other structures like fascias, ligaments, muscles and joints.
I mainly focus on the abdominal, thoracic and pelvic areas. The therapy itself is very effective and well accepted within the osteopathic community.
I also use Traditional Chinese medicine, mainly acupuncture and phytotherapy.
By stimulating precise acupuncture points on the body, we can effectively manage pain in both chronic and acute conditions. Phytotherapy is an herbal treatment prepared from authentic Chinese plants that are individually put together into a decoction or tablets. These are used on a daily basis outside my practice.
For those who wish to participate more actively in the healing process and workout daily, I usually pick some core-exercises from the DNS concept by Professor Kolar.
This method is based on developmental kinesiology which is the baby’s early motor development. Clients do their exercises at home every day after learning how to do them properly in my practice. I supplement my therapy with these exercises to treat clients more effectively as well as to prevent their condition from reoccurring.