In order for a physiotherapist to perform this technique, he must have an excellent knowledge of anatomy and biomechanics. Before performing the technique, the functional status of the patient is done. We will now give an example of its execution. The patient has pain in the l / s part of the spine (lower back), limited flexibility of flexion (bending the torso forward), as well as pain when bending. During mild, completely painless pressure on a certain segment, the physiotherapist puts the patient in such a state that the patient performs the movement without pain, as well as without limited mobility. Then it is necessary for the patient to repeat that movement a certain number of times, most often 6-10 repetitions in 3-4 series. The patient immediately felt a significant reduction in pain. We hope that we have at least managed to bring the technique closer to you.
Conditions in which it applies:
- Headache (caused by cervical spine)
- Pain in neck and shoulders
- Chest pain
- Pain in the extremities (arms, legs)
- Pain and limitation of the spine (neck, chest, lumbar)
- Tennis elbow, golf elbow
- Metacarpal tunnel syndrome
- Osteoarthritis of the joints (coxarthrosis, gonarthrosis)
- Tendons, ligaments
It is important to point out that this technique is also used in the acute state of pain.
Thanks to this technique, we have become recognizable, as those who solve the problem of pain quickly and efficiently, and what is especially important, completely painless and non-invasive. We like to say that this is our favorite technique, as well as that it is recommended for all those patients who are afraid of chiropractic.
- Type pf therapy
- Physical Medicine
- 2000 RSD