Manual Medicine

Manual Medicine is often used to treat acute and chronic spinal pain or limited joint movements ("blockages").

The aim of Manual Medicine is to restore harmony in the movement of the entire spine by "unlocking" individual vertebral segments or joints (shoulder, elbow, hand, hip, knee, ankle and foot).


Through targeted techniques of Mobilization/Manipulation/Neuro-Muscular Techniques, it is possible to treat functional disorders of the musculoskeletal system, as well as tissue changes, thus contributing to a sustainable pain relief.


In this way, Manual Medicine allows not only a differentiated diagnosis, but also a gentle therapy of functional disorders of the musculoskeletal system. This combination makes Manual Medicine an efficient and pleasant treatment method for the patient.

Indications:

- Acute or chronic pain/Limitation of movement in the spine
- Pain/Limitation of movement in the peripheral joints (e.g. hip, shoulder, elbow, hand, ankle).