Osteopathy for Adults

The reasons for consultation in adults are mainly osteoarticular pain of the limbs and back (lumbar, dorsal or cervical). They are often linked to a bad working position, repetitive movements, a degenerative disease such as discopathy, trauma (“false movement”) or to the practice of a sport. These pains can also be increased by stress and accumulating nervous tension. Over the years, the osteopath has become a specialist in functional disorders such as low back pain, sciatica / sciatica, back pain, cervicalgia / trapezialgia …

But osteopathy for adults can also be effective on the functional pathologies digestive (constipation, diarrhea, bloating, stomach ache, etc …) and gynecological (pain during menstruation, during intercourse, etc …) as well as on cranial affections (headaches and migraines, chronic ENT pathologies, etc …).

Finally, the adult can suffer various traumas such as falls on the head, back or buttocks that may go unnoticed for a time, and then one day lead to pain. We find for example the accidents of the public way or sport which can lead to a disorganization of certain systems of the organism and thus to unbalance the body in a big way. This last phenomenon, called “Whiplash” (“whiplash” in English), is quite common and well known to osteopaths who have completed training.

“The adult accumulates many constraints that alter his balance during his many personal, professional or family activities.”

The consultation can then result from a trauma, but also be preventive. Once a year, as an annual report, even without pain, anyone can consult an osteopath, to maintain a balance of the body and thus avoid the appearance of pain. The osteopath will then test your entire body for mobility restrictions in order to treat them and avoid any future inconvenience.

Here is a list of signs that can lead an adult to see an osteopath:

  • Back pain: lumbar, dorsal, cervical
  • Neuralgia: sciatica, cruralgia, cervico-brachial neuralgia, intercostal neuralgia …
  • Pelvic pain: sacralgia, coccygodynia (coccyx pain) …
  • Functional urinary and anal incontinence
  • Operations Suites
  • Headache, some vertigo
  • Muscle pains: contractures, cramps, breakdowns, stiffness
  • Osteoarthritis, arthritis, osteoporosis
  • Joint pain: hip, knee, ankle, fingers, shoulder, neck …
  • Digestive disorders: abdominal pain, functional colopathy, diarrhea, constipation, bloating, epigastric pain, abundant belching …
  • Post-traumatic consultations
  • Sleep disorders, depression, depression, anxiety, nervousness …

Anyone can consult an osteopath, no matter the age or the reason for the consultation, it is enough to have a treatment adapted to the peculiarity of the patient.