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- orthopedic and locomotive disorders (affecting all the organs that manage locomotion): sprains, tendonitis, lumbagos, cruralgias (pain on the crural nerve path following a pinching of the nerve), cervicalgia (pain localized at the level Of the cervical), after traumatisms, in consolidation of fractures, the losses of mobilities due to the scars. - neurological dysfunctions: cervico-brachial neuralgia (pain on the path of a nerve going into the arm because it is pinched between the contracted scalene muscles.) Burns or electric discharges are often felt as well as tingling ), Sciatica (the sciatic nerve is stuck on its way or out of the spinal cord due to a herniated disc or vertebral compression most often), carpal tunnel (= compressed nerve on arrival in the Hand, resulting in loss of sensitivity or tingling), Morton's syndrome (nerve compressed in the foot, causing tingling and loss of sensitivity in the toes, most often III and IV), intercostal neuralgia, Arnold's neuralgia (Arnold's nerve stuck on its way out of the intervertebral space at the level of C2), headache or migraines.- digestive trauma: hiatal hernia, con Stipulation, functional colopathy, gastric acidity and gastroesophageal reflux, bloating. - impacts on the ENT system: rhinitis, sinusitis or otitis repetition, headache, migraines.
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Adult Osteopathy, Pediatric Osteopathy, Perinatal Osteopathy, Cranial Osteopathy, Visceral Osteopathy
Osteopathy; Soft osteopathy, osteopathy ; Massage after trauma
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