AND IF IT TURNS OUT THAT YOUR SHOULDER PAIN IS A CONSEQUENCE OF AN ANKLE FRACTURED YEARS AGO?
IF THE RELAXING OF YOUR FOREHEAD AND THE REGION OF SINUSES YOU’VE BEEN FIGHTING SINCE CHILDHOOD WOULD REDUCE THE PAIN IN YOUR BACK?
IF THE REDUCTION OF ABDOMINAL TENSION AND A CHANGE OF DIET WOULD RESULT IN THE ELIMINATION OF SCIATICA?
THIS IS HOW OUR THERAPY WORKS!
The philosophy and the main assumption of our therapy is to reach the cause of the patient’s problem. The pain is only the last link in the chain of tensions that has blocked the body or part of it and caused symptoms throughout life, due to trauma, overload, stress and illness.
The fascia is a tissue that plays a key role in the formation and transmission of mechanical compensation in our body. It is part of the connective tissue and forms a continuous, uninterrupted tension system that extends throughout the human body as well as covers and connects every single organ, every muscle, bone and even every single nerve and muscle fibre. For decades this part of the human body was neglected and ignored by anatomists and researchers in various fields of medicine. However, after many years, the fascia obtained its own place in the world of medical research.
The techniques of our work with the patient are based primarily on the fascia, as a tissue the plasticity of which allows for its continuous reconstruction and influence on the functions of the organs and structures connected to it.
The main methods of our work are Fascial Manipulation, GDS Muscle and Joint Chain Method and Soft Tissue Therapy Techniques.
In addition, while working with the patient, we use knowledge from a number of other therapeutic methods and concepts, which we have studied during many years of physiotherapeutic practice.
A very important aspect of our clinical approach is prevention, understood as preventing the recurrence of the problem. The conversation with the patient in the office concerns ergonomics of work, sport, rest, dealing with stress and above all the diet, which has an extremely important impact on the myofascial system.