Osteopath is a doctor who, in his medical practice, relies entirely on the technique of the hands. Let's consider who an osteopath is, what his duties are, what diseases he treats and when to treat it. So, about everything in order.
Osteopathy is a developing medical science, the basis of which is treatment by hands. That is, in his work the doctor diagnoses the disease with the help of hands. Unlike manual therapy, that is, bone-healing, osteopathy is a milder method of working with the patient. The main principle of osteopathy is that only one organ can not be ill in the body, since if one hurts, it means problems with the whole organism. Therefore, in order to cure one organ, it is necessary to diagnose the whole organism, to find the root cause and to eliminate it.
During treatment, the osteopath does not use instruments and instruments and does not prescribe prescriptions. All treatment takes place with the help of hands. The doctor works on certain points on the body and this heals the injured organ. The main feature of the osteopath is in full knowledge of the anatomy of the human body. Sensitive arms recognize diseased organs, and due to this the osteopath diagnoses.