Osteopaths are highly qualified health professionals.
Every day more than 30,000 people in the world apply to osteopaths for neck and back pain, joint and muscle problems, sports injuries, recurrent headaches and more. Osteopaths can eliminate the pain in a very short time with the mobilization and manipulation techniques they apply.
ORTHOPEDIC MANUAL THERAPY (OMT)
Manual therapy techniques are applied by physiotherapists as a complementary treatment method. Combined with physical therapy methods and techniques, it prevents unnecessary surgeries and improves quality of life.
Myofascial Release is a safe and highly effective applied technique that includes a light and continuous pressure on Myofascial connective tissue restrictions to relieve pain and restore movement.
Lymphedema disorder is caused by the accumulation of lymphatic fluid in the intercellular tissue, causing swelling in the arms, legs and trunk.
SCHROTH-3D SCOLIOSIS TREATMENT
Three-dimensional treatment for scoliosis has been used in Germany since 1921. Mrs. Kathrine Schroth first created this method after using it for 11 years, bringing together a lot of information and creating a mosaic of teachable methods.
DEEP TISSUE AND TRIGGER POINT MASSAGE
Trigger point massage is applied to relieve and even eliminate the pain caused by muscle cramps and nerve contractions known as spasm.
This technique emerged after a long period of self-monitoring by the Australian actor Frederick Matthias Alexander (1869-1955) as a result of his dismissal on the stage and the inability of doctors to cure him.
The Graston Technique is a patented manual therapy using stainless steel tools to perform muscle mobilization. It is a kind of soft tissue mobilization mainly used by chiropractors, osteopathic doctors, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and some licensed massage therapists.
McKenzie Method is a biopsychosocial system that emphasizes muscle strengthening and patient empowerment and self-treatment. It is an internationally accepted assessment and treatment method for spinal and extremity pains developed by Physiotherapist RobinMcKenzie in New Zealand. It has been widely used all over the world for more than 30 years.
The Mulligan concept was developed in the 1980s by the New Zealander physiotherapist BrianMulligan. Techniques specific to the concept are applied safely and effectively in musculoskeletal and nervous system diseases.
FMS (Functional Movement Screen)
The FMS advocates that first mobilization, then stabilization, then the correct movement and the last force must be loaded.
FMS; weak neuromuscular control is a system used to assess the quality of movement pattern in athletes because it is thought to increase the risk of acute injury (1).