Today, there are many people who experience painful moments because of some parts of their bodies have been affected by painful attacks on the joints or muscles and some of these attacks have degenerated to become chronic, hence yield to no treatment of the modern medical practices, however much the patients tries.
It’s common to hear most aged peoples and slight number of 30’s and 40’s complain of back pain, knee aches and also joints pain. Some of these problems have become chronic and they affect them throughout their life.
But at handy to help them get cured is the embracing of Complementary or Alternative Medicine (CAM) practices such as physiotherapy, chiropractic and osteopathy which have of late been used to offer lasting solutions to these kinds problems and it helps keep bodies fit, healthy and well maintained.
Physiotherapy aims to assist individuals with the achievement, maintenance and restoration of physical body functioning throughout their life. It also promotes health & wellness, prevent physical dis-functioning among others benefits of ensuring that muscles don’t get strained or tensed.
Physiotherapists assist individuals of all ages who have health problems and are unable to execute their duties. Osteopathy also emphasize on physical manipulation of the muscle tissues and bones. It enables reduction of back pain, neck pain, and limb and shoulder pain. The physicians involved in these fields use various techniques and practices to promote wellness and good health to the patients involved.
- They examine each individual’s problem so as to promote ability to move, reduce pain and prevent disability.
- They help individuals keep fit and prevent loss of mobility
- They also provide care for people in variety areas like home, hospitals and sporting areas and hence facilitates accessibility of health care to people
- Prevent the onset, symptoms and progression of impairment, functional limitations and disabilities that maybe result from diseases, disorders, conditions or injuries
- They also take part in educating individuals on activities to carry out so as to keep body well-maintained. They inform their clients about strategies they can employ to improve their physical functions.
The various problems of muscle and skeleton addressed by physiotherapists include; impaired posture, impaired muscle and joint misalignment. For instance it’s true that impaired posture may be as result of poor body mechanism and positioning and thus is subjected to physical therapy to help reduce pain and increasing physical functioning.
Osteopaths also helps in reducing muscle strains through the use various techniques such as soft tissue manipulation whereby they evaluate conditions of tissues and helps flow of body fluids smoothly. They also use visceral manipulation such as the use of ultra sound to treat some organs like liver, heart and lungs. The above techniques are combined among others to help their client keep fit and normal.
This website was initially established in French and belonged to Sébastien Plante who was a physiotherapist and osteopath who had immense experience in helping people who suffered from chronic body discomfort since he himself once suffered before he realized the best treatment for such discomforts which defy modern medical practices. He had created several innovative tools to allow people to have concrete tools to act on their health and well reclaim their good health. He also used to write monthly columns for several websites and magazines concerning treatment of chronic pain.
Moreover, he was also a writer and wrote a bestseller “Conquering Pain and Disease” though it was written initially in French and titled « Vaincre la douleur et la maladie » and another book titled “The Truth In The Face” – « La Vérité en face »
He also produced DVDs which had tailored exercises which were recommended to people suffering from chronic discomforts.
Currently I picked this domain after it was dropped because of not being renewed. I don’t know where the previous owner went but I decided to recreate it with more information about chronic aches and CAM techniques of treating these aches