Holistic Manual Therapy Perivale, Greenford and West London

Holistic Manual Therapy

Holistic Manual Therapy is a specialised form of physical therapy.Therapy consist of treatment which is typically for functional disorders (of motions). An Holistic Manual Therapist is searching for the ground reason of dysfunction, followed by the adverse reaction that the body is taking from stimulation with many kinds of impulse.

We work with the whole of your body to try to understand the causes of the symptom in the body, commonly we know and analyze the mechanisms of negative stimulation dysfunction for example, the wrong way of sitting, stress response patterns - lifting the arms, jaw clenching like. Each person is a whole in which the body, psyche and spirit are trying to behave in a balance. If that balance is disturbed , we can jointly take a look at which of the realms of personality needs support, even though we only symptom in the body.

The treatment uses safe and extremely effective technique manual and reflex (mobilizations, manipulations on the joints of the spine and extremities as well as the impact on the soft tissues (muscles, fascia, ligaments, tendons), through them on the nervous system).

Advocates of manual therapy claim that these techniques, when correctly applied, are very effective and most often result in dramatic improvement of the patient's signs and symptoms.

Holistic Manual Therapists learn and improve their techniques and knowledge in the practice of effective and safe practices working with the mind, the realm of the subconscious mind and spirituality so as to regain psychophysical balance.
Used together and individually with manual techniques gives excellent therapeutic effects. We treat a sick person, the whole person, not just the sore part of the body.

Contraindications

Contraindications are for example, osteopenia, advanced arthropathies, spinal anomalies, using anticoagulant drugs, vascular disorders, pregnancy, neoplastic lesions of the spine, ribs, and pelvis, tuberculosis, osteoporosis, inflammatory conditions (rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, septic arthritis), healing fracture or dislocation.