The possibilities of using craniosacral osteopathy after head injuries in kickboxing practitioners.
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Keywords

osteopathy, craniosacral technique, head injury, kickboxing

How to Cite

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Mańko G, Feliksik M. The possibilities of using craniosacral osteopathy after head injuries in kickboxing practitioners. mir [Internet]. 15Mar.2023 [cited 23May2024];30(119):64-5. Available from: https://interrev.com/mir/index.php/mir/article/view/212

Abstract

Osteopathic medicine constitutes a new branch of medicine, dealing with a man as indivisible organism. The human body is treated as a whole and has a mechanism of self-regulation and also the structures and functions that are highly dependent on each other, creating a balanced mechanism for mutual support. Described in the article craniosacral approach used in neurotherapy is especially important, mainly because of the small number of contraindications and ability to use even in the case of patient in coma. The paper presents the research and selected examples of techniques and osteopathic therapy, so that this medicinal form was brought closer to the reader. It was also emphasized that only an experienced osteopath, constantly supplementing related to this area knowledge, is able to efficiently and correctly follow the form of treatment. Kickboxing is associated with frequent and repeated micro-injuries of the head, which give a variety of ailments in the treatment of which cranio-sacral therapy turns out to be effective.

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