Pain, Migraines, Headaches

What goes on in our head during migraine attacks?

Studies over the past 40 years have shown that the vasodilation of the brain’s blood vessels is not the cause, but the consequence of a migraine. It’s origin more a change in the peripheral nervous system.

Migraines would therefore be the result of  neurogenic inflammation (that is to say caused by an activity in the nervous system) of the blood vessels of the dura mater, the origin of which is still not properly understood but could be an attack of the nervous system. orthosympathetic.

What causes migraines?

Migraine is a specific type of headache. Migrains are more common in women than in men. The pain caused by a migraine can last a few hours and up to  three days. The pain can sometimes be extremely violent quite considerable affecting nearly 7 million people in France.

Migraine suffers feel  dizziness, nausea or even vomiting, intolerance to noise and / or light.

Our solution

A new cell therapy from bioresonance providing lasting relief from migraines targetting migraine triggers.

We believe that there are many entry points for migraines: the liver, gallbladder, hormones, vascular etc ...

Aggravating factors are: Eyes, neck, teeth, stress.

Joint pain - Chronic pain is not inevitable

What does osteopathy consist of?

Osteopathy is based on a precise knowledge of human anatomy and physiology.

Loss of mobility in the joints, muscles or viscera can cause functional imbalance. Osteopathic treatment thus involves in-depth knowledge of the functioning of the human body in order to understand the interactions between each of these systems.

From the ancient Greeks and Romans to the bonesetter (widely known in the French and Anglo-Saxon provinces), men have used manual medicine for their own treatment.

Who is osteopathy meant for ?

Osteopathy is for everyone: pregnant women, young mothers and infants, teenagers, adults, athletes and the elderly. It is not just for symptomes or an illness

As the field of techniques is very wide, it is up to the osteopath to adapt his treatment to the patient, taking into account their age, general state of health, medical history, related risk factors and lifestyle.

Session :

45 minutes: symptom analysis, psychomotor relationship study, structural upgrading and treatment of the cause.