Scars can have a strong effect on our biomechanical function and also lead to pain, nerve irritation or similar.
This does not only apply to fresh scars.
Frequently it’s the factor time, which leads to a permanent, small traction or tension within the body, causing larger issues.
The biggest problem is sometimes the root cause for long-term or chronic pain remaining undiagnosed and untreated.
The discovery of the causes and immediate mobilisation of the scar tissue and surrounding areas generally leads to success surprisingly quickly.
Alongside the obvious changes in diet and the usual advice to ensure less stress, more sleep and better exercise habits, stomach problems can be resolved with effective manual therapy.
Many stomach problems and gastritis flares are the result of stress and diet, but also structural problems, like excessive tension in the diaphragm, spinal blockages or tension in the gastric tract itself.
Treatment for these issues is usually relatively simple and a sustainable improvement within easy reach.
A problem barely anybody talks about, but which concerns more people than generally acknowledged. A digestion that’s too fast or too slow or barely functioning or the feeling of being permanently bloated, each of these problems can be treated using a multi-pronged approach.
Targeted dietary measures and changes, specific treatment of the stomach and manual therapies can all contribute to healing long-term, chronic digestive issues.
Our nutritional therapy is based on an initial diagnosis and analysis of complaints (diarrhoea, constipation, inflammatory gastric or digestive issues), a determination of metabolic type (to be able to give individual nutritional advice for an overall strengthening of the organism) and general nutritional advice to support digestive function and to strengthen the gastric and digestive tracts.
A psychiatric specialist has to have a holistic approach. This means considering a patient’s mental and physical shape as well as his or her environment.
On a mental level, the patient can present with depression, anxiety or insomnia.
Fatigue, overthinking, loss of interest, joy and concentration can all result in great strain.
However, physical ailments like thyroid disorders or the consequences of cardiac disease and cancer can all have a massive effect on the psyche. Tinnitus and chronic pain are also on this list. This can lead to depression or, as a worst-case scenario, even suicide.
A patient’s environment is also an essential factor. Challenging issues from everyday life, like problems within the family or at work, grief, personal conflicts or loss can all result in mental health issues.
It’s important to take enough time for the patient to be able to have extensive and insightful conversations. It’s also essential to consult clinical reports like blood results in order to be able to create an individually adjusted treatment plan. We do this in collaboration with the patient so their wishes can be included, and common goals and treatment steps can be developed.