Posts Tagged ‘manual therapy’
Metamorphic therapy is a treatment that allows a cure based on the metamorphic qualities possessed by the body.
This is a very precise technique to treat emotional problems and even shocks reviewing current and past personal experiences from the moment of our creation to the present. This will lead to a good relationship between health and welfare.
This type of therapy has similarities with the principles of medicine holistica, which is that we have a match in our life and spirit, body and mind in unity. These bonds are what gives the name to be holistic.
This manual therapy activates the vital energy within us, leading our bodies natural healing. Therefore we can consider it to us and not to the condition. This only helps our body to find the energy balance necessary for their regeneration has the best performance. Read the rest of this entry »
Objectives: The primary objective of this observational study is to evaluate the improvement of patients with whiplash treated with specific physical techniques and the time they need to improve the physical state in which they live.
Material and Methods: A sample of 12 patients between men and women aged between 21 and 61 years subdivided into two groups according to sex to which they belong. Data were collected from each patient at the beginning and end of study time. Data processing was performed using the Statistical Program CaEst 1.2, and found the statistics: mean, standard deviation, variance, test of goodness of chi-square test signs of S and the linear regression.
Results: At the end of the study which lasted six weeks, the results were that 12 patients of the sample containing the twelve raised their health in some or all aspects, both physical and psychological. The improvement in the group of men is 100% as the 5 men included in the sample had improved. The improvement of women is also a 100% because the sample of 7 women returned improvement.
Conclusion: The use of physical therapy (thermotherapy, therapeutic exercise and manual-cinesiterapia) in patients with whiplash had a clear positive influence on this condition, improving the symptoms with which we are presented with the study patients.
Keywords: whiplash physiotherapy, thermotherapy, manual therapy. (No abstract in English) Read the rest of this entry »