Osteopathic treatment for liver

Written by: Jaume Ramón
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The liver is a key organ in the treatment of osteopathy. Especially in the case of women, since it is responsible for metabolizing most hormones such as estrogens. Treatment of Osteopathy in the liver is several purposes: strengthening the metabolism and excretion.

It is performed as needed by the patient, as the osteopath can work the liver ligament level, viscoelasticity, vascular-lymphatic, psycho-emotional and obviously blood (hepatic artery).

It is necessary to distinguish three parts of the liver to be treated and, on this basis, the osteopath uses either technique:

Middle part: metabolic zone (digestion, toxins)

Right: infectious area (memory liver, hepatitis A, B, C)

Left: mechanical area (left triangular ligament)

Aortic artery pass the three large arteries that are necessary for osteopathic treatment in the liver that are: gastric, splenic, and hepatic ..

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*Translated with Google translator. We apologize for any imperfection

By Jaume Ramón
Osteopathy

Director, responsible and osteopath with Dra.Vanesa Galindo MOTEC Center osteopathy (Barcelona). This experienced osteopath and physiotherapist, has a great sensitivity in their treatments thanks to its devotion to human anatomy and physiology. Dr. Ramon has completed clinical and training in Spain and internationally in Italy, France and Brazil with an extensive international postgraduate training under the supervision of Dr. Jean-Pierre Barral.

*Translated with Google translator. We apologize for any imperfection

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