Osteopathy in women
The anatomy of women is essentially different from that of men. The biggest difference is that the female body is basically able to conceive, complete the pregnancy and bring new life into the world. These processes each require a specific adjustment of the tissues involved (hormones, circulation, joints, muscles, nerves and organs). If this adjustment is not optimal, it can lead to complaints during puberty and menstrual phase, pregnancy and after delivery.
Sometimes your body can use some support in these processes. The osteopath uses manual techniques to optimize the mobility of the joints, muscles, nerves, blood vessels and organs involved, so that the self-healing ability of the body can be addressed. The treatment can also consist of exercises and / or a diet or lifestyle advice.
If you are unsure whether treatment by the osteopath could be of help for you, please contact Marie-Jeanne.
Complaints for which girls and women can visit the osteopath are:
- irregular menstruation
- back and pelvic pain
Pregnancy related complaints
- difficulty getting pregnant
- stomach acid
- respiratory complaints
- heavy / tired legs
- intestinal complaints / constipation
- complaints after caesarean section
- delayed recovery after delivery
Marie-Jeanne Nijdam is a certified osteopath and is registered with the Nederlandse Osteopathie Federatie (NOF).
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