Physiotherapy and osteopathy treatments that keep your muscles and bones in shape.
The symptoms of the temporomandibular joint are reflected in tooth or jaw pain, often caused by stress.
Avoid chewing gum or biting your nails is essential if you have this problem, and there are several exercises that can help reduce symptoms.
If the severity is greater, at Dr. Charani dental centers we offer specialized sessions of physiotherapy to help you relieve pain in times of maximum tension.
Manual therapy is a specialty of orthopedic physiotherapy that is based on the treatment of patients’ neuro-musculoskeletal conditions. This treatment is performed by manipulation of the muscles and joints based on a biomechanical study of these, performed by specialists.
This type of therapy includes a wide variety of techniques that can treat different ailments that patients may have. For example:
Sprains, contusions, tendinitis / tendinosis, dislocations, fiber breakage, muscle contractures, cervicalgias, lumbalgias, dorsalgias, herniated discs, sciatica, cramps, back pain, consolidation of fractures, postoperative treatments, meniscopathies, amputated, etc.
Osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, arthritis, rheumatism, spondylitis, spondylolisthesis, …
Muscular pathologies, joint blocks, signs of joint instability, paresthesias or tingling in the hands / legs, herniated discs, disc protrusions, scars, adhesions …
Dry puncture is a semi-invasive technique that uses acupuncture needles for the treatment of myofascial pain syndrome, a syndrome produced by trigger points.
The syndrome produced by the trigger points is a pain related to a discrete, irritable point in the skeletal muscle or fascia, not caused by a local trauma, inflammation, degeneration, neoplasia or infection.
This technique is semi-invasive because the needles penetrate the skin, pressing and contracting the trigger point to deactivate it and thus reduce the pain they cause.