Treatment of pain syndromes and autonomic dysfunction


Contraindications to osteopathy quite relative and dependent on adequate use of varieties of techniques for specific pathology, if necessary in conjunction with the allopathic approach, according to the standards of treatment.
Osteopathy is not limited to the use of a form of the disease, and the impact of osteopathic conditions, or the need for urgent emergency treatment measures (intensive care, detoxification, immobilization, isolation, antiepilenticheskaya treatment, surgery treatment, etc.)
Contraindication to the direct approach of osteopathic treatment (structural and visceral Osteopathy) are urgency of the patient (the acute phase of cerebral or spinal stroke, massive bleeding, epistatus, acute myocardial infarction, acute cranial trauma, spine, major joints, polytrauma), acute and subacute inflammatory diseases brain and spinal cord and meninges (myelitis, meningitis, encephalitis), progressive flow type of intracranial hypertension. It is also a contraindication are malignant tumors of any location; abnormal bone fragility, acute severe infections, osteomyelitis of the spine, tuberculous spondylitis; abnormal mobility in the spinal motion segment, the postoperative period in surgical interventions on the skull and spine. Cranial osteopathy or craniosacral biodynamics thus can be used as one of the minor ancillary treatments urgency states.
For mental and infectious diseases osteopathic treatment is limited to the mode in which the patient resides.
Under these conditions osteopathic treatment should be adjusted to the terms of reference of the relevant disease in accordance with the standards of treatment.

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