Pain is a meaningful body device, as it should protect us from further damage.
If, for example, I come across a hot top plate, the pain allows me to recoil and thus prevents a deep combustion.
Chronic pain has lost its warning function and can develop into an independent clinical picture. Many mechanisms play a role here that extend far beyond the physical structures.
We have a memory of pain, bad experiences that we have had at some point in our lives, stress, trauma and other physical damage, such as arthrosis or dysfunctions, can contribute their share to chronic pain.
This is where alternative or complementary pain therapy comes in: As far as possible, the affected person is recorded as a whole, possible causes are investigated and, of course, as far as possible, the healing process is initiated.
The impulses can be given by Acupuncture, Homeopathy, kinesiology, Hypnosis or osteopathy to mobilize the self-healing powers.
The goal is to reach the state of painlessness or even better, the state of "all-round health".
Specialist for Orthopaedics and Trauma SurgeryHofheim
Specialist for OrthopaedicsFlörsheim, Hofheim and Hattersheim
Specialist for Orthopaedics and Trauma SurgeryFlörsheim, Hofheim and Hattersheim
Specialist for Orthopaedics and Trauma SurgeryHattersheim and Hofheim