Osteopathy Treats Infections which will promote a good blood supply and free drainage of waste products away from the area in order to assist the body fight infections efficiently.
Tensions and restrictions within the upper ribs will reduce the function of the thymus gland which is responsible for the production of many of the immune cells in a child. Other tensions, particularly within the chest, will potentially reduce venous and lymphatic drainage which is important in allowing an optimally functioning immune system.
Chest infections respond well to osteopathic treatment, particularly persistent coughs and breathlessness that may be left over from an infection, and sometimes misdiagnosed as asthma.
Discovery the benefits of Osteopathy
- What is Osteopathy?
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- Common Complaints
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- Genral Osteopathy FAQs
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