Microkinesitherapy: For whom and how?

Microkinesitherapy: For whom?

Anyone who suffers from a dysfunction (whether of an organ or a bodily function, perceived or not by the patient at the physical or psychological level) can be treated with microkinesitherapy, regardless of age, type of condition, or stage of disease.

Microkinesitherapy: How?

Microkinesitherapy relies on the ability of any living organism to repair itself. Any disruption of an organ or function creates a symptom. The therapist does not act directly on this symptom, but will help the body of the patient to fight against the dysfunction. For this, the micro-physiotherapist follows a protocol of care by performing micropalpations on the body of the patient who is lying on a table while remaining dressed (light clothing). The therapist perceives in his hands certain restrictions and obstructions that will enable them to identify the origin of the dysfunction – its etiology as well as the stages of bodily response that correspond to the symptom, which allows the body to trigger the restorative mechanism (immunology law).

1 - What is Microkinesitherapy?

2 - What is special about Microkinesitherapy?

3 - Microkinesitherapy: The Difference

4 - Finding problems

5 - Treatable illnesses and conditions

6 - The limitations of Microkinesitherapy?

7 - Contraindications

8 - Effectiveness of the technique

9 - The role of gestures

10 - Complementary therapy

11 - Preventive uses

12 - Number of sessions

13 - Skills needed

14 - Additional information