For whom is it intended?

Orthomanual treatment is suitable for everyone, including newborn babies, the elderly, pregnant women and sports enthusiasts. In the elderly sometimes a bone density study is needed to verify that the bones contain sufficient calcium to undergo the adjustment.

About 80% of the general population will suffer from one of the great variety of vertebral misalignments for certain periods of their life. These misalignments are often due to poor sleeping habits, poor posture, strenuous exercise, injuries, auto accidents, sports, slips or falls, and the birthing process itself.

These disorders include amongst others whiplash, tension headaches, migraine headaches, fatigue, dizziness, depression, neurologic disorders, torticollis, pain in the shoulders and arms, certain types of pain in the chest and abdomen, pain in the hips, knees and legs (sciatica), disc disorders, certain digestive disorders.. The connection between these seemingly unrelated conditions and the spine is that the nerves, which serve all areas of the body, can be irritated directly or indirectly by spinal disorders. Syndromes such as lung and digestive disorders, problems with the menstrual cycle, ADHD, autism, multiple sclerosis, Parkinsonism often benefit from Orthomanual Treatment Even people suffering from arthritis find great relief with Orthomanual Therapy, although complete cures from arthritis are not always possible. Frequently spinal problems start in childhood, often during delivery, years before clinical symptoms appear. Identified early, most of these disorders are reversible, even torticollis, and it is for this reason that spinal examinations for children are imperative.