When we think of therapies, we usually envision a clinical environment with doctors and medication. But there are many therapeutic experiences out there. And many illnesses which go undiagnosed, such as broken hearts, soul ache, and job burnout, to name just a few. What can you do to address these troubles?
From today we know very well that animals are our best friends - in every possible way. With the return and willingness to find again the vicissitudes began to develop new ways of treatment with the participation of animals. Today they enjoy great popularity and bring real results not only to the rehabilitation of disabled children, but also those suffering from sensory integration disorders, Down's syndrome or Asperger's syndrome or autism.
We are still looking for better and more effective ways to improve our motor skills and abilities. Fortunately, today there are plenty of ways to do that and they are so diverse that we can very simply tailor them to our individual needs. We also have the opportunity to choose them in such a way that they always produce the best results. One of the most interesting proposals of recent months is the use of Pilates in rehabilitation.
One of the symptoms of this disease, very common in people between the thirties and 50s, is the appearance of edema, but also severe pain, limitation of motion in the joints and rheumatoid nodules. Patients very often also feel morning kind of stiffness in the joints. This insidious disease is one of autoimmune diseases, chronic, divided into periods of exacerbation and remission. Much more women can be found among the sick.
Finding answers to pain
Finding a way to relieve pain and restore your mobility after a variety of operations or serious accidents, and for a variety of illnesses is one of the most important elements of today's modern physiotherapy and rehabilitation. There are still new methods and proposals that use different areas and environments that can be used safely for such purposes. One of the most popular methods used today even in the most severe cases is the method developed by McKenzie.
What is the method?
The definition of sensory integration
Sensory integration is the capability of your brain to receive, process and react to external visual, auditory and tactile stimuli. The brain acquires and develops this ability throughout life, although most intensely in the first few years of a child's life. Disturbances in those processes cause a lot of symptoms in sensory integration disorders.