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Mauricepartin

Ostéopathie ostéopathe dos

France

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Je suis français, passionné par l'information, le développement web, les nouvelles technologies, l'ostéopathie et les sciences médicales, j'apprends l'anatomie humaine car j'aimerais devenir ostéopathe dans quelques années.

En attendant je me forme aux massages et aux techniques qui permettent d'adopter de bonnes postures afin d'éviter les douleurs au dos. Un autre exercice qui permet de décomprimer la colonne vertébrale, vous vous asseyez bien droit avec le dos un peu creusé, les deux poings de chaque côté des hanches, le but va être de se grandir, c’est à dire d’appuyer avec les poings, de baisser les épaules, regard droit et d’essayer de monter vers le haut, dans le but de décomprimer la colonne vertébrale et les disques inter vertébraux.

Dernier exercice pour décomprimer la colonne vertébrale, s’accrocher à une barre en suspension, si vous n’avez pas cela à domicile faite le avec le table. Il faut se laisser tomber, relâcher les genoux fléchi avec les fesses qui tombent vers le bas, tout cela va permettre de décomprimer la colonne.

Bien entendu cet exercice est à proscrire si vous avez des douleurs. Quelques exercices à faire chez soi pour éviter un problème au niveau de la colonne vertébrale.

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