Postural Nat

Main areas of treatment:

  • Complaints of the entire musculoskeletal system
  • Disc problems
  • Acute and chronic joint pain
  • Back pain
  • Foot problems
  • Bad posture
  • Headaches and migraines


Chiropractic, derived from the ancient Greek "CHIRO" for hand and "PRAKTIK" for activity, means "healing with the hands". Chiropractic is a method of diagnosing, treating and preventing disorders of the musculoskeletal system, with an emphasis on the spinal area.

The origins of these manual treatment techniques go back thousands of years and were developed independently under different names in several cultures such as China, Egypt, America and Europe.


The principle of traditional chiropractic treatment lies in the fundamental realisation that the structure and function of the spine has a direct relationship to a person's health via the nervous system.

According to this principle, disturbances in the biomechanics of the spine lead to dysfunctions in the musculoskeletal & nervous system and result in diseases.


The aim of the chiropractor is to restore the correct structure and function of the spine in order to reactivate the self-healing powers of the human body.


Indications for chiropractic treatment are a whole range of pain conditions and dysfunctions, as well as all complaints that have a direct connection to the spine, especially:

  • Cervical, thoracic or lumbar spine syndrome
  • Back pain
  • Head, neck and shoulder pain
  • Hip and pelvic pain
  • Complaints of the arms, legs, hands and feet


However, blockages of the spinal segments do not only lead to immediate symptoms. Since the entire organism is energised via the spinal cord, lesions in the spinal area can also cause dysfunctions in other areas of the body, e.g. the organs.

The areas of application of manual therapy are therefore diverse and a large number of complaints can be influenced by chirotherapeutic treatment of the spine.