Microkinesi Therapy (or: Micro-Physiotherapy) In 1984 Daniel Grosjean and Patrice Benini, two French physiotherapists and osteopaths, developed the Microkinesi Therapy in close cooperation with embryologists, physicists and biologists as an holistic method of treatment. Since then, Daniel Grosjean continues to develop and refine the method, to capture the human being in his wholeness, trying to help him with a variety of illnesses. Microkinesi Therapy can provide assistance with, among other things, the following physical complaints: acute and chronic pain acute injuries of the locomotor system, e.g. sports injuries chronic ailments of the locomotor system state of exhaustion lack of concentration allergies vegetative disorders such as e.g. racing heart, irritable colon, asthma, burnout syndrom, circulatory disorders, restless-legs-syndrom, sleeping disorders recurring pain such as migraines, rheumatism, menstrual problems after-treatment following surgery and diseases attenuation of the immune system caused by infections, toxins or radiation support during severe illnesses such as cancer, psoriasis, multiple sclerosis, Crohn´s disease The patient is being treated fully clothed. Loose fitting clothing is recommended. Shoes and jewellery should be removed. Usually only two to three treatments in 4 to 6 weeks intervals are required to obtain a significant improvement for the patient. After that, only one or two treatments per year are necessary to keep the body healthy. If even after the third treatment no real improvement can be noticed, it might be that the treatment is not suited for the patient´s disease or that the disease has already progressed to a state where improvement cannot be reached. After the treatment the body is very much engaged with self-healing. Therefore, the patient should rest and avoid heavy physical activity or long drives. During the following two days after the treatment, drinking 1.5 -2 litres of water in addition to the usual consumption is highly recommended to support eliminatory processes. Microkinesi Therapy can support professional medical or psychological treatment but it cannot replace a visit to a doctor or to the next outpatient clinic.i
Microkinesi Therapy
Microkinesi Therapy (or: Micro-Physiotherapy) In 1984 Daniel Grosjean and Patrice Benini, two French physiotherapists and osteopaths, developed the Microkinesi Therapy in close cooperation with embryologists, physicists and biologists as an holistic method of treatment. Since then, Daniel Grosjean continues to develop and refine the method, to capture the human being in his wholeness, trying to help him with a variety of illnesses. Microkinesi Therapy can provide assistance with, among other things, the following physical complaints: acute and chronic pain acute injuries of the locomotor system, e.g. sports injuries chronic ailments of the locomotor system state of exhaustion lack of concentration allergies vegetative disorders such as e.g. racing heart, irritable colon, asthma, burnout syndrom, circulatory disorders, restless-legs-syndrom, sleeping disorders recurring pain such as migraines, rheumatism, menstrual problems after-treatment following surgery and diseases attenuation of the immune system caused by infections, toxins or radiation support during severe illnesses such as cancer, psoriasis, multiple sclerosis, Crohn´s disease The patient is being treated fully clothed. Loose fitting clothing is recommended. Shoes and jewellery should be removed. Usually only two to three treatments in 4 to 6 weeks intervals are required to obtain a significant improvement for the patient. After that, only one or two treatments per year are necessary to keep the body healthy. If even after the third treatment no real improvement can be noticed, it might be that the treatment is not suited for the patient´s disease or that the disease has already progressed to a state where improvement cannot be reached. After the treatment the body is very much engaged with self- healing. Therefore, the patient should rest and avoid heavy physical activity or long drives. During the following two days after the treatment, drinking 1.5 -2 litres of water in addition to the usual consumption is highly recommended to support eliminatory processes. Microkinesi Therapy can support professional medical or psychological treatment but it cannot replace a visit to a doctor or to the next outpatient clinic.i
Microkinesi Therapy