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Osteopathy has existed since the dawn of time.

The Niromathe method finds its origins in India and in Europe. Eugene Renard, a bonesetter from Pas de Calais, in the North of France, learned this method in the Balkans. There, most of the bonesetters worked in the same way: they were “setting back” the nerves, tendons, and ligaments. They “kneaded” lax tissues. They made lymph and the energy pulsate again. What they had in common was the gentleness of their techniques, the superficial mobilization of the skin, and they did not use strong manipulations like “cracking bones”. After 10 minutes, their patients were “miraculously” healed as a result of their methods.

Some of these bonesetters were internationally well-known.
The Niromathe method was created in 1997. The Niromathe method is easy, soft, painless, safe for everybody…from the infant to the elder, quick…10 to 15 minutes, practical, free from risks, and instantly effective.
A large number of osteopathic techniques aim to stimulate trigger points and acupuncture (Ah-Shi points): the techniques of Dicke, Knap, Chapman, Goodheart, Vogler, Moneyron, Bowen, and others. The Niromathe method is unique: it uses traction of the skin while stimulating these points. It is close to Janet Travel’s technique that uses a xylocaine injection on these points with muscle traction.

Everything in Niromathe happens at the level of the skin.
While the Osteopathic Lesion (OL) is forming, cutaneous and subcutaneous points are being “deprogrammed”. This condition can last for years. The restructuring of these points by short, quick, and polarized cutaneous vibrations, leads to the disappearance of these OLs.

This is the Niromathe method:

  • Simple contact with the skin diminishes symptomatology.

  • Superficial and vibratory contact is more efficient.

  • Polarized contact…2 hands on the body…improves results.

  • Precise and localized contact on the key points of the tendons and ligaments, close to the joints, enhances the manipulation.

  • Simultaneous work with the receptive hand clearly improves the manipulation.

Watch the video: What is Niromathe?

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