Natan Cohen DO



Hanoch Albek 10
Tel: 054-9466020
Booking tel: 054-9466020
Opening days and hours:
Sun-Fri 9:00-17:00

Natan Cohen is a certified osteopath, a graduate of the Israel Institute of Osteopathic Studies at Wingate. He treats in a private clinic in Jerusalem and makes home visits in the area.

Osteopathy is a contact medicine in which the therapist's hands produce the healing and healing process. The diagnosis of the complaint will be made using several tools.
Looking at asymmetry with a diagnosis of posture and its consequences, neurological tests, medical tests to identify red flags that require further clarification.
Orthopedic tests referring to the musculoskeletal system to detect a problem such as a bone fracture, a tear in a muscle or ligament, tests such as X-rays, CT, MRI and blood tests.
Palpation of the problematic tissues and organs A palpation that reveals differences in stiffness, motility and flexibility.

In therapy I will use pressure and stretching in important anatomical places in relation to diagnosis, mobilizations (joint movements) and manipulations (clicks, if necessary) in order to balance the body, heal pain and various functional problems, release rigid and motionless strategic areas, restore normal functioning and stimulate the process of normal functioning. . Based on in-depth knowledge of the human body - anatomy, physiology, biomechanics and pathology.

These are the principles of my treatment: there is a close connection between body structure and how it will function, and vice versa. I will always think about how the problem was created and not just treat the symptom, understanding that one organ in the body is related to another organ and a whole system, this is the main difference in relation to other treatment professions.

Osteopathic treatment is suitable for a variety of problems of all types and from all population groups: infants, children, adolescents, athletes, adults, pregnant women and the elderly.
For an appointment or for any questions feel free to contact me. Natan