The clinic for osteopathic medicine offers diagnosis, consultation, treatment and rehabilitation for acute and chronic musculoskeletal pain. The treatment approach is integrative and focuses on your individual needs. Consultation involves a comprehensive observation of lifestyle factors that include posture, movement, nutrition and sleep quality. Attention is also placed on psychological and emotional aspects that can influence pain perception and the ability to start a rehabilitation process. Treatment plans are formulated by a combination of extensive clinical experience, research in the field of speciality and your goals/expectations.
Specialities and treatments
Diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of pain and orthopaedic disorders in the musculoskeletal system. A form of manual therapy that encourages self-healing.
A western form of needling for the treatment of muscle and joint pain. Needling elicits a therapeutic response that reduces pain and encourages tissue healing.
A type of massage that focuses on muscle pain. Treatment supports healing of injured tissues, improves flexibility and instills relaxation.
Our lifestyle affects many factors that contribute to a good quality of life: body strength, energy levels, mental health, emotional resilience, healthy skin and a relaxed digestive system. Assessing metabolic markers helps us understand how your lifestyle may impact health. Assessment is based on examination of: waist circumference, blood pressure and levels of cholesterol, sugar (glucose) and lipids (triglycerides) in the blood. When these variables are normal our health improves and the likelihood of illness is reduced. If you are interested in cultivating metabolic health you can schedule a consultation. Treatment is customised to your individual needs, supports a wide range of symptoms and includes comprehensive guidance.
Treatment encompasses the complexity of pain and strives for its resolution
I know Yaron Konigsberg as an osteopath from his time working at the Institute of Pain Medicine at Rambam Hospital, Haifa and as a lecturer in the Continuing Education Unit at the Technion. I was impressed by his professionalism and remarkable ability to treat patients effectively and empathetically. Effective pain management requires extensive skills and knowledge. Therefore, it is important to find good, reliable and humane professionals. Yaron fulfills these criteria clearly and has extensive theoretical and practical knowledge in his field of specialisation. I highly recommend his service to patients seeking treatment for acute and chronic pain in the musculoskeletal system.
Professor Elon Eisenberg
Specialist in Neurology and Pain Medicine, Dean of Medicine at the Technion