How is KKT as a spinal treatment
New ways of spinal therapy through computer-controlled atlas therapy
The 1st cervical vertebra, better known as the atlas, is one of the most delicate and sensitive areas in the human body. As the “center of the spine”, it is also a central starting point for manual therapy for all spinal diseases and holistic medicine (osteopathy, atlas therapy).
The Khan-Kinetic-Therapy (KKT) is a non-invasive and gentle procedure in which the static balance of the entire spine can be influenced by specific impulses to the atlas. The therapy triggers the body's own self-healing through the position of the vertebral bodies, the reaction in the muscle chains and by influencing the autonomic nervous system. Basically, KKT is not a therapy that simply eliminates various symptoms, but an innovative, sensible and gentle therapeutic approach embedded in an overall concept of holistic therapy.
Khan Kinetic Therapy can help with:
- Headache, neck pain, chronic tension
- Tinnitus, dizziness, migraines
- Scoliosis, static in children
- acute herniated disc, chronic back pain
- Craniomandibular dysfunction
In 2006 we installed the first therapy unit in Europe, and we have been working with the latest device technology since the beginning of 2016.
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