Our osteopath will deliver a comprehensive clinical (classic neurological) and osteopathic diagnosis. And he will determine the leading lesion by combining these sources with osteopathic manual tests, inspection data, and palpation.
Of course, osteopathic diagnosis is self-sufficient and does not require mandatory instrumental confirmation. However, the presence of an additional data source objectively coinciding with the data obtained by hand positively affects the osteopath’s and his patient’s confidence.
It would also increase the diagnosis accuracy. Besides, the presence of changes in the blood, ultrasound data or radiographs is beneficial. It allows making those a starting point for subsequent monitoring of the osteopathic treatment course.