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French physiotherapist Françoise Mézières developed an innovative method to treat body imbalances. She invented postural re-education and was a trailblazer for global therapy methods in Europe. The Mézières Method has continued to develop since then, incorporating the scientific advances of recent years without sacrificing its essence or originality.

Body mechanics hinges on the interplay of the various myofascial chains. Nevertheless, our static posture is determined by many factors, including genetics, psychobehavioural and emotional aspects, trauma, etc. These influences, together with a person's daily habits, cause changes in static posture and imbalances in the myofascial chains, which in turn give rise to dysfunctions and pathologies.

With this in mind, global physiotherapy aims to restore balance to the various myofascial chains through a personalised programme. The Mézièrist physiotherapist treats imbalances by rooting out the primary cause of an injury, correcting and monitoring the various compensatory mechanisms seen over the course of the session.

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