The patients’ complaints were diagnosed by means of
- the clinical examination
- the body language and
- the medical history
This alleviates the work of the therapist. No laborious tests or examinations are necessary. The patient knows where his injury or ailment is and the therapy can begin.
After his observations Typaldos discovered six different distortions of the fascia. He sorted these six distortions according to the body language of the patient. By observing the body language the therapist could then see what type of distortion was responsible.
When it became clear which distortion was responsible then the therapy could begin by using specific hand movements. This can sometimes be unpleasant for the patient. Occasionally the treatment can be supported by small instruments.