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Martí Puig · Osteopath

I began my professional career as a manual therapist in 1993. I studied spinal rehabilitation within the chiropractic degree, and am certified in various specialties:


  • Master in chiropractic
  • Specialized techniques in manual therapies
  • Recovery of function
  • Reflexology
  • Lymphatic Drainage
  • Auricular Therapy


Finally, 5 years of osteopathy, which includes all of the knowledge and material to put therapy into practice. I collaborate with sports organization in football, golf, tennis, etc. I work with leisure organizations: campgrounds, hotels, scuba diving centers, etc. I participate actively in Expo-massage.

Currently, I am doing osteopathic research in:


  • Pediatrics
  • Pre-menstrual syndrome
  • Problems in ATM

Currículum Vitae


  • Spinal re-education
  • Chiropractic



  • Lymphatic drainage
  • Sports massage
  • Reflexology



  • Master in Chiropractic
  • Specialized techniques in manual therapies



  • Osteopathy
  • Technical Certificate in Osteopathy (TD)



  • Continuing superior studies in osteopathy
  • Research in applied osteopathic treatments


Personal Statement

Working with the art of manual therapy is not easy, it requires a high degree of intuition and vocation.
A therapist can not claim to be both a manual therapist and a trucker, mechanic or restaurateur…. Our working tools are our hands, clean, smooth, strong, which transmit our energy and intuition (wisdom) to help solve problems in the muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints. I myself was an electrician / mechanic. I knew manual therapies, but

never thought that one day my destiny would change radically.

One day I went to see a man from Peru who did Spinology, and thanks to his help I´ve never again had torticollis (stiff neck). The best was when he told me he wanted to teach Spinologia. My immediate thought was “if he has helped me why can´t I help people?” So this gentleman from Peru became my first teacher.



During my first year of training I combined work with learning Spinology, a technique based on spinal reeducation. That worked up to then, but when the time came I decided to make the best change of my life, to leave everything to be a manual therapist. I made this change 17 years ago, in my youth, and I had a lot to learn and a lot to give, with many studies, helping many people with difficulties, most likely from bad posture, old and recent injuries, tension at work, etc. First as a spinologist, followed by work as a massage therapist, reflexologist, Lymphatic drainage specialist, naturopath (without practicing as such), later as a technical specialist in sports injuries, and finally as an osteopath in its three major branches: structural, visceral and craneo-sacral. A panacea? No!!! But that is the work that I identify with most, where I think I can reach with more maturity.

Finally thanks to all my patients who for all these years have given their vote of confidence to my work.

Martí Puig Perdigó