Osteopathy is a manual therapy based on in-depth scientific knowledge (anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, pathology).
Its goal is to restore harmony in the human body, taking into account that all body parts are inseparable and in constant interaction.
Osteopaths look at people as a whole. They consider their lifestyle habits, their values and their state of mind, as much as their physical pain. Bad posture, repetitive movements, injuries, etc. create muscular and fascial tension, both locally and also elsewhere in the body. Stress and anxiety can also create tensions that affect the body. These dysfunctions impact not only the muscular and skeletal systems, but all other human body systems as well (circulatory, respiratory, digestive, etc.). In the same way, dysfunction in the digestive system can create structural tension, such a back pain. The osteopath's role is to detect malfunctions with precise pressure points and release them with manipulations and mobilizations to restore the body's mobility and proper condition.
Osteopathic treatments are for everyone, whether you're looking to cure or prevent certain conditions. This manual therapy promotes and maintains the patient's health and well-being!