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Maintaining your balance. Osteopathy is a science, an art and a philosophy of health care, supported by evolving scientific knowledge.
A soft and essentially manual alternative medicine.

Any trauma (stress, accident, birth, illness, etc.) experienced during our existence, brings an imbalance in our body which can be more or less well adapted.
The osteopath, through his in-depth knowledge of the human body (anatomy, biology, neurophysiology), aims to restore this balance.

Through various mobility tests, both at the joint level (vertebral or peripheral) and at the visceral or cranial level, he assesses the state of the various systems of the human body. For this purpose, he uses different types of palpation that will allow him to assess the shape, tension, position and mobility of the structures analyzed.

The osteopathic examination will be followed by an interpretation of the data by evaluating their interrelationships and their impact on the different systems to arrive at the osteopathic intervention and choose the manual techniques adapted to the problem.

Applications of osteopathy:
Musculoskeletal disorders: acute or chronic problems: cervical, dorsal, lumbar and pelvis, sports injuries, low back pain, joint pain, caused by repetitive movements, etc.
Circulatory disorders of the lower limbs and upper limbs (cardiovascular system).

Digestion disorders: flatulence, constipation, gastric acidity, etc.

Gynecological pain and dysfunction (genito-urinary system).

Depressive states, stress, anxiety, sleep disorders, etc. (neurological system).

In prevention: pregnancy and newborn follow-up and as needed when tensions build up.
Duration: 1 hour.